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Andrew Carie (photo courtesy Bloomington Police Department) The Bloomington Police Department arrested a man early Wednesday morning for assaulting a woman in a home invasion. Officers were called around 3:00 a.m. to a home in the 1200 block of West 7th Street on a report of an...
The first suspect to go on trial for the bombing of a home that killed a couple next door will be tried in South Bend rather than Indianapolis. Marion Superior Court Judge Sheila Carlisle ordered the trial of Mark Leonard to be moved to St. Joseph County due to heavy publicity...
A former Greenwood Community High School golf coach and teacher will plead guilty to having sex with a 17-year-old student. 37-year-old Timothy Guilfoy has agreed to a deal to plead guilty to two felony charges of child seduction, according to the Marion County Prosecutors...
Indiana's high school students scored higher on the ACT this year than last year, and the state's students are above the national ACT average. But the makers of the exam say fewer than one-third of high school graduates who took the exam might be ready for all of their college...
Indianapolis is assessing options for an estimated $7 million in maintenance on historic Union Station. The city expects to seek bids in a few months for an estimated $1.5 million repair to the train station's south wall, where support brackets have been weakened by water damage...
More and more people are moving downtown in cities across Indiana. In fact, many cities nationwide are seeing sharp rises in residential living with folks snapping up newly-built condos. But are condos the best option for everyone? Condo expert Dan Barnabic says that depends on...
(file photo courtesy Victory Field) The Indianapolis Indians turn back the clock Friday for their third annual tribute to one of Indy's old Negro League teams. The Indians will wear throwback jerseys of the Indianapolis Clowns, the team which gave Hank Aaron his first...
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages legally performed in other states. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Young ruled that it is unconstitutional for the state not to recognize legally-performed same-sex marriages but the ruling will not...
The U.S. Attorney's Office says two central Indiana title agents, accused of embezzling over $1 million from clients, were indicted Tuesday in separate investigations. According to the indictments, 41-year-old Adam Mears of Carmel, co-owner of First Title which operates in...