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INDIANAPOLIS -- You could soon pay more on your IPL bill if state regulators approve the company’s proposed rate increase. The average customer will pay about $11/month more on their bill if the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission greenlights IPL’s proposal. Citizens Action...
INDIANAPOLIS --It was July 9, 2017 when Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers discovered 53-year-old Jerry Eldridge was shot and killed. After nearly a year, IMPD has made an arrest in that case. They have taken 52-year-old Vicki Harper into custody and...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A fundraiser is being held to raise money for the owner of Acapulco Joe's, who was severely beaten by a customer in March, and for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's Victim Assistance Fund. Grant Redmond was beaten unconscious by a customer trying...
INDIANAPOLIS --The special guest listed as attending a tax event in Indianapolis next week is Vice President Mike Pence. The informational event is put on by America First. It is for Hoosiers to discuss how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact taxpayers in Indiana and around...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Firefighters at Wayne Township Station 82 opened the door early Friday morning to a one-of-a-kind request for help: A frantic woman, distressed because her pet raccoon was stoned off of too much weed. The raccoon, according to Wayne Township Fire Dept. PIO Capt...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. -- A 23-year-old Indianapolis man was taken into custody early Monday morning on preliminary charges of battery and involuntary manslaughter in connection with a fatal attack in Speedway. Speedway police were called on a report of a family disturbance in the 5300...
LaPORTE COUNTY, Ind. -- A LaPorte County man faces nearly a dozen state and federal charges for producing child pornography and making homemade bombs. The indictment against 45-year-old Eric Weiler, announced Monday by U.S. Attorney Thomas Kirsch III, includes the following...
GREENFIELD, Ind. -- Somebody's 4/20 celebration may have been spoiled today. Those the words of Indiana State Police Sgt. John Perrine on Twitter this afternoon, as a traffic stop yielded 78 pounds of marijuana along I-70 in Greenfield. Somebody’s 4/20 celebration is canceled #...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The best way to solve Indiana's high infant death rate is to keep women healthier before they get pregnant. That's the prescription of the state health commissioner. Indiana has struggled for decades with a high infant mortality rate -- it's currently the ninth-...