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FRANKLIN, Ind. -- A new hotel in Franklin has homeowners in the area worried about their property values. Local developers Rob and Amy Richardson proposed to build an 80-room Marriott hotel on Franklin’s east side, in the coming months. Dave Dowden said when he built his home...
FISHERS, Ind. -- The IKEA in Fishers, just a few months away from opening, is hosting a job fair for potential employees. The job fair will be Wednesday, July 26 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. in two locations, WorkOne Hamilton County at 300 N 17th St. and WorkOne East at 2525 N Shadeland...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A summer research camp for young students was shut down last week due to allegations of sexual misconduct and misbehavior. On Friday, participants of Camp DASH, a program for boys and girls ages 11-15 that teaches students how diet affects blood pressure...
MONTICELLO, IN – (RTV6) A Korean War veteran who was reported missing in 1950 will be laid to rest in Indiana. Max Harris was captured during the war when U.S. troops were attacked by Chinese soldiers. As more than 1,500 U.S. troops withdrew from the south, it was assumed the...
MONROE COUNTY, IN – (RTV6) Indiana State Police are trying to find a man who is impersonating an officer in Monroe County. Police said the man, who identified himself as an Indiana State Police trooper, was driving a black Ford Mustang with a thin blue line painted on the front...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Indiana should be a model for how the country's finances are handled in Washington, said Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), on the U.S. House floor Tuesday. “Mr. Speaker, here in Washington, we are currently in the middle of an important debate on the federal budget. It...
Indiana is launching a new savings program for the disabled. Congress authorized states three years ago to establish programs called ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) accounts. The account works like College Choice savings accounts, with no taxes on the interest, and...
INDIANAPOLIS --Two 17-year-olds have been arrested and charged in a series of hold-ups and robberies in southwest Indianapolis. IMPD investigators say they believe Dujuan Love and Auntez Dupree, both 17, hit the same Phillips 66 three times within the span of just a few days ...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A new justice center in Indianapolis is now one step closer to being built. The City-County Council voted Monday night to approve $20 million in funding for the design and planning of the $570 million project. However, some opponents say the money should be...