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INDIANAPOLIS -- A serial rapist will spend 75 years in prison. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says Jacquese Chaney has been convicted and sentenced for raping three women and robbing them in November 2015. During his trial two years later, Chaney was found guilty of 20...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb is nearing the end of his first full year in office planning to pick up in 2018 where he left off this year: Holcomb is the first governor since Joe Kernan left office in 2005 to have worked in state government before rising to the top job. He...
STATE WIDE --If you know someone who loves the outdoors and you haven't gotten them a gift yet you may want to think about something they can use while they're out in the woods, or on the water. Brent Wheat, author on the website WildIndiana.com , and a guest on Indiana Outdoors...
INDIANAPOLIS --Medical bills, student loans and rent can add up. But, you can't take the money from work to pay for it. Heather Kirby, who worked for Mobile Drill, LLC, admitted in court she wrote checks from the company for over $450,000 to herself, over two years to pay for...
GRIFFITH, Ind. — A Greek restaurant in Lake County remains closed nearly a month after a customer got an unexpected and illegal surprise in her dinner. Griffith police say a woman found a baggie of cocaine in her carry-out order from Broad Street Gyros Nov. 21. After finding the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A $142 million renovation of Riley Children’s Health will bring all IU Health's downtown pregnancy-related services under one roof. Right now, IU's ob/gyn specialists see patients at University Hospital,. while deliveries take place at Methodist, and Methodist...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The number of Indiana cities and counties that are planning to sue drug companies and distributors for the opioid crisis is growing. According to the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel , the Allen County Commissioners are expecting to move forward with a planned lawsuit...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Thousands of families relying on a small amount of cash to buy a Christmas toy and food to make a holiday meal will not be getting that help this year after the United Way announced it will only be able to serve half the people it was expecting to. The...
INDIANAPOLIS --It was a unanimous vote Thursday night in favor of putting a $1 billion plan for Indianapolis Public Schools. All the vote by the IPS Board of Commissioners did was put those spending plans on the ballot for the 2018 primary election in May. Here is how the...