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INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis woman is accused of giving hydrochloric acid to her daughter to "help" cure her autism. IMPD says the 28-year-old woman admitted to the child’s father that she put a few drops of hydrochloric acid and water purifying solution in her daughter's...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A former drug addict is using “say no” signs to raise awareness and help tackle the opioid problem in Bartholomew County. Drug overdose deaths in Bartholomew County have tripled in the last three years, according to the sheriff’s department and it’s an issue...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Pres. Trump's budget proposal does not balance, said White House Budget Office Chief Mick Mulvaney. But, some of Indiana's Congressional delegation believe it's putting money where it needs to go. Republicans “I support the administration’s focus on cutting...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - For the first time all year, the General Assembly is at full strength. Former Boone County Councilman Brian Buchanan was elected by a Republican caucus at the end of January -- too late to file any bills. The Senate further delayed his swearing-in till the...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. --Police were already looking for Daniel Sears, when he shot and killed his wife and another man yesterday morning about 11 a.m, in Evansville. Sgt. Jason Cullum said at a news conference today Sears had violated a restraining order sworn out against him by...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The Fort Wayne City Clerk says she was bullied by Mayor Tom Henry over a $100 parking ticket. Lana Keesling told The News-Sentinel that Henry "tried to bully her for doing the right thing", reports WOWO. Keesling, whose duties include Director of Parking...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts have established a scholarship fund to honor linebacker Edwin Jackson, who was killed in a traffic accident on Feb. 4. Colts owner and CEO Jim Irsay announced Monday a $25,000 gift for the Edwin Jackson Memorial Scholarship, which will be...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- The flu is believed to have claimed the life of a 4-year-old girl from Muncie on Monday morning, according to the Delaware County Coroner. If the flu is confirmed to be what caused the girl's death, it would be Muncie's first death "strictly from the influenza...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators have no plans to study the turmoil at the Department of Child Services this session. But there's now a push to get involved over the summer: Gary Democrat Eddie Melton's asking fellow senators to endorse a two-year study of D-C-S. Those hearings...