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The clock is winding down on the mayor's plan to fund high-quality pre-K programs for low-income children.The mayor is proposing to eliminate the local homestead tax credit, but that's not sitting well with some. More>>
A new form of transit in Central Indiana is getting some gas. More>>
The rain is out but the cool air stays with us today. Temperatures are chilly this morning and because of a north wind, the high will only reach 66 today. More>>
Beyond the Trent Richardson fumble and an "epic" no-call on the game-changing interception, Bob Kravitz says the Colts' 30-27 loss to Philadelphia falls on Chuck Pagano and Pep Hamilton.
The Indianapolis Colts are hosting the Philadelphia Eagles in a Monday Night Football matchup at Lucas Oil Stadium. More>>
There were overnight developments on Capitol Hill as lawmakers gear up to vote on part of the President's plan to fight ISIS. More>>
State officials say the number of workplace deaths in Indiana was up in 2013, but it was still the third-lowest number of fatalities recorded in the past 22 years. More>>
The U.S. Department of Labor is giving the state of Indiana $1.5 million as part of an effort to improve unemployment insurance programs around the nation. More>>
An Indianapolis native is testifying at a Senate Hearing today. More>>
A huge explosion went off in the heart of the Afghan capital this morning, killing at least three international service members and injuring five. More>>
A multi-million dollar development in Greenwood is delayed and in danger of not happening after all. More>>
There's a new push at Purdue University to protect students from a school shooter. The university has developed a program to help police when every second counts. More>>
The Obama administration is preparing to assign 3,000 U.S. military personnel to West Africa to combat the Ebola crisis that has overwhelmed local health care systems and drawn appeals for help from the region and aid organizations. More>>