INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - They're trying to solve problems most of us couldn't imagine in our worst nightmares.
A train wreck, a winter storm, traffic jams and a bombing at Conseco Fieldhouse, all as Indianapolis prepares to host the Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The scenario is part of a drill at IUPUI.
Students and emergency professionals worked together Friday to plan how to keep Indianapolis safe during a terror attack.
"If you end up being a leader nationally, this changes the way you think about who you need to coordinate with and what you need to do to get through those situations," said IU law student Larry Allen
Staged media briefings kept the acting elected officials under fire, and professors continuously challenged the decisions future leaders worked to make.
"This exercise is important because if you look at 9/11 you can see how we essentially threw the law out the window and we are training future leaders to keep the law in perspective as we make decisions," said IU Professor Shawn Boyne.
Indiana agribusiness executive Ted McKinney will be the new director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
A new study says recycling is not only good for the environment, but it could also help more Hoosiers find jobs.
Four-month-old Charlie eagerly greeted his family at Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control (FWACC) Wednesday afternoon after apparently being taken in a burglary earlier in the week.