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INDIANAPOLIS -- A person was found dead in a vehicle on Indianapolis' northeast side Tuesday night. IMPD says 22-year-old James Matthews was found dead inside the car along Schofield Avenue near the intersection of 34th and Ralston streets. Police initially said the man had been...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana lawmakers are discussing a resolution that would assign a summer study committee to review whether Indiana should switch all of its 92 counties over to the same time zone - Central Time. There are currently 12 Indiana counties that are in the Central time...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has reduced the amount of money it will ask taxpayers to approve in the May referendum after hearing concerns from homeowners and business leaders about how much they would be asked to pay. The district's initial plan was to...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A 7-year-old boy reported missing in Indianapolis Tuesday evening has been found safe. Family members reported the boy, Jimaurio Laye, missing after they said he never came home after getting off the bus near his apartment in the area of Township Line Road and...
INDIANAPOLIS --The first debate between the three Republican candidates who are running against each other for the chance to run against Democrat Joe Donnelly, in the general election, was in the Emmis Communications lobby in Indianapolis, Tuesday night. Tony Katz, host of Tony...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis police are looking for a man accused of filming patrons in the showers at the Irsay Family YMCA downtown. Officers were called to the YMCA at 430 S. Alabama Street around 9 p.m. Monday on a report of possible voyeurism. When they arrived, a YMCA...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - One more vote at the statehouse will make Sunday alcohol sales a reality. The House has cast its second overwhelming vote to repeal the century-old ban on Sunday sales. This version's different because it would legalize Sunday sales as soon as Governor Holcomb...
INDIANAPOLIS -- With a new president at the helm of the City-County Council, the fired staffers are coming back to work. City-County Council Clerk Natrina DeBow returned to work Tuesday. She was fired Jan. 31 by then-President Stephen Clay. Monday night, Clay stepped down and...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Your kids won't be required to take computer science classes, but legislators are moving closer to requiring schools to offer them. Nearly half Indiana schools offer computer science. Governor Holcomb wants to require all schools to offer it, starting in 2021...