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Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says they're still determining how change of venue trials will work for the suspects in the Richmond Hill subdivision explosion. Curry says all sides agreed to change of venue petitions to ensure fair trails for Mark Leonard, former...
Katrina Miller (Hancock County Sheriff's Office photo) Three people have now been charged with murder and kidnapping in the death of a woman whose body was found in a Hancock County cornfield. Amanda Gonzales, 27, had already been charged in connection with the death of Katrina...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard announced Wednesday a multi-pronged plan he says is designed to tackle crime. As part of the plan, the Mayor proposed $25 million in funding over five years for preschool education for needy kids. The mayor says the program will provide...
Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden has turned in his gun and badge, temporarily. Rodden is on paid administrative leave following his indictment. He's accused of paying a prostitute for oral sex and lying to the FBI. Rodden's attorney, Larry Wilder, says his client is very...
Some workers at the General Motors Fort Wayne Assembly plant are being told to go home again. First shift production had to be canceled because of issues relating to part availability. The company expects employees on second shift to show up as scheduled. Shifts have been...
As the school year begins for some students, doctors and schools want to remind parents that immunization requirements have changed slightly. Two doses of Hepatitis A vaccine are now required for all incoming kindergarten students before they can attend school, and those two...
The husband of a woman who was found dead on the city's near west side in late 2012 has been arrested for his wife's death. Indiana State Police say Eugene Bingham, Jr., 53, was arrested Monday night for the murder of Sherese Bingham, 51. Her body was found on the White River...
An investigation was underway in Shelbyville as police searched for possible human remains Tuesday afternoon. Officials with the Shelbyville Police Department were called out to the 1200 block of Elm Street on reports of an investigation. Homeowner Scott Schuck said police woke...
The State Board of Accounts is trying to encourage local governments to think through ethics standards. Elected and unelected state officials are subject to a state ethics code, while the General Assembly has its own ethics rules. But while legislators will study this year...