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DELPHI, Ind. --Let the police work and leave people be: that's the message to Carroll County residents from county prosecutor Robert Ives. Ives posted on Facebook Sunday afternoon, asking people not to "harass, bother or accuse anyone" as police investigate the deaths of Delphi...
INDIANAPOLIS --Indiana could reopen the door to prayer in school. A House committee votes Tuesday on Indianapolis Democrat John Bartlett's bill guaranteeing students' right to pray in school if they want. Bartlett says Indiana would be the fourth state with a law allowing...
MARYLAND--Think a new smart phone is expensive? The price tag on a new iphone will look like a bargain when you hear how much one American just spent on a phone owned by Adolf Hitler. A mystery bidder bought Hitler's fire-engine red rotary telephone on Sunday for $243,000. The...
INDIANAPOLIS--"Jane Roe" died this weekend at 69. Norma McCorvey was her real name and she spent time on both sides of the abortion issue. her work has had an effect right here in Indiana. "She talked about how she was used in that famous court case. She spent the rest of her...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Darker areas of the city are known to have an increase in crime, according to Indianapolis police, but who is in charge of keeping those areas lit? Out of more than 29,000 street lights in 2016, about 8,100 were reported broken in and around Indianapolis...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A Columbus East High School student was killed in a vehicle accident Saturday night, according to the Columbus Police Department. Officers said they found 15-year-old Abbott Garn exiting a stopped vehicle in the 2500 block of Franklin Street around 9:30 p.m. A...
The following schools are canceled or delayed for Monday, Feb. 20, 2017: A-F Bartholomew Consol. Schools - Bartholomew Delayed 2 hours Benton Comm Sch Corp - Benton Delayed 2 hours Blackford County Schools - Blackford Delayed 2 hours Eastbrook Comm. Schools - Grant Delayed 2...
A proposed casino for Terre Haute is dead for the year, but future gambling bills might face a less hostile audience from the governor's office than in years past. Indiana legalized riverboat casinos over Governor Evan Bayh's veto, and every governor elected since has declared...
Photos: Courtesy of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – You may know that Benjamin Harrison was once President of the United States, but you may not have known that he lived most of his life in Indiana and worked as a lawyer and court reporter in...