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PHOTO: Chris Davis/Emmis INDIANAPOLIS-You may have heard that 20 Dept. of Public Works crews will be working on filling as many potholes as possible in the next few days. But work on paving about 70 miles of streets in the city starts in the early spring, said Mayor Joe Hogsett...
PHOTO: CNN Newswire WASHINGTON, D.C.--Pres. Donald Trump signed several executive orders Tuesday, some of which would push for the building of more pipelines in the U.S., including the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access Pipelines. Those could bring jobs to Indiana, said Rep...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- An Indiana state representative apologized Tuesday for his recent controversial Facebook posts, saying he's committed to being a more positive person going forward. Ind. Rep. Jim Lucas was criticized for a post he shared Sunday...
(PHOTO: Courtesy of INDOT) INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Summer is always the time for road construction throughout the state and this summer will be no different. The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced a major project to rebuild six I-65 bridges over I-465 and Lick Creek...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Indiana State Police say skimmers stole credit card information from several troopers at a central Indiana gas station. The information was stolen over the past week from troopers state fuel cards and the thieves racked up...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) MT. VERNON, Ind. -- The Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation is installing cameras on buses to help catch drivers who go around the activated safety arm. Michael Maley has driven a school bus for over a decade, and he said he’s had several close...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- State lawmakers are considering a plan that would allow teens to be prosecuted for robbing pharmacies. Senator Michael Young said the number of pharmacy robberies must be addressed in the new session of legislature, and he believes...
(Photos: Courtesy of RTV6) KOKOMO, Ind. -- A Kokomo man is hoping signs he created for the back of his vehicle will help his wife find a kidney donor. Katherine Spier has been on the transplant list for four years and she said Tuesday that her health is now starting to decline...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Delaware County man is accused of killing his mother's pet rabbit and cat in a wood burning stove and then threatening to kill police. Police arrested Clinton Ricker, 32, on Friday after they say he admitted to throwing the rabbit into...