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(INDIANAPOLIS) - After moving steadily through the House and Senate, a bill eliminating some point-of-purchase background checks for gun buyers may have hit a snag in the aftermath of last week's school shooting in Florida. Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) says...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A former IU student faces multiple charges for dealing drugs out of the Tau Kappa Epsilon House. Indiana University Campus Police Department says Levi Lewis of Greencastle sold pot and other drugs from his room at the TKE house. Separate searches of his car...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- A local disaster emergency has been declared for South Bend by Mayor Pete Buttigieg after flooding along the St. Joseph River has caused damage to homes, businesses and bridges. "What's worrying us right now is damage to infrastructures," says St. Joseph...
INDIANAPOLIS --A fire severely damaged a business Thursday morning. Firefighters made their way to Honeycomb Products at 405 W. Raymond Street around 4:30 am. They tried to get the fire under control while also making sure they didn't rupture any gas tanks that were stored at...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has named their witnesses to testify in a civil lawsuit filed against two officers accused of shooting and killing Aaron Bailey during an attempted traffic stop last year. In the federal court filing, IMPD...
INDIANAPOLIS --A woman is dead and a firefighter is injured because of a fire at a home near 38th street and Capitol Avenue early Thursday morning. Firefighters arrived at the home around 2:20 am and neighbors told them a woman was inside. They went inside, pulled the woman out...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Several high school basketball players have been suspended by the Indiana High School Athletics Association for playing on a "non-sanctioned" league during the 2017-18 basketball season. In total, eight players were suspended for anywhere from one to four games...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Small business got a tax break they've sought for years in December's tax cut bill. But the National Federation of Independent Business says its members were bullish on the economy even before that. NFIB president Juanita Duggan is in Indianapolis for a state...
STATE HOUSE --Savannah's Law will soon be law and that mean's you'll be able to ask for a carbon monoxide test for the inside of your car from your fire department. Not all fire departments in Indiana have the testing devices yet, but when they get one, the test will be free and...