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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...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Indiana University basketball coach Bob Knight will be in Indianapolis Saturday, signing autographs and meeting fans. The former coach will be at the Collector's Den in Circle Centre Mall from 1-2 p.m. He will also be available to pose for photos. The...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A man was arrested Saturday afternoon after attacking police and a Goodwill clerk in Muncie, Indiana, police said. Police were called to the Goodwill after a caller said a man was preaching and putting his hands on customers. When they arrived, police found...
SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. -- Police are asking for the public's help to find four motorcyclists who are believed to be responsible for a crash that killed a young mother in Shelby County last week. The incident happened on East State Road 44 near County Road 325 shortly after 7 o'...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Bryan Roach has recommended that an officer involved in a drunken altercation while off-duty be terminated from the police force. The Marion County Prosecutor's office has charged Corey Heiny with battery, disorderly conduct...
Instead of rewriting Indiana's alcohol laws to plug a loophole, legislative leaders are changing tactics. House and Senate leaders vowed to tighten the definition of a restaurant after two Ricker's convenience stores installed enough tables to legally serve cold beer and liquor...
WASHINGTON, D.C -- A southern Indiana today told Congress that she and her neighbors are being wrongfully forced out of their homes by the government. Tina Barnes, a resident of the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood in Charlestown, testified before a House subcommittee during a...