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INDIANAPOLIS --A woman is dead and a firefighter is injured because of a fire at a home near 38th street and Capitol Avenue early Thursday morning. Firefighters arrived at the home around 2:20 am and neighbors told them a woman was inside. They went inside, pulled the woman out...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Several high school basketball players have been suspended by the Indiana High School Athletics Association for playing on a "non-sanctioned" league during the 2017-18 basketball season. In total, eight players were suspended for anywhere from one to four games...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Small business got a tax break they've sought for years in December's tax cut bill. But the National Federation of Independent Business says its members were bullish on the economy even before that. NFIB president Juanita Duggan is in Indianapolis for a state...
STATE HOUSE --Savannah's Law will soon be law and that mean's you'll be able to ask for a carbon monoxide test for the inside of your car from your fire department. Not all fire departments in Indiana have the testing devices yet, but when they get one, the test will be free and...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- After nearly two years of investigating, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has determined Indiana University did not violate Title IX in its handling of an alleged 2015 sexual assault involving two then-students. “I think that this...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The attorney for Manuel Orrego-Savala – the man accused of killing two people in a drunken driving crash last month – has filed a motion to suppress admissions Savala made to police at the scene. Attorney Jorge Torres, who is representing Savala in the case,...
INDIANAPOLIS - Five days after the Florida school shooting, Indiana legislators have advanced a bill to eliminate the fee for lifetime gun permits. A bill reducing the fee passed the Senate unanimously last month, but Minority Leader Tim Lanane says the Florida shooting demands...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Vectren has been making a lot of moves as of late, and another big move could be coming soon. Last week, Vectren said they would be lowering gas and electric rates thanks to the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in Congress. Now, the energy company says...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Department of Child Services has opened an investigation into a Pike Township school employee who allegedly admitted to sexually assaulting a student. The Metropolitan School District of Pike Township was notified earlier this week that DCS had spoken...