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INDIANAPOLIS -- Anthem, Inc. says it will keep its corporate headquarters in Indianapolis and spend $20 million to renovate one of the company’s existing office spaces located near Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The insurance company says it plans to consolidate its two downtown...
INDIANAPOLIS --A shooting killed one man and injured a woman on the east side of Indianapolis Tuesday morning. Police say it happened around 1:40 am in the parking lot of a closed Marsh store near the intersection of 21st street and Post Road. The man who died was in his 30s...
WASHINGTON --North Korea must meet with Pres. Trump and agree to give up its nuclear weapons program, or face the same consequences that Muammar Gaddafi faced in Libya, where he was taken from power, captured and eventually killed, says Vice President Mike Pence. Pence...
INDIANAPOLIS --An arrest warrant for murder has been issued for a man the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) believe killed another man on Saturday. Investigators are searching for Harold Pulliam and they are asking for your help finding him. They think Pulliam...
HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind --A guidance counselor is accused of stealing prescription drugs from New Palestine High School. Michelle Long has been removed from duty while the investigation takes place. New Palestine High School administrators say they were told that prescription...
NEW CASTLE, Ind --Famous Indiana artist, Robert Indiana, has died. Indiana was best known for his LOVE sculptures where the famous image features the word L-O-V-E rendered in colorful capital letters, with the first two letters stacked on top of the other two, and the letter “O...
(CROWN POINT, Ind.) - Lake County's review of more than 200 untested rape kits has produced its first criminal charges. A state-ordered inventory in December found more than 2,500 rape kits statewide with no clear explanation of why they'd never been tested. Lake County...
BRAZIL, Ind. -- The Clay County Sheriff’s Office spent thousands of dollars to send a chief deputy to interview a job candidate who ultimately turned down the position. Records obtained by RTV6 shows Chief Deputy Josh Clarke traveled 4,300 miles to Hawaii from January 7 through...
INDIANAPOLIS --In 1971 two men from Gibson County decided to leave their jobs. They moved to Indianapolis and lived it up, until they, and another man they lived with, were murdered. Their story involved murder, mayhem, and microfilm. A senational case "It was a very sensational...