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INDIANAPOLIS -- A man known as the “Franklin Township creeper” is in trouble with the law yet again. Weston Gray was arrested November 15 and October 30 for allegedly violating the terms of his probation. He pleaded guilty to residential entry and battery and was sentenced to a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A woman was sentenced to nearly 30 years in prison Friday for her role in a plot to murder a Noblesville attorney. Renee S. Perillo, 54, of Glendale, California, pleaded guilty in May 2017 to conspiracy to commit kidnapping and murder for hire. Sheriff's deputies...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Marion County Prosecutor's Office has charged former Indianapolis City-County Councillor Jeff Miller ( District 16 ) with three counts of child molesting. Miller resigned from the Council Friday afternoon and has since been arrested. According to court...
STATE HOUSE --If tolls happen in Indiana, the governor will ultimately say where and when they happen. One place they probably will not happen is on city bypasses.  Gov. Eric Holcomb, or any succeeding governor, will have the authority to say what roads are toll roads under the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Gleaners Food Bank has added a health clinic at its Indianapolis warehouse. Saint Vincent Medical Group is running the clinic, which has two exam rooms and a lab for routine blood work. The clinic will be open four days a week, during the same hours the food...
INDIANAPOLIS--If you listen to firefighters talk, then you know that it's a dangerous job. This morning was another example of that when a fire broke out at 209 South Warman. That's on Indy's southwest side just south of Washington Street. While they were fighting the fire, 3...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The number of teens charged with murder in Indianapolis has more than doubled since 2016. Last year, seven people under the age of 19 were charged with murder, and so far in 2017, 15 teens have been charged with murder. With young people at the center of violence...
INDIANAPOLIS -- There seems to be some confusion about "prohibitied items" at the Circle Of Lights. Many reports say that firearms and weapons are being prohibited from the tree lighting event in Downtown Indy. While, Indianapolis Metro Police are only discouraging the carrying...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Senate Democrats' agenda for next year's legislative session focuses on several items they've tried and failed to get past the Republican majority for several years. Democrats will again seek a redistricting commission, a hate crimes law, and a three-year phase-...