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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- The middle school student and teacher who were injured in the Noblesville West Middle school shooting last month will play a role in the 2018 Noblesville Fourth of July Parade. Ella Whistler, 13, and science teacher Jason Seaman have both been named grand...
ATTICA, Ind. --Federal child pornography charges have been filed against an assistant boys track coach at Attica High School. A tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children back in January of this year led federal investigators to Jeremy Kelley, 39. A search...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana State Department of Health is urging Hoosiers to take precautions after they say a person contracted the flu after being exposed to pigs at a county fair. The test results Friday confirmed the first human case of H3N2 variant influenza reported in...
Photo Credit: Getty Images. Heritage Images / Contributor INDIANAPOLIS - From the color of your headlights to holding schools accountable for reporting bullying data to the state - dozens of bills were signed into law by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb this year. Let's take a look...
FISHERS, Ind. -- A 61-year-old bicyclist was hit and killed in Fishers Saturday morning. Emergency crews were called to a serious crash on Brooks School Road near Broadmoor Drive just before 10 a.m. Police say a 59-year-old woman was driving down Brooks School Road when she...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you travel over the Ohio River to get to Louisville, It's going to cost you a little more starting this weekend. RiverLink is raising the toll fees 2.5 percent starting July 1. It may not seem like a big jump, but with the number of cars that cross the bridge...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Hundreds of thousands of people rallied across the country Saturday to protest the separation of illegal immigrant families. Indianapolis is no different, as hundreds of Hoosiers gathered at the Statehouse Saturday morning as part of the "Families Belong Together...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A local priest has been found guilty on three counts in connection a violent attack on his wife in last September. On Friday, a jury found Reverend Luke Reese guilty of criminal confinement with bodily injury, domestic battery, and battery resulting in bodily...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The former CEO of Indiana’s largest nursing home chain has been sentenced to nine-and-a-half years in prison. Jim Burkhart of American Senior Communities pleaded guilty to conspiracy, money laundering and taking kickbacks. Federal prosecutors say Burkhart stole...