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An unidentified man is dead after a shooting on the city's northeast side Thursday evening. Officers were called around 6:30 to the 10100 block of Ellis Drive, near East 42nd Street and Mitthoeffer Road, on a report of several shots fired. Officers found a 29-year-old man...
Jessie Rodarmel (photo courtesy Greenwood Police Department) Greenwood Police arrested a man Thursday on child molestation charges. Police say Jessie Rodarmel, 24, allegedly molested two girls, ages 10 and 12, in June 2014. The victims told investigators that Rodarmel made them...
Will Power looks to defend his 2014 championship in the 17-race season in 2015 (photo courtesy INDYCAR) INDYCAR announced its 2015 schedule for the Verizon IndyCar Series Thursday. The 2015 schedule has many changes from the 2014 schedule. Mark Miles, CEO of Hulman & Company...
The Indianapolis Department of Public Safety is taking a hard look at vacant properties. DPS has just launched its first, so-called, "focus area team meeting" on the issue. DPS Director Troy Riggs says it's all about addressing the issue of thousands of abandoned properties in...
A legislative study committee has recommended allowing live dealers to replace video gaming at Indiana's two racetrack casinos, and letting riverboat casinos move inland for the first time. The panel voted unanimously to end a requirement that all casinos except the racetracks...
Shawn Seymour (photo courtesy Bloomington Police Department) Bloomington Police arrested two teenagers Thursday for the armed robbery of a Circle K gas station early Thursday morning. Investigators received a tip around 4:30 a.m. about someone who may have been suffering from a...
Bartholomew County Democratic Party officials are exploring legal action in regards to a race in Elizabethtown. Party Chair Priscilla Scalf takes issue with the election for Elizabethtown Town Council where Republican Paul Humes, who has at least two felony convictions, is...
The State Supreme Court will decide whether the state owes any money to IBM or vice versa for the failed deal to modernize the state's welfare system. Justices heard oral arguments Wednesday as Indiana tried to get out of paying almost $50 million that's owed to IBM according to...
Some Indianapolis pre-schoolers helped set a Guinness World Record at the Children's Museum Thursday. 250 local kids took part in a nationwide vocabulary lesson that included 4,000 children in 37 cities and 15 states. They were all part of the world's "largest vocabulary lesson...