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Former Gov. Mitch Daniels makes $769K as Purdue President

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University President Mitch Daniels’ salary recently topped $769,000 a year. The Lafayette Journal & Courier reports a portion of the former Indiana governor’s pay was based on… Read more »

Carmel schools superintendent placed on administrative leave

CARMEL, Ind. (WTHR) – The superintendent of Carmel Clay Schools has been placed on paid administrative leave, the district announced Monday night. Superintendent Dr. Nicholas Wahl was not in attendance… Read more »

Racial slur found at Grace College dorm prompts hate crime probe

WINONA LAKE, Ind. — A Christian college in northern Indiana says a racial slur found written outside a student’s dorm room is being investigated as a hate crime. Grace College… Read more »

Indiana University president, state leaders announce $50 million initiative to help stop opioid crisis

INDIANAPOLIS — In response to the nation’s growing opioid crisis, Indiana University will invest $50 million to collaborate with community partners to prevent and reduce addictions. IU President Michael McRobbie… Read more »

IPS serves free meals to children during fall break

INDIANAPOLIS – Although thousands of IPS students are on fall break, the district continues to feed children in need of meals. Children in Indianapolis, whether an IPS student or not,… Read more »

Southport High School mourning after teacher passes away in accident

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Southport community is remembering a high school teacher who passed away on Friday. Megan Woodward died after an accident Thursday on school grounds. She was very… Read more »

Howard University Protesters Interrupt James Comey Convocation Speech

Howard University student activists interrupted James Comey’s keynote convocation speech there late Friday morning, with protesters alternating between various chants of resistance such as “we shall not be moved” and “Black… Read more »

IPS to offer free meals during fall break

INDIANAPOLIS  — Indianapolis Public Schools’ foodservice staff will continue to provide free breakfast and lunch at sites around the district from October 2 to October 13. There will be nearly… Read more »

Hundreds of teachers will have to reapply for jobs at 4 remaining IPS high schools

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Now that Indianapolis Public Schools is closing three high schools, officials say hundreds of teachers will have to reapply for their jobs. The IPS school board voted Monday… Read more »

Blighted homes to become Near Eastside teachers village

INDIANAPOLIS — As early as April, 20 vacant, boarded-up houses on the Near Eastside could be the home of Indianapolis’ first teachers village. The project, the result of 18 months… Read more »