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WASHINGTON, D.C .--In DC this week Republicans have been talking about the next try at repealing ObamaCare. In Boone County, Rylin Rogers told Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly she's scared that if they do that, her kids won't get the medicine they need. "I have to speak to the fear of...
LIZTON, Ind. -- Five schools are closed in Hendricks County Wednesday due to a water main break. Tri-West High School, and three North West Hendricks elementary schools are closed as crews work to repair a ruptured water main near Brownsburg. North West Hendricks Elementary...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A former Franklin Township teacher was arrested and charged after she had a sexual relationship with a student and gave them drugs, police said Tuesday afternoon. Kathryn Hagan, 38, is a former algebra teacher with Franklin Central High School. Police say she had...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The last place you’d expect to see a toilet is along the Monon Trail – yet a golden one exists. A series of mysterious golden “Trump” toilets have been found around Indianapolis and in the Muncie area. Each toilet reads, “Take a Trump.” The one spotted along the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- You've probably heard stories about a prisoner receiving a cake with a file baked into it, but what about a greeting card laced with drugs? The Indy Star reports that Indiana's prisons have banned greeting cards of all kinds because people have been dousing the...
Governor Holcomb has signed a controversial alcohol bill. The bill grandfathers in businesses which already have permits to sell carryout cold beer. But Ricker's convenience stores, whose unexpected permits for in-store burrito restaurants in Sheridan and Columbus ignited the...
46 Indiana state troopers have died in the line of duty. The department has paid tribute with its annual memorial service. Current and former troopers and a handful of family members gathered at the State Police Memorial at the Indianapolis post for the annual roll call of 45...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The money to help fight drugs in Indiana is still in the federal budget. It's part of the deal in DC to keep the government from shutting down, said Sen. Joe Donnelly. The bill will fund the federal government through the end of September. It includes money to...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Two-thousand people are going to be hired right here in Indianapolis. That's thanks to India-based tech company Infosys. "We are announcing our commitment to bring 10,000 Americans into our workforce over the next two years," said CEO Dr. Visha Sikka at a...