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KOKOMO, Ind. -- The cause of Christmas Eve fire that killed two sisters in Kokomo has been ruled accidental by the Kokomo Fire Department. Firefighters were called to the home on North Morrison Street just after 3:30 a.m. When they arrived on the scene the home already up in...
SPEEDWAY, Ind . -- A longtime nursing home in Speedway has closed its doors for good. The owner of Roland Independent Living Club, 6028 W. 25th Street, voluntarily surrendered its license to the Indiana State Department of Health at the end of November. “Without that license,...
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. -- Parole has been denied for a Bloomington man convicted of killing a former IU graduate student in September 1986. The Indiana Parole Board voted Wednesday to reject Robert E. Lee's request for release. Lee, 62, was sentenced in 1987 to 60 years for the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators are setting out to get rid of nearly a third of Indiana's 1,006 townships. Then-Governor Mitch Daniels tried a decade ago to get rid of townships entirely. But House Speaker Brian Bosma says about 300 townships have fewer than 1,200 people. He says...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Six states have laws allowing doctors to write prescriptions to help terminal patients kill themselves. A Bloomington legislator wants Indiana to be the seventh. Oregon passed the first assisted-suicide law two decades ago, and Representative Matt Pierce's bill...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Flu season is here, and it's forcing hospitals in Marion County to adjust their visitation policies. Dr. Virginia A. Caine, Marion County Public Health Department director, has asked hospitals to implement temporary visitor restrictions in order to protect...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Congressman Jim Banks (R-IN) has introduced a resolution in the U.S. House condemning the Iranian government and showing support for those protesting for a free and democrat system of government. Rep. Banks released the following statement on his website: “At...
See the VIDEO on the RTV6 website. NEW WHITELAND, Ind. --The cold snap that we're having now is bringing temperatures below zero, but it's not the coldest air ever in Indiana. That record was recorded at the New Whiteland sewage treatment plant, 24 years ago, in 1994. The sewage...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – State Police say one person is dead after a wrong-way crash on I-465 near U.S. 31 on the north side of Indianapolis Thursday morning. Officers say the crash happened around 5:30 a.m. when the driver of a Nissan Sentra was going the wrong way on Eastbound I-...