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(file photo courtesy RTV6) The law firm representing the State Fair stage collapse victims has announced a $50 million settlement in that case Friday. The Kenneth J. Allen Law Group says $11 million paid earlier by the State of Indiana is included in that figure. The deal...
Some Indianapolis organizations are reaching out to at-risk youth. Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says the city is helping sponsor "Youth Safe Havens" for the next two Friday nights. Tonight, Barnes United Methodist Church and John Marshall High School are hosting the events...
Terrell Walker (photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD Homicide detectives have arrested a teenager in connection with a fatal shooting in 2012. Police say Terrell Walker, 19, was identified as the shooter in the incident September 29, 2012 in the 4100 block of Marseille Road on the city's...
The U.S. Attorney's Office says an Indianapolis businessman was sentenced to 36 months in prison after being found guilty of identity theft. Acting U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler says Basilio Estevez, 61, purchased a check cashing business in February 2012 and opened several bank...
A teacher at Noblesville High School was being investigated after accusations of "inappropriate conduct with a minor student," a school spokeswoman said Friday. Marnie Cooke, director of marketing and communications for the district, said the teacher was immediately removed from...
The nativity scene outside the Franklin County Courthouse (image courtesy of Facebook) The ACLU wants a federal judge to make Franklin County take down a nativity scene from the grounds of its courthouse as soon as possible. The ACLU of Indiana asked for a preliminary injunction...
Today marked the 7th Annual Pack the Pantries event. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and various community leaders delivered more than 26-thousand pounds of food and $21,526 in donations to the Midwest Food Bank Friday. The donations will benefit both the Midwest and Gleaners...
The state Supreme Court says Indiana's public intoxication law is not unconstitutionally vague. The court ruled unanimously against a challenge to the law from a man from Indianapolis who was convicted of being drunk in public in 2012. Rodregus Morgan was arrested after a police...
The holiday forecast has snow in store for Hoosier travelers. Indiana-based National Weather Service Meteorologist John Kwiatkowski says a low pressure system is heading toward Indiana. That will likely bring strong winds and the possibility of snowfall during the middle of next...