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INDIANAPOLIS -- One of Louisiana's Top 5 Most Wanted Fugitives was caught here in Indiana. Thursday morning, Indiana State Police Sergeant Brent Alspach was patrolling I-65 on the south side of Indianapolis, when he noticed a semi-truck traveling in the far left lane of a three-...
STATE WIDE --The opioid epidemic that has hit Indiana and most of America really hard might could have been avoided, had so many people not been prescribed opioids for chronic pain. A new study shows that Tylenol and Advil and exercise may all be just as effective, or even more...
HOUSTON -- Not even killer bees can stop A.J. Foyt. Foyt, 83, was briefly hospitalized Wednesday after he was attacked by Africanized "killer bees" while working on his ranch in Texas. It's Foyt's second run-in with killer bees; he was stung more than 200 times during a similar...
FISHERS, Ind. -- The mother of Cathedral High School graduate who died while studying abroad in last November has a warning for parents of children studying abroad. Chalene Braun's 20-year-old daughter Kassie was studying with Semester at Sea. Chalene got a call that Kassie had...
LAFAYETTE, Ind.- An Indiana elementary school teacher has been fired following his arrest on child exploitation and other charges. Joseph Kimerer Jr. is facing 13 counts of child exploitation, solicitation, and other sex-related charges. The claims against the 46-year-old...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A riot at a juvenile psychiatric treatment and addiction facility on the east side of Indianapolis caused significant damage to the building and injuries to the staff. Eleven Indianapolis police officers were called to the scene at 1404 S. State Avenue just...
INDIANAPOLIS --The body of a man was found along the Monon Trail north of Broad Ripple Thursday afternoon. Police say the body was found in the White River near the intersection of 75th St. and Westfield Boulevard. A pedestrian using the Monon Trail found the body and called...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana is hoping new software platform will match Hoosiers seeking drug rehab with available beds more quickly. Indiana has used federal grant money to sign a contract with OpenBeds, whose software matches people seeking drug rehab with the right facility. A...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Despite the legislative chaos on the session's final day, Governor Holcomb did get his top priority passed. But not everyone is happy about it. Legislators approved a pair of job-training measures Governor Holcomb wanted, adding money to a training grant program...