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INDIANAPOLIS--The deadliest year for murders in Indianapolis' history continues with another murder that happened Wednesday. Police say it occurred near an apartment complex on the northeast side of Indy in the 4100 block of Newburgh Drive around 5:30 pm. When officers got there...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Hamilton Township Volunteer firefighter died Wednesday at the fire station, hours after he helped battle an early morning barn fire. Delaware County Coroner Scott Hahn said Jeffery Alan Blackmer, 42, was found unresponsive at the fire station just before 10 a.m...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - How the tax bill affects you depends on a lot of things, but you've got one big advantage: you're in Indiana. 11 Republicans from California, New York and New Jersey joined Democrats in voting against the bill. The combination of high housing costs and state and...
ELWOOD, Ind. -- An Elwood police officer is in trouble for hitting a street sign with his patrol car and driving away. It happened Monday morning near the intersection of Hartman Road and Broadway in Anderson. Madison Co. Sheriff Scott Mellinger says Patrolman William Maluvac...
PENDLETON, Ind. -- A former corrections officer at the Pendleton Correctional Facility is facing felony charges alleging she became pregnant by an inmate while working at the prison. In a probable cause affidavit filed in Madison County Circuit Court earlier this month,...
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Republicans' tax cut bill includes a provision to help you send your kids to private school. Once the law takes effect on New Year's Day, it'll allow you to use 529 CollegeChoice accounts to pay for K-12 expenses as well. Your interest on those accounts is...
McCORDSVILLE, Ind . -- A McCordsville woman is charged with felony child neglect after her 5-year-old son missed school too many times. Hancock County Prosecutors say the son of Desier Gootee, 22, has missed school or showed up late 25 times since the start of the school year...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- One Hoosier sheriff says he's seeing an increase in the number of women who are being arrested and spending time behind bars. "Over the years the female population has exploded and it's not just in Johnson County, it's across the state as a whole," says Johnson...
RTV6 contributed to this story. INDIANAPOLIS --Buying and selling on apps made for that can be a good way to save money on things you need. It can also be a way to get yourself robbed. Melissa Buergelin and her husband found that out when they tried to sell their washer to a...