Author: Katie Heinz

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A new tax plan proposal by the U.S. House could cause more college students to seek financial help. [Read More]
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Two underperforming IPS schools could transform into Innovation Network Schools to prevent a state takeover. ... [Read More]
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Thousands of Indianapolis streetlights will soon be equipped with new LED technology to help brighten neighborhoods. [Read More]
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A historic park on Indy's west side could get a major makeover in the coming years. [Read More]
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The number of people in the U.S. choosing to go without health insurance, mainly due to rising costs, is expect to rise in 2018. [Read More]
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Small business owners are finding limited and more expensive health care premiums for 2018 than in previous years. [Read More]
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Open enrollment for healthcare begins November 1 and runs through December 15 this year - a much shorter time than years past. ... [Read More]
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As thousands of Hoosiers in need of health insurance learn the enrollment period has been shortened, they're also becoming aware of fewer resources available to... [Read More]
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As Hoosiers begin to preview health care plans covered under the Affordable Care Act, they're finding fewer providers and higher costs. [Read More]
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The Broad Ripple Bark Park won a $15,000 grant from the Beneful last November and members of the park thought it would go to make... [Read More]
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Republican State Senator Mike Delph says he plans to introduce legislation to prevent tolling on I-465. [Read More]
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Changes are being made to increase student safety at Arsenal Tech High School in Indianapolis following reports of fights on campus. [Read More]
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An Indianapolis mother says she is pulling her daughter out of class and pursuing legal action after a fight at Arsenal Tech High school that... [Read More]
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An Indianapolis teacher was caught on camera swearing at students Tuesday morning, and a mother is calling for IPS to suspend the educator. [Read More]
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After seven years of waiting, a Lawrence teen is preparing to receive a life-saving bone marrow transplant. Darrell Collins has severe aplastic anemia. The rare disease affects his... [Read More]
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Neighbors in Carmel are concerned about the impact a new transmission line will have on their community. [Read More]
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As Hoosiers continue to battle drug overdoses, IU announced Tuesday it will invest $50 million to combat addiction. [Read More]
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Carmel Clay Schools' superintendent was fired Monday for alleged misconduct. [Read More]
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Premiums in the health insurance marketplace, for those covered under the Affordable Care Act, are expected to rise at least 20 percent in 2018. ... [Read More]
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After the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, an Indiana state representative said he's "essentially given up" on trying to push legislation to stop... [Read More]
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