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PHOTO Courtesy IMPD INDIANAPOLIS--A large pot-growing operation was busted in Indianapolis Wednesday after officers got a complaint that marijuana was being grown inside a house on Congress Ave., on the city's west side. Police got permission to search from the person who owns...
PHOTO: Chris Davis/Emmis STATE WIDE--Temperatures have been falling all afternoon in the Hoosier State, and with the possibility of precip, you could see slick spots on the road tonight and Friday morning. The National Weather Service is forecasting a dry Friday, except south,...
PHOTO: Bondariev/Thinkstock STATE HOUSE--If you've ever ridden an ATV, you know there are thrills. It's a lot of fun. But, it's also dangerous. Twenty-one people died in Indiana last year in ATV accidents. State Rep. Lloyd Arnold (R-Leavenworth) has an idea he believes could...
PHOTO: Chris Clinton / Thinkstock STATE WIDE--Meet the "weekend warrior". If you're a weekend warrior it means you cram all of the exercise you're supposed to be getting through the whole week into one or two days on the weekend. And, that might not be such a bad thing, as long...
(Photo: Brian A. Jackson/Thinkstock) The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether a Gary man who murdered his family has blown his chance to appeal his death sentence. Kevin Isom has been on death row for four years for gunning down his wife and two teenage stepchildren in 2007...
Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images. DEARBORN, MICH.-- A dangerous--and deadly--flaw in thousands of Takata air bags is leading to the recall of almost one million vehicles. Ford is recalling 816,000 cars made in North America between 2005 and 2012 because faulty air bag...
(PHOTO: Courtesy of Todd Young's Office) WASHINGTON, D.C. -- According to the federal government, we are now officially "Hoosiers". U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-IN) announced today that the Government Publishing Office has officially changed...
(Photo: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's new chief has a docket full of issues waiting on his desk on day 1 – not the least of which is the city's second straight year of record-setting homicides. Mayor Joe Hogsett...
(PHOTO: Shutterstock/CNNMoney) WASHINGTON, D.C -- The US Senate was the first to move on legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act last night. The session ended at around 1:30 in the morning with Senators voting 51-48 along party lines in favor of a procedural measure toward...