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STATEWIDE --House lawmakers are finding ways to help children in need as the demand for foster families in Indiana reaches an all-time high. House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) and House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) announced that Indiana House of...
Terri Stacey contributed to this story NEW ORLEANS, La.-- Lee Harvey Oswald was only posing as a communist and did not kill Pres. John F. Kennedy, says a Hoosier who wrote a book about her affair with Oswald. Judith Vary Baker's 2010 book "Me and Lee", claims that Oswald was a...
INDIANAPOLIS – A man was shot and killed Tuesday night oustide a Family Dollar store on Indy's east side. IMPD says 28-year old Cory Miller was killed while sitting his car outside the store near East 21st Street and Arlington Avenue. The man who shot miller and another suspect...
SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. —Shelbyville Police are warning parents to wait at bus stops with students after a child was approached by a stranger. Shelbyville Central Schools reported the incident on Monday morning to police. It happened in the 1000 block of Highpointe Boulevard...
INDIANAPOLIS – Two people were arrested in connection with a double murder that happened last weekend on Indy’s southeast side. Indianapolis homicide detectives took 24-year-old Marquis Cracraft and 22-year-old Kalee England into custody on the suspicion of murder for their...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The calendar still says 2017, but the 2018 General Assembly is underway. Legislators gathered for their annual ceremonial Organization Day session -- the session will start for real January 3. House Speaker Brian Bosma says legislators' top priorities should be...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Marion County Coroner said Tuesday that Dr. Kevin Rodgers died from multiple gunshot wounds and that his death was a homicide. Rodgers, 61, was found dead in his northwest side home just afer 12 p.m. Monday. Dr. Rodgers was the program director emeritus at...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - It's not a budget year, but legislators may set aside more money for schools in the upcoming session. Several school districts, including two of the state's largest in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, are reporting unexpectedly high enrollment. Since school funding...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A second wave of anti-opioid proposals at the statehouse -- this time focusing on doctors and pharmacies. Indianapolis Senator Jim Merritt says he'll author a bill to require pharmacies to have dropboxes for people to return leftover medication. A second bill...