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State Police Lt. Mike Rogers displays a blowup of Indiana's new gun permit. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Starting next month, applications for gun permits go online. Lieutenant Mike Rogers says the new online application will speed the processing of the more than 100,000...
(image courtesy of Indiana State University) Extra police are on Indiana State University's campus after a threat was reported by a student. The threat was reported to campus police late Wednesday night by a student who saw it on an ISU blog on the social media app Yik Yak. "She...
Indianapolis police say a woman is dead and an injured man is being questioned by homicide detectives after their fight led to a double stabbing late Wednesday on the northeast side. Officers responded to a home in the 6000 block of East 30th Street after several people had...
The chair of the City-County Council's Administration and Finance Committee the city should be focusing on what it's supposed to be funding, which doesn't include pre-kindergarten education. Democratic Councilor Angela Mansfield says there is value in pre-k education but it is...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A four-year-old and an adult woman were both taken to the hospital after a shooting Wednesday night on the city's northwest side. IMPD says officers responded to a call of shots fired in the 2100 block of Amerherst Drive, near Westlane and Harcourt Roads,...
(photo courtesy Indiana Air National Guard) Hundreds of men and a dozen aircraft from Fort Wayne's 122nd Fighter Wing of the Indiana Air National Guard are slated for deployment. Col. Patrick Renwick, the Fighter Wing Commander, announced Wednesday 300 airmen, including pilots,...
Advocates for victims of domestic violence say the state will consider cutting money to programs for those victims. The state agency in charge of the money says it isn't true. Earlier this week, some agencies who help victims of domestic violence were urged to attend Friday's...
Members of Mayor Greg Ballard's Your Life Task Force say they'll meet a deadline to make their recommendations on the Republican mayor's Crime and Early Childhood Education Initiative. This comes as Ballard's plan is on ice in Indianapolis City County Council. A committee tabled...
PETA wants the Clark County Jail to go vegan because of one inmate. The animal rights group addressed a letter to Clark County acting sheriff John Kahfer, who died last month, requesting the facility serve only vegan meals, citing studies that show vegan diets improve inmate...