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Sen. Erin Houchin (R-Salem) (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) A Zionsville murder case may lead to an expansion of DNA evidence in Indiana. Since 2005, Indiana has taken DNA from anyone convicted of a felony. But legislators have repeatedly killed proposals to collect samples from...
(Photo courtesy of Craig B. Moore) HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. -- A central Indiana musician is hoping to make an impact in the lives of the families of fallen law enforcement officers through song and music. Craig B. Moore, who is a school administrator by day in Hancock County, says...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--GenCon is staying in Indianapolis at least through 2021. It's the the longest-running gaming convention in North America. Chris Gahl, senior vice-president of Marketing and Communication with VisitIndy, said negotiations have been going on for two years...
Photo Courtesy of the IMS Museum. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is commemorating Indiana's bicentennial with a special, one-of-a-kind exhibition dedicated to Indiana's rich automotive history. It’s an exhibition of some of the leading automobiles that were built in the...
Abdul-Hakim Shabazz contributed to this story INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--At least one city-county councilor has committed to a solid "no" vote on the possible pay raise for the council that is being discussed. Colleen Fanning, who represents District 2, which includes parts of Broad...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- After 82 years in business, downtown's iconic Milano Inn will be closing its doors at the end of the year. The restaurant, located at 231 S. College Avenue, first opened in 1934. Its original owners, Mary and Joe Modaffari, served...
(Photo courtesy of CNN) OAKLAND, California (CNN) -- The search for answers continued Tuesday in Oakland as city, state and federal agencies sifted through wreckage in one of the city's deadliest building fires on record. Bucket by bucket, investigators painstakingly removed...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The employees at Carrier that are likely to lose their jobs are more than 500 employees hired after February 2005, according to the United Steelworkers, Local Union 1999, the union that represents the west side factory's workers. In...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- An Indianapolis woman says she was set on fire by the wife of a man she was romantically involved with. Tationa Sims, 22, says the man and his wife came to her apartment near 42 nd Street and Mitthoeffer Road just after midnight...