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INDIANAPOLIS – The City of Indianapolis filed a federal lawsuit against several opioid distributors and manufacturers Tuesday as the state continues to fight a drug overdose crisis. The 171-page lawsuit for Marion County by Cohen & Malad, LLP targets 10 companies including...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legalizing Sunday alcohol sales is the first recommendation of the study commission reviewing all Indiana alcohol laws. The commission overwhelmingly endorsed allowing stores which sell alcohol the other six days to sell it on Sunday too -- but only from noon to...
SOUTHPORT, Ind. -- A man convicted of hitting a Southport police officer with car outside Methodist Hospital in August has been sentenced. Brandon Hayworth pleaded guilty to battery by means of a deadly weapon. He received a six year sentence, with three of those years suspended...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Senator Joe Donnelly is helping with fundraising for the opponent of Senate candidate and Alabama Judge Roy Moore. The Indiana Democrat has emailed his supporters asking them to donate to the campaign of Doug Jones, Roy Moore's Democratic opponent in the Alabama...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Security officials in Indianapolis have made changes to the plan for this year's Circle of Lights, when the Soldiers and Sailors Monument will be lit up for the Christmas season. The annual free Circle of Lights event will be Nov. 24 from 6-8 p.m. The performance...
INDIANAPOLIS - You may have high blood pressure today, even if your numbers are the same as they were yesterday. The American Heart Association has slashed its cutoff for high blood pressure by 10 top and bottom, from 140-over-90 to 130-over-80. That figure was previously...
STATE WIDE --If you drive a bus or fly a plane or are in a job where you are responsible for transporting people, you can now be tested for several synthetic opiates.   The federal government has decided to expand the list of drugs for which you can be tested, with the hope that...
CAMBY, Ind. -- An explosion and fire at a house in Camby, Indiana was caused by an excavator digging in the area and hitting a gas line, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission said Tuesday. The fire was in the 10000 block of Walnut Grove, in the Heartland Crossing...
INDIANAPOLIS --One hundred new donors in one day. That's the goal set by the team at the Villages of Indiana for Giving Tuesday on November 28. Villages of Indiana is the state's largest not-for-profit child and family services agency providing therapeutic foster care services...