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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Thousands of people were without power in the hours after strong storms moved through central Indiana Tuesday evening. At one point Wednesday morning, more than 11,000 people were without power across central Indiana. The vast majority of those outages have...
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. – One of the first things I noticed when I walked into Ray Craft’s home, aside from the pool table and pinball machine in his family room, was a framed movie poster of the movie Hoosiers that was sitting on the floor leaned up against that pinball game. The...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Representatives from the City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Power and Light and the IU Public Policy Institute are hosting a public forum Thursday evening on a subject some Indy residents might find electrifying: streetlight placement. The forum is the next step...
President Trump isn't the only leader with a controversial plan to build a wall. About two dozen residents of Indy's Rocky Ripple neighborhood and surrounding areas are calling on Mayor Joe Hogsett to reconsider plans to build a floodwall on the Central Canal Towpath, and a...
WASHINGTON, D.C -- Jobs are what one Indiana Congressman is concerned about after President Donald Trump's joint address. Indiana Congressman Todd Rokita said Wednesday he agrees with what the president had to say about education. Like Trump, Rokita says he is all for a parent's...
A dollar-a-pack cigarette tax hike is headed for the Senate, and a chillier reception than in the House. It's the second straight year the House has approved higher cigarette taxes. The idea died without a hearing in the Senate last year. Senate President Pro Tem David Long won'...
HANCOCK CO., Ind .-- When the skies darken and the weather turns stormy, Hoosiers know to keep an ear out for the blare of a tornado siren. But for many residents of Hancock County, there is only a broken siren--or no siren at all--to warn them of an incoming twister. County...
(PHOTO: RTV6) DELPHI, IN -- The reward to find the killer of two teenage girls in Carroll County has just been given a major boost from two familiar names. Former Indianapolis Colts punter and team owner Jim Irsay have donated $97,000 to the reward money to find the person who...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The city of Indianapolis will be facing a nearly $650 million price tag for its new criminal justice center, according to a preliminary cost estimated released Tuesday. The estimate, given to the Criminal Justice Planning Council, anticipates $9.5 million...