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INDIANAPOLIS -- Police have arrested the suspect in an attack on the owner of a popular downtown restaurant Tuesday afternoon. Grant Redmond, the owner of Acapulco Joe's at the corner of Illinois and Vermont streets, was attacked when a man tried to leave without paying his bill...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and FBI agents conducted multiple raids across the city Thursday. The FBI assisted IMPD with the raids, where search warrants were served. Two of the raids took place near the intersections of 42nd...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A 17-year-old boy has died after being hit by a pickup truck. Dalton Bandy was struck just before 7 a.m., near the intersection of 38th Street and Emerson Avenue. Police say Bandy was running to catch up with a school bus when he was hit by a silver pickup truck...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Police in Muncie are warning people to be on the lookout for a man who is following women in stores and touching them in ways that make them uncomfortable. Muncie Police say they’ve received at least three separate reports of the same man approaching women while...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A body was found at the scene of a fire on Indianapolis' east side Wednesday night. It happened in a quiet neighborhood just off E. Michigan and Dorman streets around 8:30 p.m. Witnesses called it in as a building on fire. When firefighters with the Indianapolis...
INDIANAPOLIS - Legislators have wrapped up their work for the year -- maybe. The customary final-day flurry of votes and dealmaking delivered two job-training bills , the legalization of cannabis oil , a boost in school funding , and authorization for new drug treatment centers...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - 11 months after legalizing cannabis oil for a small group of Hoosiers, legislators have voted overwhelmingly to kill any restriction on buying or selling the product. The House voted unanimously to legalize CBD oil, shortly after the Senate approved the measure...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Children of illegal immigrants will again be able to receive professional licenses in Indiana, under a bill headed for Governor Holcomb. The House and Senate gave overwhelming approval to legislation rolling back a 2011 immigration law denying licenses to "...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Schools will get a funding boost to see them through until the next state budget. Legislators have authorized $100 million in extra money to make up for higher-than-expected enrollment. The money will come out of state tuition reserves. The bill does exclude...