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INDIANAPOLIS -- A person was shot and killed late Friday night on Indianapolis' northeast side. Police responded to the 10000 block of John Marshall Drive North shortly before 10 p.m. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a spokesperson with the Indianapolis...
STATE HOUSE -- Medical marijuana may not make it into law this year in Indiana. But, a leader of Indiana NORML, a group that supports medical marijuana, believes anti-marijuana statements from U.S. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, and support from Indiana Atty. Gen. Curtis Hill, will...
LEBANON, Ind . - Legislators will be discussing about a dozen ideas for fighting the opioid epidemic. But a broad spectrum of government and community agencies is emphasizing it's really multiple issues calling for multiple approaches. About 300 people turned out for a daylong...
CARMEL, Ind. - Congress is late again in passing the bill to fund the government, and one possible solution would take a page from Indiana law. The appropriations bills which keep the government running are supposed to pass by October. It hasn't happened on time since Bill...
The Indiana General Assembly is back in session! Test your statehouse knowledge with a very special edition of the WIBC Weekly News Quiz!
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Blood Center has issued an urgent plea to help fill their shelves as their blood supplies run critically low following the holidays. The blood center shared an image from their refrigerator on Tuesday showing shelves that were almost entirely empty. "...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's a hard fact to face if you're a Christmas-lover, but you have to take that tree down sometime. The Indianapolis Department of Public Works and Indy Parks has teamed up to create several Christmas tree drop-off locations for your tree. In Marion County, you...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- A man who pleaded guilty after a shootout with his neighbor in Johnson County has been released from jail and sentenced to time already served. A Johnson County judge sentenced Weigle to one year in jail, but he received credit for the time he has already spent...
GRANT COUNTY, Ind. -- A $100 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons who left a dog to die in a crate outside in Marion, Ind. In a post on their Facebook page, the Marion-Grant Humane Society says the deceased dog was found...