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(Photo by Mjozes Igor / Thinkstock) INDIANAPOLIS-- If you have, or know, a child between the age of 1 and 18 that's in need of a dental checkup, the Marion County Public Health Department wants to help make that happen this month--for free. The county health department's dental...
(Photos: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- IMPD Chief Bryan Roach joined other officers and community and church leaders to condemn the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy on the west side Monday. Anthony Lee Hughes Jr. was shot and killed Monday night around 7:30 p.m...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- W-2's for every Scotty's Brewhouse worker could now be in the hands of a scammer after they were sent to a fake email address. The company contacted the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Monday about the breach, which...
Photo: Courtesy of Pam Gibson and the Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation. FRANKLIN, Ind. – Molly Gibson was a senior at Franklin Community High School when she was in a car accident and died from her injuries while in the hospital in February 1998. Although she was only 17...
PHOTO: Chris Davis/Emmis INDIANAPOLIS--Heart attacks are different for women than for men. Sometimes the symptoms are not the same and sometimes they are downplayed. That's why there's "Go Red for Women" Month. It's an awareness campaign by the American Heart Assoc., that...
(Photo: Eric Berman/WIBC) A year after allowing the distribution of clean needles to drug addicts, Indiana is halfway to making that process easier. The House voted 72-26 to scrap a requirement that the state health commissioner approve requests to create needle exchanges, and...
(PHOTO: Courtesy of RTV6) WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Donald Trump issued a message Tuesday to pharmaceutical company executives akin to one he delivered to auto executives last week: bring your production back to the United States and the Trump administration will lower...
(Photo: Mary Farucci/Emmis) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A new scratch-off game could be the next way to help homeless Hoosier veterans around the state get back on their feet. State Senator Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) has proposed a bill that would require the Indiana State Lottery...
Greenwood City Judge Lew Gregory (left), Sen. Jim Merritt (R-Indianapolis) and Innovative Health Solutions vice president Brian Carrico. (Photo: Eric Berman/WIBC) Greenwood is trying out a new program for people hooked on heroin. The Greenwood City Court, which handles...