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INDIANAPOLIS -- Foster families who care for abused and neglected children are calling on the state to step up its efforts to help them cover the cost of childcare. They’re asking the governor and the Indiana Department of Child Services to allocate money and resources to help...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A former volleyball coach from Columbus was sentenced Wednesday on three counts of child molesting. Bruce Giggy, 62, will spend 20 years behind bars after pleading guilty to molesting four children under the age of 14 at his Columbus home between 1999 and 2008...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy’s downtown bars are partnering with Lyft on discounted rides, to make people think twice about drinking and driving. The ride-sharing service will offer $10 discounts this summer on rides home from Mass Ave, Fountain Square or the Wholesale District on the...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- This fall, students at Purdue will be able to add a minor that will teach them how to brew beer. Purdue University is partnering with local breweries for new fermentation courses. The courses will be part of a new minor through the school's food sciences...
INDIANAPOLIS — If your air conditioner is on the fritz, you might want to replace it soon. Steel and aluminum tariffs are expected to force HVAC manufacturers to increase their prices by 4-6 percent on July 1 . Brian Schutt, co-owner of Homesense Heating and Cooling, said their...
MUNSTER, Ind.- -A man who drove from Wisconsin, to try and have sex with a 10-year-old child in Indiana, has gotten a 20-year-sentence in federal prison. Prosecutors said he was already a convicted sex offender in his home state. Denton Jerome, 32 years old, of Doylestown,...
RTV6 contributed to this story. COLUMBUS, Ind. --Rallies to support immigrant families at the border are happening in several places in Indiana. One of those rallies called "Rally for Refugees" was held in Columbus Wednesday, while another is expected this evening in Logansport...
RTV6's Stephanie Wade contributed to this report. SHELBYVILLE, Ind. --A month after a shooting at Noblesville West Middle School middle school, Shelbyville schools held an active shooter drill at Shelbyville High School Wednesday, and several changes are still being made to keep...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis robbers are increasing their use of an old scam, using social media to get victims to come to them. Police Chief Bryan Roach says officers have noticed more cases of robbers advertising something for sale -- usually a cell phone. The victim answers...