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Hackers Access City’s 911 Communication System

Posted On January 21, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- A cyber attack on the city's 911 communication system is under investigation by the FBI and Homeland Security. Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says last month, hackers accessed the system that dispatches all police, fire and EMS vehicles in Indianapolis. Riggs says the system was slowed down, but vehicles were still dispatched…

Sources: 11 Of 12 Patriots’ Footballs Under-Inflated

Posted On January 21, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- "ESPN" is reporting that nearly all of the New England Patriots' footballs for last Sunday's AFC Championship Game were under-inflated. They say, according to sources, eleven of the allotted 12 were off by two-pounds of air. Game balls are required to be inflated between 12-and-a-half and 13-and-a-half pounds per square inch, and…

Indy Muslims Denounce Islamic Terrorists

Posted On January 21, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- The Muslim community in Indianapolis is planning to hold a rally against Islamic terrorism. The president of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana is calling the event "Not In My Name" and the event is open to all faiths. The demonstration takes place at IUPUI's Democracy Plaza today at 4:30 p.m.

Indy Republicans Rebuke Obama’s Speech

Posted On January 21, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- Two Indiana Republicans are chastising President Obama's State of the Union speech. Senator Dan Coats said the election last November rejected the president's policies, yet he does not seem to get the message. Representative Marlin Stutzman said Americans don't want bigger government with bigger taxes and more laws. They seek conservative solutions…

IPS Holds Restructuring Meeting

Posted On January 21, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- The largest public school district in Indianapolis is proposing changes. A meeting last night presented restructuring plans suggested by the IPS superintendent. The district hopes to move forward with a model for two high schools and four middle schools by the summer of 2016.