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JENNINGS COUNTY, Ind. – A Butlerville man is in custody after a shootout and standoff with officers early Saturday morning. Police say they were called to the 5700 block of N. County Road 750 East near Butlerville, not far from the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center and the Big...
INDIANAPOLIS--You can blame oil prices. Gas in Indiana is back up. You're paying about $2.31 on average, says gasbuddy.com. That's just behind the national average of $2.32. Gas started heading back up when crude oil went back up over $50 a barrel. The cheapest gas in Indiana is...
INDIANAPOLIS--You may remember Ryan White, the young man from Indiana who died of AIDS and whose story became important in the fight against the disease. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is releasing letters sent to White after the teenager contracted AIDS from a blood...
INDIANAPOLIS -- IUPUI is trying a new approach to recoup more than $11 million in old debt, and it involves going after former students’ tax refunds. Yoskisha Rollins checked the status of her tax return and was shocked to see IUPUI put a hold on $306 of it. “I was taken back,”...
A controversial "abortion reversal" bill is done for the year at the statehouse. The Senate declined to hear a House-passed bill requiring doctors to tell women seeking the so-called morning-after pill that a second pill can block the first if they change their mind. President...
Governor Holcomb is holding out for his original funding request for preschool. The House went along with Holcomb in doubling the money for state-funded preschool, but the Senate cut that increase in half. Holcomb says it's of "paramount importance" to reach more students than...
SOUTHPORT, IN -- A Florida college student is accused of coming to Indiana over the weekend so he could “steal” a woman he met online and force her to marry him. Indiana State Police were called to a disturbance at Interstate 65 between Whiteland and Franklin around 3:30 p.m...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Calls from scammers are nothing new, but there's a new wave of phone scams targeting older Hoosiers that you need to know about. Tim Maniscalo, President and CEO of the Central Indiana Better Business Bureau, calls it the "grandparents scam". "Somebody will call...
Tolls are in and cigarette taxes are out if Governor Holcomb gets his way in a final road funding bill. Holcomb is offering his most specific ideas so far on the final shape of a road funding plan. He says the cost of building and maintaining roads should fall on those who drive...