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INDIANAPOLIS – If you are used to driving along I-465 on the south side of Indianapolis, you might want to plan now for detours later this year. The Indiana Department of Transportation says it will close part of I-465 this fall for pavement and bridge repairs. Those repairs are...
INDIANAPOLIS --A landlord who tried to kick out a tenant who was sick and confined to a hospital bed will now have to pay over $200,000. Carolyn Smitley discriminated against Carolyn McGuffin, said a judge, who ordered Smitley and the Smitley Family Trust to pay the money...
LAWRENCE, Ind. -- An officer with the Lawrence Police Department was injured Wednesday in a crash involving a suspected drunken driver. The crash happened at about 2 a.m., near the intersection of 48th Street and Franklin Road. The officer involved in the crash was taken to...
WABASH COUNTY, Ind. -- A body found by a fisherman in Wabash County has been identified as a 20-year-old Indianapolis who was reported missing in early June. Family members said Alexis Serrano was last seen alive on June 2. He was reported missing on June 6. Indiana State Police...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A crash killed a woman Wednesday morning on I-70 near the Indianapolis International Airport. It happened in the westbound lanes of I-70 near Ronald Reagan Parkway around 5:30 am. Officers say 53-year-old Laura Moreno Bravo was in the median of I-70 with a flat...
OWEN COUNTY, Ind.- -Over 80 animals found living in filthy conditions by the Owen County Humane Society need new homes. The Owen County Humane Society posted on their Facebook page that they removed pot-bellied pigs, dogs, cats, goats, chickens, rabbits, and a rooster and guinea...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of schools in Indiana have been putting in their requests for free handheld metal detectors from a new Department of Administration program announced Monday. The Department of Administration has already received 160 requests from 37 different school...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A special prosecutor is being sought to investigate the allegations of sexual misconduct against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. A motion has been filed by Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry for a special prosecutor to be appointed by a judge. Hill has...
INDIANAPOLIS -- School districts in Indiana can request free metal detectors through a program launched Monday by Governor Eric Holcomb. School corporations that apply will receive one handheld metal detector for every 250 students in the district, at no cost. "Unfortunately we'...