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WASHINGTON, D.C. --The Senate health care bill could shut down Indiana's HIP 2.0, said Sen. Joe Donnelly. That's one reason Donnelly says he opposes it, and so does AARP Indiana. Donnelly said in a town hall Q&A with AARP Wednesday that he hopes for another stab at working...
Even if the Indianapolis Public Schools can't afford to operate Broad Ripple High School any more, the Broad Ripple Village Association says it should still be a school. The century-old school is one of three high schools ticketed for closure as I-P-S struggles with growing red...
RTV6 contributed to this story INDIANAPOLIS -- Credit card skimmers and other tools to help steal your personal data were found in a car that Hancock County deputies pulled over last Thursday on I-70. Three people from Romania were arrested. Why they were pulled over Deputies...
The White River is going to get a new look -- though the details of that look won't be determined till about this time next year. The city of Indianapolis and Hamilton County Tourism have invited consultants to apply for the job of developing a master plan for the river, from...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The fastest bird in the world is thriving here in the Hoosier state. The Department of Natural Resources says the state's breeding population of peregrine falcons remains productive. This spring, they came across, and placed identification bands on, 40 chicks;...
(Chris Davis and Abdul Hakim-Shabazz contributed to this report.) INDIANAPOLIS --Indianapolis Public Schools has decided to close Broad Ripple , Arlington and Northwest high schools at the start of the 2018-2019 school year. The decision is designed to address a declining high...
MUNCIE, Ind. – A Muncie man whose bestiality conviction was overturned by a state appeals court, has been reinstated by the Indiana Supreme Court. The state’s top court decided Tuesday 5-0 that the original conviction against Andy Allen Shinnock, 36, should stand. Shinnock was...
FISHERS, Ind. -- The City of Fishers wants to spend $6 million on improvements to its Nickel Plate amphitheater. Although the facility was built only five years ago, improvements to the stage and the "Central Green" lawn seating area are already needed because its concerts are...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Fourth of July holiday is a time to celebrate the nation with food, friends and fireworks, but unfortunately the fun sometimes ends with a trip to the emergency room. Doctors at St. Vincent Level One Trauma Center said the number of injuries around this time...