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(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) ELWOOD, Ind. -- Police shot an armed robbery suspect at an Elwood pharmacy on Tuesday. A second suspect is still on the run. Officers were called to Elwood Low-Cost Prescriptions Pharmacy on S. Anderson Street around noon for a report of an armed...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A woman was shot and killed by her boyfriend Wednesday, who then turned the gun on himself, police said. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called to the 3000 block of W. Morris Street around 8 p.m...
(Photo:iStock) A plan to raise gas taxes and vehicle registration fees to pay for roads has cleared its first hurdle. A House committee has approved a plan Republicans say would raise a billion dollars a year INDOT says it needs to pay for roads. Republicans portray the package...
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch (center) addresses preschool supporters at a statehouse rally. (Photo: Eric Berman) A statehouse rally to bring state-funded preschool to more Hoosier children. About 400 supporters of the coalition All IN 4 Pre-K packed a statehouse hallway ahead of a...
(PHOTO: Courtesy of RTV6) BLOOMINGTON, IN -- The completion date for the stretch of I-69 in Bloomington seems to be up in the air again. Two groups of people heavily impacted by I-69’s expansion from Bloomington to Martinsville have released different dates of when the project...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) Author's Note: Dog in picture is not the dog in this story. BOONE COUNTY, Ind. -- On Tuesday afternoon, the Boone County Sheriff's Office said it received a phone call from a concerned citizen who said that while they were driving down a rural road,...
PHOTO: Chris Davis/Emmis INDIANAPOLIS-You may have heard that 20 Dept. of Public Works crews will be working on filling as many potholes as possible in the next few days. But work on paving about 70 miles of streets in the city starts in the early spring, said Mayor Joe Hogsett...
PHOTO: CNN Newswire WASHINGTON, D.C.--Pres. Donald Trump signed several executive orders Tuesday, some of which would push for the building of more pipelines in the U.S., including the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access Pipelines. Those could bring jobs to Indiana, said Rep...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- An Indiana state representative apologized Tuesday for his recent controversial Facebook posts, saying he's committed to being a more positive person going forward. Ind. Rep. Jim Lucas was criticized for a post he shared Sunday...