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INDIANAPOLIS – More than 200 Carrier employees who were expecting to lose their jobs by Christmas, have recently been asked to stay with the company for a longer period. As some workers adjust to the change, the next wave of layoffs is expected January 11, and will impact 215...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The 16-year-old adopted son of a man killed in a house fire last week has been charged as an adult with murder, arson and auto theft, court records show. Jordan Marin-Doan, 16, was arrested on Saturday in connection to the fire in the 7200 block of Highland Road...
INDIANAPOLIS – More than 2,300 Eli Lilly employees accepted buyouts as the company plans to reduce its workforce in 2018 by 3,500 worldwide. Mark Taylor with Lilly said 2,300 employees, with a large amount from Indiana, applied for and were accepted into the U.S. voluntary early...
LAKE COUNTY, Ind. --You're driving about 8:30 at night on a road all by yourself. Suddenly in your headlights, a huge whitetail buck walks out. This time of year, no matter where you're driving, that's an increased danger in Indiana, says INDOT and the Dept. of Natural Resources...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Oscar-winning actress Diane Keaton says she's never experienced sexual harassment in Hollywood. Keaton addressed the Indiana Conference for Women to talk about her new home-design book. In a Q-and-A afterward, she said she's never seen or experienced the assault...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Colts linebacker Robert Mathis has officially been charged with OWI by the Hamilton County prosecutor. Mathis was stopped after going the wrong way down a one way street in Carmel in mid-October. The officer who pulled him over did a preliminary breath...
STATE HOUSE --A letter against medical marijuana has been sent to the state's "drug czar", Jim McClelland. It's from the Assoc. of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, and it says the prosecutors are totally opposed to medical marijuana, on the grounds that it is not medicine. David...
INDIANAPOLIS – An employee at a pawn shop was shot on Indy’s northwest side Monday night. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police said the shooting happened after three males wearing masks attempted to rob First Cash Pawn near 71st Street and Michigan Road. The employee was found shot...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A new housing development on Indy's near eastside is targeting teachers. Indianapolis is rehabbing blighted homes and filling in vacant lots to create a 21-home "Teachers' Village." When the houses are built next year, they'll be available at below-market prices...