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INDIANAPOLIS --14 protesters were arrested and removed from a busy downtown Indianapolis intersection at the peak of the evening rush hour Monday. They were part of a larger crowd blocking all lanes of Capitol Avenue at Ohio Street, outside the Indiana Statehouse. Using a loud...
SULLIVAN, Ind- -The son of a Terre Haute police officer killed in the line of duty was given a special trip to school Monday. 5-year-old Dakota Pitts returned to school in Sullivan for the first time since his father, Rob Pitts, was killed more than a week ago. Dakota wore his...
INDIANAPOLIS - - A federal Appeals Court has ruled against Hustler Hollywood in its lawsuit related to a potential store in Castleton. The court ruled that the City of Indianapolis did not violate the First Amendment rights of the store last year, when the city zoned Hustler...
FISHERS, Ind. --If you need to have a meeting or a wedding reception, you might get to see a piece of Hoosier history. The Chinese House at Conner Prairie is being renovated, and even though it's never been part of the public tours, the legacy of Eli Lilly at Conner Prairie is...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man lost both his legs Monday morning after he was struck by a train on Indianapolis' east side. The person was hit just after 8 a.m., on the train tracks near Mass Ave. and Rural Street. The train's engineer radioed dispatch after the man was hit, saying he...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The U.S. Supreme Court voted 6-3 Monday morning to do away with a federal ban on sports betting. The decision strikes down a ban on sports betting passed by Congress and signed into law by President George H.W. Bush in 1992. The Supreme Court decision is the...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Thelma Pauline Rector would have celebrated her 103rd birthday in March if not for the fall that led to her death nearly three months earlier. Rector, also known as "Granny," was always surrounded by family. Her husband of 62 years, Dale, died in 1994. As she...
WESTFIELD, Ind. --Last year on Memorial Day, Ronald Russell carried a 44 lb. backpack on a 22 mile walk. He did it not only to honor veterans, police officers and firefighters, but to experience a bit of the pain those people have gone through. He's doing it again this year, and...
INDIANAPOLIS – Votes on proposals involving the hunting of bobcats and disposal of captured wild animals will be made Tuesday by the Indiana Natural Resource Commission. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has proposed establishing a bobcat hunting season in southern...