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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Secretary of State Connie Lawson will be on the ballot for reelection, despite a claim she's ineligible: Lawson served nearly three years as an appointed replacement for Charlie White, who was forced out when he was convicted of a felony. Frequent Libertarian...
GOSHEN, Ind. -- An 11-year-old girl from Goshen says she was stabbed by a syringe while washing her hands at a city park. Mercedes Bailey and her family visited Walnut Park on Sunday afternoon. Bailey told ABC 57 in South Bend that she went into the restroom to wash her hands...
HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind . -- A necropsy has revealed that Hendricks County K-9 Cade didn't die from heat related issues, as was originally believed, but from a condition called Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus. On July 16, the sheriff's office posted to their Facebook page, "Cade...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Plastics maker EnCom Polymers is planning to bring nearly 60 jobs to Evansville over the next three years. EnCom will upgrade its existing building on N. Sprint Road to include four new production lines, a lab line, an injection molder and a testing...
(FORT WAYNE, Ind.) - The man accused of molesting and murdering eight-year-old April Tinsley in Fort Wayne 30 years ago will be formally charged on Thursday. Allen County Prosecutor Karen Richards isn't discussing whether she'll seek the death penalty for John Miller, nor...
PITTSBURGH, Pa. --More than 3,000 members and leaders of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) came together in Pittsburgh for their biennial national convention in Pittsburgh July 13-16. The theme of this year's event was, "We care. We fight. We show up." It's a theme that...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A man in Lafayette cut out a very important part of his pants and then decided to go to the pool. His fellow swimmers weren't very impressed. Brian Myers cut out the crotch of his pants and paraded around the pool at his apartment complex last Friday afternoon...
INDIANAPOLIS --Only 14 people who survived the sinking on the U.S.S. Indianapolis are still alive. Six of those survivors are expected in Indianapolis this week to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of the sinking of their ship, and to honor their lost shipmates. The youngest...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Meth use appears to be making a comeback in Indiana. At least, that's according to Hendricks County Sheriff Brett Clark. "Meth is really making a come back," Clark said. "I think people are really starting to realize it's back again and it's really dangerous...