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LAWRENCE, Ind. -- Lawrence Police continue to search for the person who shot at one of their officers after a Friday morning traffic stop. The shooting happened near the intersection of 42nd Street and Post Road at around 10 a.m. An officer was conducting a traffic stop on a...
STATE HOUSE --Just because it's 4/20 doesn't mean you can smoke marijuana legally. It's not an amnesty day. But, some people who support medical cannabis will be at a rally outside the governor's mansion to make sure Gov. Holcomb knows they believe he should support it, too. "...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. --A convicted child molester was shot several times by police when he pointed a fake gun at them, said police. Evansville investigators believe he raped a woman, then came back while they were still there investigating at an apartment complex Wednesday night. "...
GREENCASTLE, Ind --Steps are being taken at DePauw University to address recent racist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic messages that appeared on campus. DePauw administrators released a community action letter that lays out 10 steps the university will take. The letter starts off...
BOONE COUNTY, Ind. -- New jailhouse pictures that appear to glorify and praise the man accused of murdering Boone County Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Pickett are now on the Internet. "Outright despicable. It makes me sick to my stomach that this can reach social media," said Boone...
INDIANAPOLIS --A triple shooting on the west side of Indianapolis Thursday night killed 1 woman and wounded two men. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers say it happened just before 10 pm in the 1200 block of Manhattan Avenue. That's in a neighborhood near...
WESTFIELD, Ind. -- Two people were killed Thursday morning in a crash in Westfield, Indiana. The two-vehicle crash happened at about 9 a.m., near the intersection of State Road 32 and Joliet Road. When officers arrived to the scene, they found a Buick sedan and a Chevrolet SUV...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Gardens of blue-and-white pinwheels are sprouting across Indiana in April to mark Child Abuse Prevention Month. Prevent Child Abuse Indiana program director Sharon Pierce notes 84,000 children are born in Indiana each year. Children's Bureau CEO Tina Cloer says...
COLUMBUS, Ind. — A Columbus city councilman and substitute teacher was involved in a scuffle with a student Friday at Columbus North High School that resulted in Columbus Police referring the matter to Indiana State Police. Frank Jerome, a Republican city council member,...