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(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Police are looking for a real-life Grinch who stole Christmas gifts meant for a six-year-old Indianapolis girl. And now – the family is moving out of their home, because they don’t feel safe living there anymore. “It’s really got me...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) WHITESTOWN, Ind. -- Police lights are never a good thing to see in your rearview mirror....right? Well maybe not this time of year if you're driving in Whitestown. Police officers in the small town northwest of Indianapolis are looking to spread some...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- For the second year in a row, Indianapolis has broken its record for criminal homicides. Maybe. Officially, IMPD says there were 144 homicides in Indianapolis in 2015. As of the writing of this article, there have been at least 145...
(Photo courtesy IU Health) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Despite Indiana's first flu death of the season on Wednesday, it's shaping up as a relatively light flu season overall. Flu cases are down about 20% compared to this time last year, though the worst part of flu season is still...
(PHOTO: Courtesy of RTV6) KNIGHTSTOWN, IN -- The cross at the center of an ACLU lawsuit has been put back on a Christmas tree in Knightstown, Indiana. The caveat? It's on the side of the tree, instead of at the top. Kenneth Falk, the legal director of the American Civil...
(Photo: Syldavia/ Thinkstock) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- As the weather turns colder, Indianapolis is seeing more homeless. Officially, homelessness in Indianapolis has dropped 15-percent the last two years. But that count is conducted on a single night in January. Steve Kerr with...
(Photo by Steve Pope/Stringer/Getty Images) INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Some state employees may see a four percent raise in the coming year. Governor Mike Pence gave the nod to pay-for-performance increases that will take affect following evaluations in January. "Indiana would not be a...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A string of break-ins in one Broad Ripple neighborhood has people who live there concerned. Police say there have been at least five incidents reported at the Reserve at Broad Ripple Condominiums, some of them successful. Instead of...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) KOKOMO, Ind. -- Two men were rescued by an officer after they were held captive and forced to fight each other while naked earlier this month, according to court documents. Michael Robinson, 33, and his brother, Marcus Robinson, 27, were arrested on Dec...