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BROWNSBURG, Ind -- A woman found her elderly mother dead and her disabled dad lying on the floor at their home in Brownsburg over the weekend. Police say the woman was checking on her parents Sunday morning before 9 at the home on Stonehenge Way not far from Brownsburg West...
The following schools and businesses are closed or delayed for Monday, Jan. 8, 2018: A-F Agape Learning Center - Henry Delayed 2 hours Alexandria Community Schools - Madison Delayed 2 hours Anderson Christian School - Madison Delayed 2 hours Anderson Community Schools - Madison...
(photo courtesy: WIBC file) STATE WIDE -- More winter weather is on its way to Indiana. Much of the state will be dealing with a mix of freezing rain and snow starting at around 7:00 pm tonight. The precipitation could stick around through Monday morning, making your drive to...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- IMPD is investigating a deadly crash on the west side that happened early Sunday morning. Metro police responded to the 10th Street ramp on I-465 just after 4:30 a.m. Officers on scene say a car came off the ramp at a high rate of...
GRANT COUNTY, Ind. -- The Grant County Sheriff's Department is asking for your help to locate an inmate who escaped from a work crew Friday afternoon. The sheriff's department says Brandon R. Kinder, 33, escaped around 1:30 p.m. while working with a crew in south Marion. Kinder...
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...