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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The month of March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month and for one young Hoosier who sustained a severe brain injury back in October, he has every reason to be thankful today after surviving what no one thought he would. Less than six months later...
RICHMOND, IND. -- A mother in Wayne County is accused of growing marijuana in her family home. The Indiana State Police say Heather Parks was running a marijuana growing operation out of the Richmond house she shares with her five children. State police visited Parks' home at...
INDIANAPOLIS--You've heard it said many times, many ways. The Red Line will go on, even if the Trump version of the federal budget is the one that's passed and the grants providing federal money do not come through.   "With or without the federal grant, the entire Marion County...
A loophole that's allowed some gas stations to sell cold beer is likely to be short-lived. Only liquor stores and restaurants are allowed to sell cold beer -- gas stations and convenience stores can't. But two Ricker's gas stations got alcohol permits after opening restaurants...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A student participating in the live-action role play game of "Humans vs. Zombies" on Ball State University's campus was the cause of a gun scare and campus lockdown on Tuesday. University police issued the "shelter in place" around 2:20 p.m. after receiving...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- More than 160 University of Notre Dame students who are studying in London are safe following a terrorist attack Wednesday near British Parliament . Five people, including the attacker, were killed. At least 20 others were hurt. The suspect ran down...
A bill guaranteeing students the right to pray in school is headed for the full Senate. The bill had bipartisan support in the House, but passed a Senate committee on party lines. Bloomington Democrat Mark Stoops warns it's going to cause problems by focusing attention on...
INDIANAPOLIS--If you remember an ad from the 1970s called the "Hudnut Hook", you're going to get the chance to experience it all over again. If you don't know what it was about, it's simple: chunk your litter in the proper place. Former mayor Bill Hudnut showed his hook shot...
A bill to streamline Indiana's needle-exchange programs could go to Governor Holcomb next week. Indiana authorized needle exchanges two years ago after heroin use sparked an HIV outbreak in Scott County. State health commissioner Jerome Adams says the law has controlled HIV and...