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GREENWOOD, Ind. – Plans to build a 115,000-square-foot Greenwood Iceplex are on hold after the city's mayor has decided to pull the tax breaks that had been offered to the owners of Indy Fuel to build the facility. The proposed building would be a joint effort between Jim and...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A proposal to increase food stamp benefits was favored by state lawmakers Monday, as they hope to give more people access to the SNAP program. “The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program provides food assistance to low and no income people and families living...
JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. -- Indiana State Police Trooper Brian Snyder is back on the job, full time, four years after he was struck along I-65 in Johnson County. It was in March of 2013 when Snyder was investigating a crash on I-65 northbound near the 92 mile marker. He was standing...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man was accused of impersonating a police officer Thursday. Officials at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office said 31-year-old Anthony Roberson was impersonating a police officer April 8, when he attempted to pull over an off-duty Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy...
After two razor-thin votes, a bill making it harder for cities to limit Airbnb rentals could win final passage on Tuesday. House Majority Leader Matthew Lehman expects to ask legislators to accept the Senate version of the bill. That plan says you can't rent out your house for...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- An inmate at the New Castle Correctional Facility is accused of sending sexual explicit letters to a 9-year-old girl from Lafayette. Police in Tippecanoe County and the Indiana Department of Child Services say convicted sex offender Ronald Emery sent at least...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The month of April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and for one Indianapolis non-profit, they're reaching out to provide programs and services that are catered specifically to young, teen mothers and their children who may have an abusive past or had experienced...
Vice President Pence is in the thick of Republican discussions about another try at repealing the federal health care law. Republicans appeared to throw in the towel after being forced to pull their first attempt at a health care bill from the floor last month. But Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After a recent uptick in violence that culminated in three shootings overnight Saturday, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Marion County Sheriff's Office are increasing patrols in those districts that have been most affected by the violence. The...