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The IRS will begin accepting personal tax returns this week, which means if you haven't found someone to do your taxes yet, you should start looking. Knowing whom to trust isn't always easy, and a federal court ruling this month isn't helping. The IRS...
The School Board could have walked away with dignity and a reputation for fair dealing after the threat of a lawsuit to force the district to let a student form a gay-straight club at a Leesburg school. But, no. Leave it to the board to postpone the...
Exclusive: Attorneys question possible deletion of key evidence related to 2010 Carmel teen hazing caseNew information has surfaced concerning the 2010 hazing case involving former members of the Carmel Clay High School basketball team. Attorneys representing the alleged victim are accusing the school district of destroying key evidence as they pursue a...
A deposition given by the former chief of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department blames ex-public safety director Frank Straub for the demotions of three top commanders in the David Bisard case in an attempt to improve Straub’s public...
So a dolphin bit a little girl at SeaWorld. You know what's surprising about this? Nothing. Except that it doesn't happen more often. When you mix people and animals — especially animals that don't naturally consort with people —...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Jeff Goldblum, Ethics, Trials, Values
An initial response to Ed Reed's one-game suspension this week was a shrug. It didn't really matter, anyway. His Baltimore Ravens are playing the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. It got sillier as other reactions poured in. Baltimore Sun columnist Mike...
Elizabeth and Dan Schoenauer finally are finished with Bethlehem contractor John Reichenbach, four years after they complained about him not finishing the work they paid him to do. Reichenbach has agreed to reimburse the Bethlehem Township couple $4,...
I need to take a moment to tell you about Brad Marvel, a trained, certified, proud and professional automobile mechanic. I think I should add the he's sincere and earnest, and emphasize that he's a human being — a person, not a corporation. I had a...
The first lawsuit out of Indiana regarding the deadly meningitis outbreak spreading across the country was filed Friday morning, Fox59 News has exclusively learned. The victim, Natalie Copass, of Columbus in Bartholomew County, is suing the New England...
Article Highlights - Attorneys representing victims will release 1,247 Boy Scouts files on "ineligible volunteers" - The Oregon Supreme Court in June OK'd the release of more than 20,000 pages - The files will show the names of Scoutmasters banned...
Dear Liz: We have $130,000 invested in mutual funds, but the returns the last few years have been less than 4%. With the financial advisor taking 2% as a fee annually, we are not satisfied with the growth. A co-worker suggested buying blue-chip stocks...
The family of a Rushville teen attacked at school plans to file a lawsuit against the district. Surveillance video at Benjamin Rush Middle School taken on September 17th, showed a 15-year-old student beating 13-year-old Austin McDaniel as other...
Tags: Trials, Teaching and Learning, Students
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