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KOKOMO, Ind. -- A bunch of fish died over the weekend in Kokomo's Wildcat Creek, and the state's environmental office says the reason for the dead fish really stinks. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management told The Kokomo Tribune that the city's wastewater treatment...
INDIANAPOLIS --For fifty years you've listened. You've watched. You've enjoyed. The Indiana Pacers have made you stand and cheer. They've frustrated you and they've made you proud. You've watched them change and grow. You've been part of the family. From 1967 to now, they've...
UPLAND, Ind -Longtime Indianapolis attorney and resident Paul Lowell Haines will be the new President at Taylor University. Haines has been serving as the President since June 1, 2016 and will be officially inaugurated later this month. Haines graduated from Taylor back in 1975...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The highest ranking woman at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is Deputy Chief Valerie Cunningham. She now can be referred to as "President Valerie Cunningham", since she will be the President of the National Association of Women Law Enforcement...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Mayor Joe Hogsett's proposed 2018 budget, also called Proposal 225, is approved by the city-county council. The council voted 21-2 in favor of the $1.2 billion budget proposal Monday night. 2018 budget includes: - $13 million to IMPD to add 86 new officers. -...
CARMEL, Ind. – Carmel Clay Schools' superintendent was placed on administrative leave Monday. Nicholas Wahl served as the superintendent of the district for more than four years, and took over as chief administrator in August 2013. In his role as superintendent, Wahl makes a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Hendricks County man was indicted on federal charges last week saying he ran a marijuana and cocaine distribution operation out of Indy’s west side. 37-year-old Djamil Roberts was indicted in U.S. District Court last week on charges of possession with intent to...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A former banker from Muncie will spend five years behind bars for stealing from elderly customers. Diane Bizzel, 65, pleaded guilty in August to 14 felonies, including theft, identity deception and check fraud. She was accused of stealing money from customers at...
(AVON) - The last time Todd Rokita's safely Republican congressional district was open, the primary drew 13 candidates. With Rokita running for the Senate, it's open again, but the race isn't drawing nearly as much interest so far. Former Mike Pence aide Diego Morales and Army...