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STATE WIDE--It takes a lot of hard work to make it to the top. For Miss Indiana USA Brittany Winchester, it took three years of working a full-time job as an architectural interior designer and preparing for the pageant before she actually won. Now she's going for the top prize...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The trial for a man accused of killing his 3-month-old daughter begins Monday morning in Marion County. Jeffrey Fairbanks, 45, faces charges of murder and neglect of a dependent resulting in death after Janna Rivera disappeared in May 2015. Police have not been...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Police have arrested a man in connection with a deadly hit-and-run on Indianapolis’ west side early Sunday morning. The crash happened just after midnight on 34th Street at the intersection of Moller Road. Police say a Dodge Neon was hit by a Volkswagon Passat...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- More than 150 people were either arrested or cited in Bloomington over the weekend during the annual, "Little 500" bike race celebration at the Indiana University campus, but police are warning women after two separate abduction attempts early Sunday morning...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – If you’re a country music fan in central Indiana, you’ve heard his warm and friendly voice come through your radio speakers to introduce your favorite song, give away tickets to an upcoming concert or simply talk to you as if you were the only one listening...
HARRISON CO., Ind. -- Actress Erin Moran, who played Joanie Cunningham in the popular TV sitcom "Happy Days", died Saturday. She was 56. Authorities in Harrison County have not said how Moran died. Authorities say she was found unresponsive after they received an emergency call...
Republican legislative leaders are celebrating the end of a session they say accomplished all their goals for the year. Democrats see more of a mixed bag. All but nine of the 30 House Democrats voted against Republicans' 20-year road funding plan -- Senate Democrats split down...
A year after repealing the ISTEP exam, legislators have set the guidelines for what will replace it. Indiana will still commission its own, Indiana-specific exam. But House Speaker Brian Bosma says the State Board of Education has instructions for seeking bids that will produce...
Legislators have given final approval to a plan they say will fund Indiana's roads for 20 years. The House and Senate gave overwhelming endorsement to a bill which Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley says will eventually bring in $1.2 billion a year to build new roads and...