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RIPLEY COUNTY, Ind. -- Sheriff's deputies in Ripley County have begun using a new system to help them better respond to residents with special needs. Sheriff Jeff Cumberworth says that starting this week, his office is implementing a new computer database which deputies can...
FISHERS, Ind. -- A man was arrested after state police say he threw items, including a 2 x 4 and rocks, at cars on I-69 in Fishers. Dayna Francis was driving south on I-69 near mile marker 205 in Fishers Friday morning when she saw a few pieces of debris in the road. "I was...
INDIANAPOLIS -- One of 26 defendants in the federal case against convicted Indianapolis drug trafficker Richard Grundy III has agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with prosecutors, according to documents filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of...
INDIANAPOLIS- -A woman was shot inside a home Tuesday morning on the east side of Indianapolis and she is critically injured. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) say a shot was fired into the woman’s home on Maura Lane near Post Road and 38th...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators will get a second chance at passing a school-safety bill, and Indiana's state school superintendent wants some changes. The House ran out of time before it could vote on a bill adding five-million dollars to a school security grant fund...
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire --The strategy for cutting down on opiod abuse includes cutting down on opioid use, and also cutting down on illegal opioid dealers. Pres. Trump's announcement on how to deal with the national emergency came at the drop-in treatment facility in...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A popular downtown one-way route will change into a two-way street this year. From Fall Creek to 10th Street, Central Avenue is currently a one-way southbound. It was a popular morning commute route to downtown Indianapolis, until construction closed the Fall...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Governor Holcomb is bringing legislators back in May for the first special session in nine years. The regular session ended last week with chaos and finger-pointing after the House ran out of time with a half-dozen bills still unvoted on by the midnight deadline...
STATE WIDE --You might believe that your town can't be hit by a tornado because there's an Indian mound to the west and you're protected. That's one of many myths about tornadoes that people believe, despite plenty of scientific data that shows tornadoes are a scientific...