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LAFAYETTE, IN -- Lafayette police have arrested a man in connection with a double homicide late Thursday evening. The shooting happened around 9:30 p.m. in the 800 block of Eastwich Drive. Lafayette Police say two people were found dead inside the home. The Tippecanoe County...
Vice President Pence and alumni of his administration have returned to Indiana for the unveiling of his official state portrait. Indiana governors all sit for a formal portrait -- Pence will join his seven most recent predecessors in the governor's reception area next week. The...
PENDLETON, Ind. – There was a different kind of graduation ceremony on Friday for two members of the Indiana State Police. Troopers Richard Clay and Thomas Ratliff, both from the ISP Pendleton District, graduated from ISP K-9 Training School with their partners. Trooper Clay’s...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Attorney General Curtis Hill's initiative to expand the Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition to other cities and towns around the state, was a pleasing thing to hear for Vice-President Mike Pence. "Last year the Coalition helped reduce homicides by 85-percent in...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Purdue University has been named the best university in the state of Indiana, according to TIME magazine. The report says Purdue is known for its engineering and agriculture programs and recent graduates report an average salary that is 20 percent higher...
Indiana farmers have an apprehensive eye on the Trump administration's efforts to renegotiate trade agreements. Indiana Farm Bureau president Randy Kron says American farmers produce more than they could possibly sell within the U.S. -- they have to have export markets...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indiana State Police trooper pulled two people from a fiery crash after a car ended up under a semi on I-465 south early Friday morning. The accident happened around 3:30 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of I-465 near the Harding Street exit. Indiana State Police...
PLAINFIELD, Ind. --If you want to keep your kids from getting tangled up with strangers on the internet, and whatever misdoings those people could have in mind, the know what your kids are up to, said Jay Abbott, special agent in charge of the FBI, Indianapolis office. Be...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Indiana will likely get money to help fight the state's opioid crisis after Pres. Trump verbally declared a national emergency Thursday, at a press conference. The money could go to programs to help people quit and to equip more emergency responders with...