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(Photo: Eric Berman/WIBC) Indiana food banks are closing 2016 on an unexpected down note. Food donations normally go up at year's end, thanks to the combination of Christmas and people trying to squeeze in last-minute tax deductions. But the Indy Hunger Network says donations...
PHOTO: Chris Davis/Emmis INDIANAPOLIS-The Red Line has run into a snag. The Red Line is a part of the mass transit project that is planned for Indianapolis, but the first phase does not depend on the tax referendum passed in November. But, it does depend on Congress approving...
(Photo by f11photo / Thinkstock) Several places in Indiana won't wait for midnight to ring in the new year. At noon Indianapolis time on Saturday, it'll be 2017 in Bangkok, Jakarta, Hanoi -- and at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. For the eighth straight year, the museum...
(Photo courtesy of @delawaresheriff / Delaware County Sheriff's Department) MUNCIE, IND.--The all-clear has been given in Muncie after a box of explosives was discovered in front of a local business. The Delaware County Sheriff's Department arrived at PDQ Taxi on Jackson and...
(Photo by Joey Foley / Stringer / Getty Images) INDIANAPOLIS--The statewide regulations created in the wake of a fatal stage collapse at the state fairgrounds have expired. Seven people were killed and over 100 others injured when high winds toppled stage rigging and caused the...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. -- A person lost nearly $1,600 after being scammed through a text message Wednesday morning. Bartholomew Police Department Detective Jason Williams said the victim receives the message from a suspicious, possibly out of state...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The final suspect in the Richmond Hill Explosion was sentenced to prison Wednesday, finally bringing an end to criminal prosecutions in the case more than four years after the deadly blast. Marion County Judge Sheila Carlisle handed...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) MARION, Ind. -- The Marion Police Department is looking for a man who they say has been passing counterfeit $100 bills at several local businesses. Police say 10 businesses on Western Avenue received counterfeit money between Monday night and Tuesday...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- An Indiana lawmaker is proposing a bill that would allow Hoosiers to carry a handgun without a license. State Rep. Jim Lucas, R-Seymour, said there is a large increase in the number of people who are applying for a license to carry...