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INDIANAPOLIS --A dog was shot and left for dead. Now it has found the love and care it needs to survive thanks to a loving couple. An officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Tim Elliott, was on patrol when he found the dog shot in the face and covered in...
INDIANAPOLIS- -An attempted robbery at a food service supplier left a security guard seriously injured. Indianapolis police were called to the Restaurant Depot at 7 pm Thursday night. When they got there, they found that a woman had been shot and later learned that she was a...
ELKHART, Ind. --"Keep America Great" is the slogan for Pres. Donald Trump's 2020 campaign for re-election. He introduced the slogan, saying it was being revealed for the first time, in his Thursday night speech in the Northside Middle School gym in Elkhart. "Sleepin' Joe"...
INDIANAPOLIS --The two police officers who shot and killed Aaron Bailey last year have been cleared and will not be fired. The decision was made by the police merit board after three days of testimony by the police chief, experts and the officers themselves. Members of the board...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly says he's "concerned" about the decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran. Several Indiana Republicans have applauded the pullout, saying Iran is still developing ballistic missile capability that would allow it to launch...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - People on Indy’s far east side are getting a new community center which planners hope will build residents' life skills. The Carriage House East Success Center broke ground Thursday and will open in January. The center will be part of the Carriage House East...
INDIANAPOLIS -- In emotional testimony Thursday morning, IMPD Officer Michael Dinnsen recounted the moment when he and a fellow officer fatally shot Aaron Bailey following a brief pursuit in June 2017. Dinnsen, who told the IMPD Merit Board that he has spent his whole life in...
INDIANAPOLIS -- No charges will be filed in the case of a 1-year-old who was severely injured while attending a day care on Indianapolis’ northeast side. A spokesperson with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office said no charges will be filed in the case of Jesse Harris IV...
GREENCASTLE, Ind. --A resolution on hate crimes in Indiana is what will be discussed at Thursday's meeting of the Greencastle Common Council. 120 people took part in a community march in Greencastle April 21 to show their disappointment after incidents displaying racist, anti-...