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INDIANAPOLIS -- The next letter you get in the mail could smell like ice cream! The U.S. Postal Service is taking the scratch-and-sniff stickers you loved as a kid to a whole new level with their new Frozen Treats Forever stamps. Each of the 10 stamp designs features two frosty...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Separating children from their parents on the border should not happen, said Sen. Todd Young, a Republican and Indiana's junior U.S. Senator. He's co-sponsoring the Protect Kids and Parents Act, Senator Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) bill to ensure illegal immigrant...
CARMEL, Ind.- -Three people wanted for breaking into and stealing vehicles from a car dealership in Carmel have been arrested. An officer with the Carmel Police Department saw multiple vehicles leaving the Penske Chevy dealership near 96th Street and Keystone Avenue at about 2:...
INDIANAPOLIS --More than 1,000 dogs and cats from shelters and rescue centers across central Indiana will be available for adoption at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this weekend. The Indy Mega-Adoption Event takes place June 23-24 at the State Fairgrounds from noon-6 pm both...
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. -- Five people have filed two lawsuits in Hamilton County this week against Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana alleging the organization failed to protect its workers from a registered sex offender. The lawsuits stem from incidents involving Ritchie...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis police are taking a deeper dive into data as a crimefighting tool. IMPD has been analyzing crime statistics for some time to identify and target high-crime hotspots for extra officers. Now the department is using 24-hour data each day to try to spot...
PORTER COUNTY, Ind. -- A probationary deputy with the Porter County Sheriff's Department has been terminated for indecent exposure. John Morris, 24, was fired June 8 after he admitted to exposing himself to four different women between May 3 and June 7. The incidents happened at...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new law aimed at keeping athletes safe in hot weather is set to take effect July 1. The measure, authored by State Rep. Ron Bacon (R-Chandler), says all interscholastic and intramural coaches in Indiana must complete and pass a course on heat preparedness...
VALPARAISO, Ind. -- An Indiana woman was arrested after she dragged a salon employee across a parking lot when she was unhappy with the work done on her nails, police say. Charley Fowler, 28, complained to employees at the Diamond & Nails Spa in Valparaiso, according to the...