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INDIANAPOLIS -- It's March, and the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is coming up in a little more than a week, so it's time to start thinking about filling out your brackets. But, you aren't the only one filling out a bracket. You'll be joined by the charitable organization,...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A 14-year-old girl with schizophrenia who ran away from home was found safe Monday morning, police say. Police say Lamariona Larkin ran away from her house around 8:30 Sunday night in the 7200 block of Kingsford Drive after an argument with her mother. She was...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A suspect who was wounded by Indianapolis police officer during a shooting on the city's west side early Sunday morning has been identified. Police said the shooting happened just before 3 a.m. as they were sitting in the parking lot next to the Run Inn Bar...
CARMEL, Ind. -- Several roads and roundabouts will be closed in Carmel due to construction from March through the fall of 2017. Carmel officials recommend drivers plan and determine their best detour before leaving their homes. Following are road closures and projects planned...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- An IMPD officer is on leave after firing at least one shot at a suspect outside of a bar on the city's west side early Sunday morning. Indianapolis Police were patrolling the area near Run Inn Bar and Grill along West 34th Street around 3:00 am Sunday as...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Delta Omicron Chapter of Tri Delta Sorority was shut down Saturday, according to the organization’s national executive board. The IU Chapter was said to have been involved in activities that do not represent the organization. "As a...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS -- The man who died in a Friday evening house fire was trying to save his two grandsons, according to fire officials. Jeff Sullivan, 51, and his 10-month-old grandson, Damon East, were both killed in the fire on the 700 block of East Terrace...
(photo courtesy: CNN/Newsource) WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Vice President Mike Pence defended his use of a personal email account to conduct state business while he was Indiana's governor, saying "there's no comparison" between his situation and the controversy surrounding Hillary...
FINAL UPDATE, MONDAY, MARCH 6: On Monday afternoon, Bartholomew County Coroner Clayton Nolting confirmed that the death of Indianapolis resident Jacqueline Watts was accidental and not the result of foul play. According to Nolting's report, investigators believe Watts was...