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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Crispus Attucks basketball team has a date with history. In 1955, Crispus Attucks was the first all-black high school in the nation to win a state championship. On Saturday, they'll play Twin Lakes High School at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for a shot at their...
(PHOTO: RTV6) KOKOMO, IN -- With Severe Weather Preparedness Week in full swing throughout the state, many communities are gearing up for the height of the severe weather season. Probably more so in Kokomo, as it was just seven months ago that a tornado ripped through the Howard...
INDIANAPOLIS--If you've ever wanted to see a fire truck up close or meet the men and women who put on those heavy suits and masks to go into burning houses and save lives, you get the chance this Saturday. The Indianapolis Fire Dept. is having an open house at seven fire...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The U.S. House may vote on the American Health Care Act Thursday, which is the Republican plan to replace ObamaCare. Rep. Luke Messer (R), of Indiana's 6th District, spoke on the House floor this week to talk about how the Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, has...
ANDERSON, Ind. -- A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Madison County man after cocaine was discovered in the pocket of his pants, which his son wore to school, police say. On March 9, police were called to Erskine Elementary School when a teacher said one of her...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two more Marsh stores will be closing in Indianapolis by the beginning of April. The store at Madison Avenue on the south side of the city will be closing on March 25 at 5 p.m. and the store in the Nora Corners Shopping Center off of East 86th Street will close...
At the same time the U.S. Senate is opening hearings on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Indiana is starting the work of filling a state Supreme Court vacancy. Governor Holcomb doesn't directly choose a replacement for retiring Justice Robert Rucker. The seven-member...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The mother of a child brought to an Indianapolis funeral home days after its death says she hid her pregnancy, and the stillborn baby, out of fear of her strict, religious family. The body of Mialiah Dorsey was brought to Little & Sons Funeral Home last month...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A bit of financial support is on the way for Indy's crime-fighting neighborhood groups. The Indianapolis City-County Council voted 22-1 on Monday to provide $400,000 in funding to non-profit groups that work to prevent crime and provide conflict-resolution in...