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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Tia Coleman, the Indianapolis woman whose husband and children died in a duck boat accident last month, wants Congress to make the boats safe or ban them entirely. Four weeks after the accident in Branson, Missouri, Coleman has launched a Change.org petition...
(CARMEL, Ind.) - Leaders of local anti-opioid efforts are emphasizing collaboration across agencies. An opioid summit in Carmel showcased prevention and treatment programs from around Indiana. The programs share some recurring themes: erasing the stigma associated with addiction...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A Lafayette man is going to federal prison for child porn. In a hearing at U.S. District Court in Hammond, Judge James Moody sentenced 62-year-old David Adams to over six years in prison, followed by five years of supervised released one his is out of prison...
MADISON COUNTY, Ind. -- The body of a woman was found Tuesday on farmland off SR 37 in Grant County. The Madison County Sheriff says the victim had been missing since last Wednesday. The sheriff believes the death is connected to the discovery of a man's body in a wooded area in...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- A captain with the Kokomo Fire Department is suspended without pay after being accused of exposing himself to his 14-year-old babysitter. The girl told detectives that Thomas Granson II approached her wearing only a towel and then dropped it, saying, "This is for...
SURREY, England -- He skipped the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix in 2017 to run the Indianapolis 500. Now, Fernando Alosno has decided to say goodbye to the series where he won 32 races, 22 poles, and two world championships. Alonso, 37, announced his retirement from F1 in a...
INDIANAPOLIS --A plan by the TSA could mean that security screenings at some of Indiana's small and medium sized airports could be stopped. Robert Caltabiano, a former Scret Service agent and security expert, believes that could put people using those airports at risk. "They are...
SPENCER COUNTY, Ind . -- The Spencer County Animal Control Board has released a statement following accusations that the county animal shelter euthanized unwanted cats by placing them in a freezer. The statement sent to WFIE in Evansville by the Lindsey Law Office appears to...
FLOYD COUNTY, Ind. -- Graffiti was left on the sign of a retirement community near New Albany on Monday. The sign at Azalea Hills had two red swastikas drawn on one side of the sign and male genitalia on the other. Cassie McCoun, an administrator at Azalea Hills, told the News...