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PORTER COUNTY, Ind. -- A probationary deputy with the Porter County Sheriff's Department has been terminated for indecent exposure. John Morris, 24, was fired June 8 after he admitted to exposing himself to four different women between May 3 and June 7. The incidents happened at...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new law aimed at keeping athletes safe in hot weather is set to take effect July 1. The measure, authored by State Rep. Ron Bacon (R-Chandler), says all interscholastic and intramural coaches in Indiana must complete and pass a course on heat preparedness...
VALPARAISO, Ind. -- An Indiana woman was arrested after she dragged a salon employee across a parking lot when she was unhappy with the work done on her nails, police say. Charley Fowler, 28, complained to employees at the Diamond & Nails Spa in Valparaiso, according to the...
(BLOOMINGTON, Ind.) - The approval of AT&T's merger with TimeWarner doesn't necessarily clear the path for the next big media merger. Comcast is in a bidding war with Disney to buy Fox's movie and T-V production divisions. Its bid was delayed to await the TimeWarner ruling...
MUNCIE, Ind. – Garfield the Cat, Indiana's most famous feline, has turned 40. The cartoon cat, created by Muncie native and Ball State graduate Jim Davis, first appeared in 41 newspapers on June 19, 1978. Today, the strip appears in more than 2,400 newspapers and reaches 200...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A man using a tractor and front-loader died Monday in Bartholomew County after the tractor flipped. David Eckert, 38, was using a tractor to fill a hole with gravel and was positioned on a steep incline when the load shifted and the tractor rolled over, said...
INDIANAPOLIS -- With the city’s most recent two murders over the weekend, Indianapolis’ Far Eastside Neighborhood reached a total of 11 for the year – tying its 2016 and 2017 year-end totals. It’s a dubious milestone with more than half of the year remaining. Citywide,...
CARMEL, Ind. --A new soliciting ordinance will go into effect in Carmel, but that ordinance will not include a "no-knock" proposal. Carmel City Council members were looking at a proposal in which Carmel residents who didn’t want solicitors coming to their home to register their...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A needle exchange program is coming to Marion County. Marion Co. Public Health Department Director Virginia A. Caine, M.D., proposed the county's first-ever syringe service program after declaring a public health epidemic in May due to a rise in the number of...