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NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- Fifteen people convicted in a years long fraud scheme got there sentences this morning in New Albany. All were found guilty of multiple charges ranging from fraud to money laundering. It all started in 2007 when David Rose founded Earth Energy Exploration,...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - It's been six years since Indianapolis replaced its old coin-operated parking meters with new electronic ones. Now 20 of the old meters are back on the street downtown -- this time, to help the homeless. The meters have been painted blue, and retrofitted to...
HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. -- A handful of Hoosier hunters paid a Brownsburg man to do their taxidermy work, but the only things getting stuffed were the man's pockets. Indiana Conservation Officers say Kevin McGrotty, owner of Brownsburg Taxidermy, fleeced 16 clients out of more...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - All court filings in Indiana may be done electronically by the end of next year. The Indiana Supreme Court says it expects to complete the long transition to e-filing no later than 2019. Justice Steve David says eliminating hundreds of millions of paper copies...
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Former Indiana Pacers player Chuck Person is one of four NCAA coaches facing federal corruption and fraud charges. New York souther district U.S Attorney Joon Kim, along with the FBI, says along with Person, the other coaches accused include Lamont Evans of...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis company will lay off a majority of its workers Tuesday. Rexnord Bearings announced last year they will be moving production to Texas and Mexico. Sixty-five of 75 production workers will be laid off Tuesday. The remaining 10 will stay until the...
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. -- 'Not guilty' is the plea of a southern Indiana woman whose two kids were killed when her SUV collided with a freight train on State Road 160 in Clark County. Erica Fouch faces two counts of neglect of a dependent resulting in death for the crash that...
MUNCIE, Ind. --When Shannon Turner, of Muncie, saw some Colts players taking a knee during the national anthem Sunday, he'd had enough. He made a Facebook live video where he burned several expensive Colts jerseys. “No more Colts – I’m done. Here are my jerseys, there is a...
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. --A man who was known as the "Amgel of Death" for killing six people while he worked as a nurse at Vermillion County Hospital, has died in prison. Orville Lynn Majors, of Linton, was serving a 360-year prison term for injecting people with drugs that killed...