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A not guilty plea entered this afternoon for an Indianapolis man charged with murder in the disappearance of his infant daughter. Jeffrey Fairbanks is charged with Murder and Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death and he is in police custody. This follows the disappearance of...
Democratic Mayoral Candidate Joe Hogsett unveiled his education plan today. Speaking at a Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis luncheon, Hogsett laid out what he calls his, "Indianapolis Way" plan. The program calls for free or reduced price, city owned housing properties for new...
Michael Morris, the man accused of stabbing his wife and hitting multiple people with an SUV on Wednesday, has died while in police custody, RTV6 has learned. Morris died sometime Thursday night. A source tells RTV6 he hanged himself using a shoelace. On Wednesday, Morris...
Indianapolis is welcoming a new public art and literacy project. City and civic leaders launched "The Public Collection" on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis Thursday. The project features eight artist bookshare installations - in locations that include Monument Circle,...
A top Marion County Republican says Democrat Joe Hogsett's fundraising and television time don't mean he's actually ahead in the race for Mayor of Indianapolis. Marion County Republican Party Chair Kyle Walker says while Hogsett has been on television for some time, "there's a...
A controversial Bureau of Motor Vehicles license plate case is now in the hands of the Indiana Supreme Court. The state's high court is now mulling over BMV vs. Rodney Vawter. ACLU of Indiana Legal Director Ken Falk says at issue is the BMV's standards of assessing personalized...
Indiana's ban on selfies of your election ballot has been challenged in federal court. The ACLU of Indiana sued on behalf of its members, claiming Indiana's blanket ban on taking any picture of the ballot you cast violates First Amendment free speech rights. The ACLU's legal...
The growing use of body cameras to record police activity is creating new legal questions of how much of that video should be released to the public. Indiana public access counselor Luke Britt says police now have discretion whether to release video footage. Hoosier State Press...
A driver believed to responsible for hitting a number of pedestrians at multiple locations in downtown Indianapolis Wednesday morning is now is police custody. Guns were drawn in a dramatic scene on the northwest side near Cold Spring Road and LaFayette where police found a...