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  • AG Settles $5.4 Million In Debt Forgiveness For Former ITT Tech Students In Indiana

    Published on in Education, Law, Statewide News

    Hundreds of former Indiana students of the for-profit college ITT Technical Institute will receive $5.4 million in debt forgiveness. It’s part of a multi-state settlement involving 44 attorneys general, that will provide a total of $168 million in debt forgiveness to more than 22,000 former ITT Tech students nationwide. The for-profit college and a student […]

  • S03 E20 – Christina Ramberg – Schizophrenic Discovery – 1977

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    Ramberg’s inspiration for this painting came from corsets, seeing them as uncomfortable packaging that painfully slimmed the female body and pressured women to appear ideally feminine.

  • Former Brownsburg Teacher Joins Religious Policy Group With Federal Lawsuit

    Published on in Community, Education, Law

    An Indiana teacher whose job ended last year after he refused to use transgender students’ preferred pronouns and names is suing his former district. The suit claims he was forced out of his position, and the district violated his freedom of religious expression. John Kluge says his religious beliefs prevent him from using transgender students’ […]

  • Mayor Pete, Community Call for Unity, Transparency in Events Wednesday

    Published on in Community, Government, Law

    South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg held a press conference Wednesday afternoon with the President of the local NAACP and other city leaders including city council members and the police chief. He talked about what’s next for South Bend and about keeping the investigation as transparent as possible. Early Sunday morning Sergeant Ryan O’Neill of the […]

  • South Bend Abortion Clinic Will Start Seeing Patients Next Week

    Published on in Government, Health, Law, Statewide News

    An abortion clinic in South Bend will open next week without a state license, following an injunction by a federal judge in a lengthy federal court battle that will still go to trial next year. Without the license, the Whole Woman’s Health Alliance clinic is still operating under the same oversight as other medical facilities. […]

  • Witness Claims Activist Encouraged Fair Oaks Workers To Abuse Animals

    Published on in Agriculture, Business, Crime, Statewide News

    A witness says an undercover activist at Fair Oaks Farms told farm workers to abuse animals in order to get footage for his investigation. That’s what the Newton County prosecutor overseeing the case told multiple media outlets. An official with the activist organization Animal Recovery Mission (ARM) calls the claim “laughable” and “absurd.” ARM founder […]

  • Indiana Nurse Practitioners Join Opioid Treatment Force

    Published on in Government, Health, Statewide News

    Thousands of nurse practitioners are in Indianapolis this week for an annual conference, and some will receive training to help treat people with opioid addiction. The SUPPORT act, signed into federal law last year, extended authorization for nurse practitioners to prescribe medication-assisted treatment, or MAT, for opioid addiction. Joyce Knestrick is president of the American […]

  • ‘They Want Riots’ Says Family Spokesperson As Outrage Continues In South Bend

    Published on in Community, Government, Law

    Family and community members continue to question the official version of events on the fatal police shooting of Eric Logan early Sunday morning. Many are frustrated that Sgt. Ryan O’Neill’s body and dashboard camera were not turned on. City council members, family, and other community leaders held a public discussion at a local radio station […]

  • Rule To Include Drugs Prices In Ads Challenged

    Published on in Business, Health, Law, Statewide News

    Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly is challenging a new federal rule that would require drug companies to include prices in TV ads. Reducing high drug prices is one of President Donald Trump’s priorities, and the move for more transparency through advertising was announced last year. The lawsuit comes before the rule is set to take effect in […]

  • May 2019 Voter Turnout Barely Improves Over Last Municipal Primaries

    Published on in Community, Government, Politics, Statewide News

    Just 13 percent of eligible, registered Hoosier voters cast a ballot in May’s municipal primaries. That’s barely an improvement over the last municipal primary elections in 2015. The numbers don’t include 23 counties that didn’t have primary elections this year. Voter turnout in primaries is typically low – only one in five Hoosiers cast a […]

  • State Lawmaker, Legislative Staffers Sue Attorney General Curtis Hill and State

    Published on in Government, Law, Politics, Statewide News

    Four women who say Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill groped them last year are suing Hill and the state in federal court. Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon (D-Munster), Gabrielle McLemore, Niki DaSilva and Samantha Lozano say Curtis Hill touched them inappropriately at a 2018 post-legislative session party. Hill denies those allegations. But the lawsuit goes far […]

  • Want To Prevent Gun Violence? Some States Turn To ‘Red Flag’ Laws

    Published on in Crime, Government, Law

    Earlier this year, police dispatchers in Evansville, Indiana, received a chilling call. A man said he was holding his wife at knifepoint, and he warned police that he was heavily armed. “I’ve spent the last two days arming my residence against forced police entry, and I’m armed to the teeth,” he told dispatchers over the […]

  • Despite Official Details, Questions Remain in South Bend Shooting

    Published on in Family Issues, Government, Law, Local News

    Community members at a vigil in South Bend Monday night are looking for answers following the shooting death of 53-year-old Eric Logan by a police officer early Sunday morning. (Officials have two conflicting birth dates for Logan. 1964 or 1965.) Logan, who is black, was shot in the parking lot of Central High Apartments on […]

  • Report: Indiana Improved Kids Health Ranking

    Published on in Community, Family Issues, Statewide News

    The well-being of Hoosier children ranks in the middle of the pack, according to the Kids Count Data Book. The annual report finds Indiana in the 29th spot overall, a slight decline from last year.  The data measures trends in well-being, including health, economics and family and community. In the health category, Indiana’s ranking improved five […]

  • The State’s Largest Teachers Union Is Getting A New President This Summer

    Published on in Education, Politics, Statewide News

    Leadership at the state’s largest teachers union is changing this summer, and the incoming president says he plans to focus more on local schools’ needs. Keith Gambill has been the Indiana State Teachers Association vice president for six years, and later this summer he’ll become president after members elected him to the position this spring. […]

  • Curtis Hill Accusers Set For Press Conference On Civil Suit

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    Another chapter is about to unfold in the ongoing controversy surrounding Attorney General Curtis Hill and his alleged groping last year of four women. Hill’s four accusers, Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon (D-Munster) and three legislative staffers, will hold a press conference Tuesday. Reardon and the staffers – Niki DaSilva, Gabrielle McLemore and Samantha Lozano – […]

  • Indiananapolis Plant Will Turn Landfill Gas Into Fuel For Long-Haul Trucks

    Published on in Environment, Statewide News

    Kinetrex Energy will capture methane from the South Side Landfill and liquefy it into a fuel for shipping companies like UPS. Methane is one of the fastest growing greenhouse gas emissions that contributes to climate change. Kinetrex President & CEO Aaron Johnson says this will be the first renewable natural gas plant for the company, […]

  • Tornadoes Damage About 30 Homes In Monroe County, Hundreds Without Power

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    National Weather Service officials are surveying the damage from Saturday’s severe weather. They believe tornadoes may have touched down near Ellettsville, Freedom, Ridgeport, and Beech Grove near Indianapolis. Monroe County Emergency Management is reporting about 30 homes are damaged in the county, but so far no injuries have been reported. Ellettsville resident Sue Stolz says […]

  • South Bend Police Shooting Sparks Investigation

    Published on in Crime, Government, Statewide News

    A community vigil will be held Monday night in South Bend for a black man fatally shot by a South Bend police officer this weekend. As Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Justin Hicks reports, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg abruptly returned from the presidential campaign trail to announce an independent investigation into what happened. According to the […]

  • US Rep. Susan Brooks Will Not Seek Re-Election

    Published on in Government, Local News, Politics

    Republican U.S. Representative Susan Brooks will not seek a fifth term in Congress next year. Brooks announced Friday she will retire to spend more time with her family. In a statement, she says it was also time for “new talent” in the 5th District that covers the Indianapolis suburbs like Carmel, and the rural area […]