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ELKHART, Ind. -- Counterfeit cash is causing problems for Elkhart police. Officers have taken more than 10 reports of "funny money" in the last 30 days, reports WNDU-TV . Bogus bills have also been reported in Nappanee and Goshen . Police are asking people in the area to take a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new technology being used by the Marion County Sheriff's Office uses a unique physical feature to identify arrestees and inmates in a matter of seconds: their eyes. The Inmate Recognition Identification System takes a picture of someone's eyes and searches the...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. - Three statewide officeholders will be unopposed for nomination at Saturday's Indiana Republican Convention. But there will be a contest over how the party platform should address same-sex marriage: The platform proclaims the party's belief in "strong...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Former Vanderburgh County prosecutor Stan Levco says he wants his old job back. In an announcement at the Vanderburgh County court house today, Levco says he is filing to run for county prosecutor on the Democrat ticket, challenging Republican incumbant Nick...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A woman who went to visit her late husband's grave site was shocked to see the headstone that the two share also shows her as being dead. According to the Bloomington Herald-Times , Donna Rader, 67, saw the mistake last month when she and her family when to...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- There is some good news for drivers who have suffered through the traffic nightmare known as the I-69 Section Five project. That’s the stretch of State Road 37 between Martinsville and Bloomington that is becoming part of I-69. The work began four years ago...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Prosecutors will not file charges in the fatal shooting of an Indianapolis KFC employee at her job last month, saying the shooting was justified under Indiana’s self-defense statute. Quiana Lashawn Toussaint, 20, was shot at the KFC where she worked at 7215 N...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Public Schools is moving ahead with a plan to ask Indy homeowners to agree to a tax hike to support city schools. The capital referendum now will allow the district to raise $52 million for school safety projects and maintenance instead of the $200...
INDIANAPOLIS- - A pregnant woman and her little boy are okay after they both nearly drowned yesterday in Indianapolis. Investigators say the woman, who is six months pregnant, was walking with her three-year-old son around the pool at the Brentwood Apartments. That is not far...