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MUNCIE, Ind. – It could be a long, hot summer in jail for a Muncie man accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend with a barbecue grill. Muncie police say Clayvern Jernigan, 23, picked up a neighbor's small barbecue grill and swung it at his ex during an argument late last week. The...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --If the people who want to see Pres. Trump impeached were looking for some of the fuel to come from former Indiana senator and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, it didn't happen in his testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday morning...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. -- One person was killed and another was hospitalized Wednesday morning after a head-on crash near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The crash happened around 6 a.m., on 16th Street. Two vehicles crashed head-on in front of the speedway, killing one person. That...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Comcast will not be fined or cited after a cell phone video released in December showed several cars sliding off an icy road to avoid hitting a service truck. The viral video showed a Comcast worker blocking the westbound lane West Morris Street with just a few...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man was listed in serious condition after he was shot at Tarkington Park on the city's north side Tuesday evening. Aaron Hamer with Indianapolis police said the 27-year-old man was shot twice in the back, but when they arrived on scene he was awake and talking...
Indiana is pulling the plug on the contractor in charge of building I-69 from Bloomington to Martinsville. The state can't simply fire I-69 Development Partners. The deal to build the highway is a public-private partnership. Instead, the Indiana Finance Authority confirms it's...
(WTVF) - Creation Gardens, Inc., of Louisville, Kentucky, has recalled more than 22,000 pounds of raw ground beef and beef primal cuts due to the possibility of E. coli contamination. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) made the...
Indiana will serve more than 3 million school lunches this summer, even though school's out. This week marks the start of the annual Summer Food Service program. It's an offshoot of the federal school lunch program, and will serve daily meals across the state until schools start...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Get your forks and your wallets ready, because the Strawberry Festival is almost here! The 52nd annual Indy Strawberry Festival, hosted by the Cathedral Women of Christ Church Cathedral, is set for Thursday, June 8 on Monument Circle. This "berry good" event will...