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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is asking people to be "on guard" in secluded areas downtown, like parking garages and side streets. According to Fox 59 and The Indianapolis Star, three women have reported being assaulted at or near a parking...
INDIANAPOLIS-- Pharmacy robberies have gone down drastically in the past three years. That may be thanks to a decision to prosecute people who rob pharmacies in the state in federal court and to send them to federal prison. "Every defendant that commits a crime of pharmacy...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Hot Wheels: Race to Win exhibit is how open at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. The exhibit gives race fans of all ages a first-hand look at the science, speed and safety of motorsports using Hot Wheels cars and tracks that are positioned alongside real...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Hamilton County Council member admitted in Marion County court Wednesday that he stole a fellow Republican's campaign signs last April. Jeff Hern accepted a plea agreement that will have him pay back nearly $900 to fellow Hamilton County Council member Rick...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Hundreds of elementary students said their goodbyes to friends, teachers and staff on their final day of school Wednesday when their building permanently closed. Three Muncie elementary schools – Mitchell, Storer and Sutton - closed their buildings and 800...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- Several large headstones at a Franklin cemetery were found damaged Monday morning. More than a dozen headstones at Franklin’s Greenlawn Cemetery were knocked over and broken. Property owners said many of the sites date back to the 1800s. One of those damaged...
Eight years ago, it was a tech startup in Indianapolis. Now it's adding nearly 200 jobs. MyCOI's software tracks whether companies are properly insured. CEO Kristen Nunery says 70% of subcontractors don't have the certificates of insurance they said they had when they signed...
The Manchester bombing won't affect security at the 500 -- but a visit from Vice President Pence might. Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Doug Boles says IMS tightened security four years ago after the Boston Marathon bombing. Coolers are already searched, and are banned...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After nearly a decade on the job, Indiana State Police K-9 Hondo is retiring from the force. Hondo was paired with Master Trooper Mick Dockery in December 2007. In their nine years together, Hondo and Dockery made more than 600 arrests. They seized nearly a ton...