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INDIANAPOLIS--If you listen to firefighters talk, then you know that it's a dangerous job. This morning was another example of that when a fire broke out at 209 South Warman. That's on Indy's southwest side just south of Washington Street. While they were fighting the fire, 3...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The number of teens charged with murder in Indianapolis has more than doubled since 2016. Last year, seven people under the age of 19 were charged with murder, and so far in 2017, 15 teens have been charged with murder. With young people at the center of violence...
INDIANAPOLIS -- There seems to be some confusion about "prohibitied items" at the Circle Of Lights. Many reports say that firearms and weapons are being prohibited from the tree lighting event in Downtown Indy. While, Indianapolis Metro Police are only discouraging the carrying...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Senate Democrats' agenda for next year's legislative session focuses on several items they've tried and failed to get past the Republican majority for several years. Democrats will again seek a redistricting commission, a hate crimes law, and a three-year phase-...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind- -Three new Indiana State Troopers will serve Monroe, Morgan, Brown, Greene, Owen, & Lawrence counties. 33 troopers graduated from the Indiana State Police Recruit School October 19 after completing 24 weeks of intense training that lasted over 1,000 hours...
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The House votes this afternoon on Republicans' tax cut plan. The House bill isn't the final version of the tax bill. The Senate has already laid out its own outline, with big differences. The Senate bill leaves tax brackets unchanged, except for a small cut...
CARMEL, Ind. -- Indiana State Sen. Mike Delph (R-Carmel) has been ordered into active duty in the U.S. Army. Delph has been a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve for about 10 years. He has been ordered to active duty as of Dec. 8, for a minimum of 31 days. He will be sent to Puerto...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It appears to be a long shot, but there is plenty of hope for Indianapolis' bid to land the second Amazon headquarters, but a local economist says the Circle City isn't getting enough credit. In recent numbers released by Sperling's Best Places, Indianapolis is...
PORTAGE, Ind. -- Environmentalists and Portage residents want to know why the public wasn't told about a chromium spill by U.S. Steel in late October. U.S. Steel's Midwest Plant spilled 56.7 pounds of chromium into a tributary of Lake Michigan on Oct. 25, according to documents...