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INDIANAPOLIS -- Two suspects, one seen grinning in surveillance photos, stole a woman's credit card last month and spent thousands of dollars using it, police say. The victim's wallet was stolen out of her purse while she was eating at Sullivan's Steakhouse on E. 86th Street in...
ANDERSON, Ind- -Being locked in a basement with no food, water, or place to go. That's what police say happened to children in Anderson who are 8, 10, 11, and 13 years old. Connie Campos and her husband, Javier, have been charged with four counts of neglect of a dependent. One...
WAYNE TOWNSHIP- -A shortage of life-saving drugs could affect the ability of first responders to treat patients. Lt. Jonathan Abernathy with the Wayne Township Fire Department says his crews are having to make changes in the way they give patients certain medicines because of...
BOONE COUNTY, Ind- -A man was critically injured in an accident where a box truck driven by a man from Indianapolis hit the back of his tractor Tuesday afternoon in Boone County. Joseph Garst of Thorntown was driving his tractor in the right lane of on U.S. 52 going south. A...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A day after a one-day special session, legislators have ordered a study of the pros and cons of legalizing sports betting in Indiana. Sports betting was a last-minute add to a roster of 52 topics for legislative study committees, after Monday's Supreme Court...
GREENFIELD, Ind. -- A Greenfield man ran from the Hancock County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon while police were attempting to serve a warrant on him. The man, who Hancock County dispatchers have identified as Tyrus Drane, is described as being 5 foot 8 inches tall, 160 pounds...
MARION, Ind. -- A wanted man from Marion was arrested after police found him hiding in a dryer. Grant County Crime Stoppers put out a call for help Monday morning, asking the public for tips on the whereabouts of 36-year-old Joseph Floriana Jr. Floriana was wanted on active...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - New money for school security authorized by Monday's special session can be made available immediately. But state agencies are piecing together how to get it to schools. At Governor Holcomb's request, legislators released an extra $5 million in grants, and $35...
LEBANON, Ind. --When police officers go to work, they know they might not come back. They do it for pay that won't make them rich. Some don't come home. That is why May 15 was set aside by Pres. John F. Kennedy, as Peace Officer's Memorial Day. In Lebanon, the Boone County...