ISTEP Consultants Say More Revisions Needed
The consultants that examined Indiana's new ISTEP test say improved communication between education leaders, more employees, and establis...
Springleaf buying OneMain
Evansville-based Springleaf Holdings wants to purchase Citigroup's OneMain Financial for $4.25 billion. Springleaf says it plans to conso...
Taylor Swift Says She Posted Bikini Shot to Foil Paparazzi
Remember last month when Taylor Swift surprised everyone by posting a photo of herself wearing a bikini that exposed her belly...
Sam Smith Announces Second North American Tour of 2015
Sam Smith might be coming to an arena near you this summer. The four-time Grammy winner just announced his second North American tou...
Ella Henderson Says Breakout Hit "Ghost" Broke Her Writer's Block
Ella Henderson says her breakout hit "Ghost," which she co-wrote with Ryan Tedder , is about being tormented by something that upse...
"American Idol" Recap: The Top Eight Girls Perform
Thursday’s edition of American Idol featured host Ryan Seacrest revealing which eight girls would get the chance to sing ...
Jury Begins Deliberations in "Blurred Lines" Trial
The jury in the "Blurred Lines" trial began deliberations in a Los Angeles court on Thursday afternoon. Eight people sit on the jury...
Rihanna Previews New Song, "Higher"
Rihanna has teased a new song called "Higher," presumably lifted from her upcoming album. The singer took to Instagram to po...
Eminem Releases "Not Afraid" Documentary to Celebrate 15th Anniversay of Shady Records
Eminem is taking a walk down memory lane. To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Shady Records, the rapper has partnered with&nb...
Class Action Suit Against Indiana BMV Goes To Mediation
A class-action lawsuit that alleges over charging by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will be headed to mediation. The BMV allegedly...
S.B. 101: Protecting Religious Liberties Or License To Discriminate?
State lawmakers return to Indianapolis on Monday, and the House soon could vote on a controversial bill involving gender and religious ri...
Businesses Step Up to Fight Childhood Obesity
- Accessing nutritious foods is a challenge for many families, and some experts say the problem contributes to the obesity epidemic. But ...
Indiana Lawmakers Work To Ban "Micro-Beads"
The Indiana legislature is getting closer to saving us from tiny beads. The tiny microbeads that environmentalists say are polluting wat...
BMV Says Over 4,000 Scooters Now Registered In Indiana
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles says that more than 4,100 people have registered their motorized scooters so far this year. A new I...
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