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KOKOMO, Ind. -- It's one of the biggest drug bust ever in Howard County. Kokomo police have arrested 50 people in the second part of a drug investigation and they expect to make more arrests. It's Part 2 of what is known as "Operation Law and Order." "Over the past several weeks...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- This Indiana college hopes to fly to new heights with this change. Ball State University announced that beginning fall of 2019 potential cardinals won't be required to give SAT or ACT scores for admission. We have made an important policy change that will provide...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis student who was stranded overseas after he severely injured his back has made it back home. Alex Kalscheur, 18, fell 30 feet from a wall while stargazing when he was visiting a friend in France. The fall broke two vertebrae in his back. After a...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Tony Stewart might not be a member of the Columbus Police Department, but he's certainly the star of the department's new Lip Sync Challenge video. The video starts with officers chasing Stewart (a Columbus native) down a country road. His offense? Well, it...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Hoosiers who live in federally-owned government housing are no longer allowed to smoke inside their homes. A new anti-smoking policy went into effect Monday. In November 2016, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced a rule that requires...
DECATUR TOWNSHIP, Ind. -- The first Safe Haven Baby Box in central Indiana is officially in service. The box at the Decatur Township Fire Department on Foltz Street is the third one in the state of Indiana, but the first one to be installed in central Indiana. The box was...
WESTFIELD, Ind. --Taking revealing photos of a woman at a Walmart is what two men in Westfield are accused of doing. It happened at the Walmart on 151st street just before noon on July 23rd. The Westfield Police Department says one of the men (on the left in the picture)...
CARMEL, Ind. -- Hundreds of people from all different faiths gathered at a Carmel synagogue to show their love for the Jewish community after someone left hateful anti-Semitic graffiti on one of their buildings. The ground was burned while swastikas and iron crosses were painted...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Gov. Eric Holcomb said Monday he would support a hate crimes law in Indiana. The push for a hate crimes bill in the state legislature for the upcoming session has gained more steam after Nazi symbols were spray painted on a building owned by the Shaarey Tefilla...