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INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis woman trying to stop her eviction after losing her home in a tax sale has denied putting a curse on the county auditor's office. Fontane McAdams lives in the 200 block of Miley Avenue with her 88-year-old mother. County documents show the...
NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- Bob Evans says one case of Hepatitis A is linked to their restaurant on State Street in New Albany. If you ate at the restaurant between February 20 and March 9 and have any of the following symptoms, see a doctor right away: Abdominal pain or discomfort,...
RTV6's Erin Lisch contributed to this story. WASHINGTON, D.C. --Some students from Indiana want to lawmakers to change the way people can get guns, and it's because of school shootings like the one in Parkland, Fla. Thirty students from Indianapolis boarded a bus Friday morning...
INDIANAPOLIS – A Brownsburg man has been arrested for the murder after a missing man's body was found buried in a warehouse. Police say Jason Hancock, 48, was involved in the death of Michael Marks, 41, who went missing in late February. According to investigators, Marks’ body...
INDIANPOLIS- -It's something Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett called a "big deal." You could also put the emphasis on the word big. That's because a development phase of a $120 million project that will create thousands of jobs of Indianapolis' far west side held its official kick...
MADISON COUNTY, Ind. -- The death of a 4-month-old from Alexandria is under investigation by the Madison County Sheriff's Department and the Madison County Coroner. On February 27, the baby was sleeping with its mother and when the mother woke up, the baby was dead. It appeared...
STATEWIDE -- Are tornado sirens outdated? On TV Meteorologist said "yes" at the Central Indiana Severe Weather Symposium to kick off Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana "This is a product of WWI," said Meteorologist James Spann. "It's something that you could never hear...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's your money that state lawmakers are using to make an upcoming special session happen. It's to the tune of $30,000 a day, which goes toward paying your state Representatives and Senators to be there. However, many feel that lawmakers should not pocket these...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --The death penalty for high-level drug dealers is supported by Indiana Rep. Luke Messer (R-6th), who gave a speech about the opioid emergency after the U.S. House passed a bill that would fund the government for six more months and would provide $4 billion to...