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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...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Consultants evaluating Indiana's child-welfare agency are looking not just at a shortage of caseworkers, but a shortage of staff attorneys: The Alabama-based Child Welfare Policy and Practice Group says conversations with judges and others from outside the...
STATE HOUSE --You can now buy alcoholic beverages on Sunday in Indiana. It's a change in the law that has made people who have been lobbying for it happy, but it may not have a huge impact on the economy. "We're getting ready for staffing," said Jon Synder, owner of Crown Liquor...
HAMMOND, Ind. -- The US Attorney in northern Indiana wants the death penalty for an accused gang leader and husband of a Gary City councilor. 42-year-old Teddy Caldwell is charged with conspiracy, drug dealing and murder as he stands accused of killing two men in the last year...
GREENWOOD, Ind. -- A Greenwood Police officer is in the hospital after investigators say he was hit by a vehicle while directing traffic. Police say Officer Scott Cottongim was hit around 7:15 a.m. Thursday near Center Grove High School on Stones Crossing Road. Greenwood Police...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people were shot Thursday morning on Indianapolis' near-west side. The shooting happened around 5:30 a.m., in the 600 block of N. Eugene Street near 30th and Martin Luther King Street. According to a spokesperson with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police...
INDIANAPOLIS — The City-County Council said time is of the essence to fix the streets of Indianapolis. That's why they are a step closer to taking $14 million, mostly out of reserves, to ramp up the efforts to fill potholes around Indianapolis. That $14 million will allow the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Ben Davis High School student was arrested Wednesday for making a threat against the school on social media. Superintendent of Wayne Township schools, Dr. Jeff Butts, said on Twitter that school administrators received information late Wednesday morning about a...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb wants new safety protections for schools before the legislature adjourns in two weeks: Holcomb says he met for two hours Tuesday with agency heads across state government to discuss ways to make sure pupils are safe. He says he'll announce...