FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Utility crews are restoring power to about 30,000 homes and businesses from Gary across to Fort Wayne. A winter storm has dropped about six inches of fresh snow in some parts of northern Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A longtime Bloomington city official is facing corruption charges. Federal prosecutors say former projects manager Justin Wykoff received thousands of dollars in kickbacks for signing false invoices from a concrete company, often for work that was never done. Wykoff and two other men have been arrested.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Officials say a new anti-crime initiative in Indianapolis will focus on "black-on-black violence." Mayor Greg Ballard and other leaders say they will try to beef up social services and seek tougher penalties for gun crimes. There have already been more than 25 killings in Indianapolis this year.
ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) - Leaders of an effort to save the Wigwam in Anderson have a little more time. The school board is holding off demolition plans while the group seeks investors for converting the 9,000-seat gymnasium into a sports and entertainment complex. If the gym's ownership isn't transferred by July, the school board could move to tear it down.
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