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INDIANAPOLIS --Indianapolis has officially reached last year's homicide record after a person was found shot and killed near Fort Harrison State Park late Monday night. That victim was found by police with a gunshot wound and was still alive when police got there, but died from...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy is putting more police in neighborhoods in hopes of reversing a seven-year rise in the murder rate. Indy began transitioning back from large policing zones to more focused old-style police beats this year, with officers on patrol in 15 high-crime...
INDIANAPOLIS - After the hoopla of last year's bicentennial, Indiana returned to its traditional smaller-scale celebration of Statehood Day on Monday at the statehouse. Indiana became the 19th state on December 11, 1816. About 300 fourth-graders came to the statehouse for the...
HUNTINGTON COUNTY, Ind. -- The harassment and retaliation suit against a Huntington County judge will be heard in federal court. The case against Judge Thomas Hakes by chief probation officer Heather Malone will play out in the U.S. District Court of Northern Indiana. The case...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- One of the most popular sweet treats at Christmastime is the candy cane. And they make a lot of them during 'cane season' at the Martinsville Candy Kitchen. 29,000 last year alone. The shop and much of its equipment dates back nearly 100 years. John Badger...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new reports shows a record number of people are visiting Indiana and spending more in the process. The survey from Rockport Analytics shows 79 million people visited the Hoosier State in 2016. Those guests spent an estimated $12.2 billion. Those are both...
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- A grant from The Lilly Endowment will help keep phones ringing at Rose-Hulman's "Ask Rose" Homework Hotline. A grant of nearly $3 million will make math and science tutors available each school year through the end of 2020. Homework Hotline tutors held...
Abdul-Hakim Shabazz contributed to this story. INDIANAPOLIS --Is America seeing a revolution in the way women are treated? Maybe, says former senator Richard Lugar, who spoke this weekend at the University of Indianapolis. He also said that the way the Senate race in Alabama is...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's unlikely that Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb will be auditioning for The Voice at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in January. Governor Holcomb posted a video on his Twitter account on Sunday featuring a skit with Rev. Rob Fuquay with St. Luke's United Methodist...