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INDIANAPOLIS -- The retired Indianapolis fertility doctor who lied to investigators about inseminating patients with his own sperm will not go to jail. Dr. Donald Cline, 79, pleaded guilty to two counts of obstruction of justice in a Marion County court on Thursday. Prosecutors...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The year-long EPA cleanup project at Indy's American Lead Superfund site is finally over. The agency says it has "completed removal of known lead-contaminated soil" in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood. The contamination came from the American Lead smelter...
VANDERBURGH COUNTY, Ind. --Raping a female relative is the charge against Bobby Ward, 56, of Vanderburgh County. The person who says she was raped described being disoriented and in and out pf consciousness when it happened. Investigators said the victim says Ward made her some...
PAOLI, Ind. -- If you're ready to hit the slopes, then Paoli Peaks is ready for you. The southern Indiana ski resort will open for the season on Friday. Resort general manager Rick Mullen says you can expect plenty of snow whether you're skiing, snowboarding, or snow-tubing...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - An Indianapolis software firm is more than doubling its workforce. Lessonly will add up to 102 workers over the next three years. The designer of sales and customer-service training modules has grown steadily since getting started five years ago, and now has 83...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. -- A car fleeing from police crashed into a Speedway, Indiana house Thursday morning, officers say. The incident happened around 8 a.m., when an officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department noticed a person possibly sleeping in a car near the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Paul George said afterwards that he was "glad the circus was over with; now everybody can move on." Yet, many would argue that George was the one who caused the circus when Paul George asked the Indiana Pacers to trade him last year. His preferred destination was...
INDIANAPOLIS -- As many as 7,400 IPL customers were temporarily without power Wednesday night, including businesses and restaurants in the popular Mass Ave district. According to the National Weather Service, Indianapolis experienced an isolated gust of 50 mph winds shortly...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A study committee recommended against expanding cold beer sales in Indiana. But a less-talked-about recommendation could eventually change that "no" to "yes." The panel has recommended higher permit fees to sell alcohol, higher fines for violations, and higher...