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INDIANAPOLIS - A gas station clerk was hospitalized Thursday morning after they were shot by a gas station clerk on Indianapolis' southeast side. The incident happened around 3 a.m., at a Marathon gas station near the intersection of Sherman Drive and Raymond Street. A...
INDIANAPOLIS - You're getting money back from the BMV. The BMV has settled a class-action suit over 13 years of overcharges for driver's licenses and vehicle registrations. The bureau will issue 62-million dollars in credits on your next transaction, or send you a check if that'...
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis couple was forced to pay more than $30,000 in order to bring home their 2-day old baby from a Mexican hospital. Michaela and her husband were on vacation in Cancun when their child Beckham Ralph was born 28 weeks early by emergency C-section. The...
(CARMEL) - The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles is partnering with Carmel. Carmel's Palladium becomes the fifth official affiliate of the museum, and the third in the U.S. The Palladium is home to the Great American Songbook Foundation, which hosts a small upstairs exhibit space...
STATE WIDE --Neither getting in the pool, nor drinking a cold beer are good solutions for you in the heat. Dr. Jeremy Gagan , an emergency department doctor with Community Health North, says he expects there will be more people visiting emergency rooms in Indiana, with this week...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The death of former IU football star James Hardy was a suicide. Allen County officials said Wednesday afternoon that Hardy died from asphyxia caused by drowning, but didn't provide specific details on how it happened. 31-year-old Hardy was reported missing by his...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana closed the 2017 fiscal year with $1.8 billion in reserves. The reserve is actually down $400 million from last year. Legislators earmarked anything above 11.5% of spending for a one-time shot of cash for roads, to buy time for this year's long-term...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Carrier has announced plans to lay off 300 workers at its Indianapolis furnace factory on Thursday. Another 330 workers will be let go later this year as the company moves some of its operations to Monterrey, Mexico. The layoffs are part of a deal President Trump...
GREENWOOD, Ind. – The Greenwood City Council has approved the issuance of $4.1 million in bonds to pay for renovations to the building which houses the police department and city court. The money from the bonds will also be used to buy a gun range practice facility that has been...