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Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett (left), Midtown Mental Health CEO Margie Payne, and Reuben Engagement Center board chairman Bill Moreau cut the ribbon on the new center. (Photo: Eric Berman/WIBC) Indianapolis has opened a new homeless shelter to get the mentally ill the help they...
PHOTO: Joe Robbins/Stringer/Getty Images Sports INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano said in a news conference Monday afternoon that the team's record of 8-8 this season is "unacceptable". "Ya know, 8-8 is not good enough and that's on me." Some had...
Incoming State Auditor Tera Klutz (photo courtesy Tera Klutz) The Allen County auditor will be the new state auditor. Tera Klutz will be the first CPA to serve as state auditor. Governor-elect Eric Holcomb announced he'll appoint Klutz on Monday to replace Suzanne Crouch, who...
PHOTO: Chris Davis/Emmis LAFAYETTE, Ind. --The Higher Fellowship, an Indiana group that supports the legalization of marijuana, has won a preliminary injunction against the Tippecanoe County commissioners. That means the group will be able to hold another rally advocating the...
PHOTO: RTV 6 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Bill Polian, former president and general manager of the Indianapolis Colts, was inducted into the team's Ring of Honor, during half-time, as the Colts played Jacksonville, Sunday. Polian served in those capacities from 1998 to 2011, and is...
PHOTO: Chris Davis/WIBC INDIANAPOLIS--Valerie Cunningham, a 24 year veteran of the Indianapolis Police Department, has been named acting chief of IMPD. Troy Riggs is leaving the department, saying he is pursuing other financial opportunities. Mayor Joe Hogsett made the...
(photo: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS – The Butler University men's basketball team made it home safe Friday evening after their plane had to make an emergency landing late Thursday. Passengers said the plane lost cabin pressure during their flight to Indianapolis from New York and the...
(Photo: Eric Berman/WIBC) LGBT activists are sounding an alarm about what they warn is a new religious-freedom bill -- but its authors say they're misreading the bill. Two identical Senate bills seek to block courts from interpreting religious doctrine. But the gay-rights group...
(Photo by megaflopp /Thinkstock) WASHINGTON, D.C.--The federal government has cut payments to hospitals with high rates of injuries in 2016 as part of its Hospital-Acquired Conditions Reduction Program, according to Medicare records. Among the 769 hospitals penalized across the...