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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A 7-year-old Columbus girl was treated for the flu and scarlet fever before her death, according to the coroner. Bartholomew County Coroner Clayton Nolting said Savanna Jessie was found unresponsive in her home Thursday morning and rushed to Columbus Regional...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana’s gotten approval for a new work requirement for the Healthy Indiana Plan—and some federal cash with it. The three-year renewal comes with nearly a quarter-million dolars in federal money to expand drug treatment. And it requires recipients to work at...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Lafayette man will spend 25 years in prison for running a meth ring that stretched from Indiana to Mexico. When Kyle Balser, 35, was arrested in December 2016 after a police chase through White County, police found him in possession of nearly $18,000 in cash...
STATEWIDE -- The number of meth labs found throughout Indiana have dropped significantly according to Indiana State Police. In 2017, ISP reported only seizing 375 meth labs, which may seem like a lot, but that is actually a 75-percent drop compared to 2016. Two years ago state...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people have been arrested in connection with at least 25 overdoses reported in a 24-hour period around the Wheeler Mission in downtown Indianapolis. Since Wednesday, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services...
RANDOLPH COUNTY, Ind. -- A Randolph County man is behind bars in Randolph County, charged with rape, child molestation, and incest. Douglas Hunt, Jr., 60, of Lynn, was arrested Thursday in rural Delaware County following a brief investigation by the Randolph County Sheriff's...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly isn't ruling out a border wall as part of a deal to end a stalemate on immigration. Donnelly was part of a bipartisan group of 23 senators which helped end the government shutdown last month. He says that group is still meeting and...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind- -The City of Noblesville has become the first in Indiana to subscribe its public safety departments to FirstNet – a new lifesaving communications platform. With this move, all of the city’s police, fire and EMS personnel have access to advanced technologies...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Uber driver is in the hospital after police say he was shot in a road rage incident Thursday night. IMPD says it started near 46th and Evanston around 11 p.m. Thursday. Investigators say a black Dodge Charger cut off the driver then started shooting at him...