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INDIANAPOLIS -- When the Oscars are on TV Sunday night, you probably won't be seeing any movies shot in Indiana winning Academy Awards. Because so few movies are shot here, you are missing out on the benefits that come along with the movie industry operating in your community...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Marion County Prosecutor's Office and Marion County Sheriff's Office announced a new partnership Thursday that aims to ensure witnesses make it to the stand when it's time for a trial. A sheriff's deputy has teamed up with two retired Indianapolis...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Although he's not ready to give specifics yet, Governor Eric Holcomb says he will release his recommendations on school safety in the next two weeks. The state's top education official was recently asked if she thinks the state is doing enough right now to keep...
LEBANON, Ind. -- A Lebanon City Councilman was found dead of an apparent suicide Thursday morning. Boone County Sheriff's Deputy Ken Conley says Councilman Jeremy Lamar was found dead at around 11:00 a.m. in a cemetery outside Lebanon. "[He was found at...
BOONE COUNTY, Ind. -- A Western Boone High School student was killed in a head-on crash Thursday morning in Boone County, Indiana. The crash happened on State Road 32, near 250 W., and involved two vehicles, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Office. Police say a 2007 white...
INDIANAPOLIS - - Indy Metro Police believe they now know what led to the death of man whose body was found on the bank of the White River. IMPD tells IndyStar that Dae Mehm, 19, was beaten and left to die for texting a woman who already had a boyfriend. His body was found near...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - (INDIANAPOLIS) - Two bills reducing fees and restrictions on guns are dead at the statehouse -- for the time being. The House had overwhelmingly approved a bill repealing the fee for lifetime gun permits, while exempting holders of five-year permits from...
HUNTINGTON, Ind- -50 years ago today, Huntington, Indiana, became the first American city to make and receive 911 calls. Congressman J. Edward Roush, a key proponent of the new emergency service, placed the first call from Indiana Bell Telephone Company to Fredric Dutt, a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- One owner of a local chain of liquor stores calls Indiana's new Sunday alcohol sales law "unnecessary." "It's only going to improve the sales of the grocers and the big-box stores," says Charles Key, the owner of Payless Liquors, which has 25 locations throughout...