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WHITESTOWN, Ind .-- One person was killed in an early morning crash on I-65 south when another driver didn't notice a stopped car in the right lane. The crash happened at mile marker 131 near State Road 334 in Boone County just before 6 a.m on Saturday. Police say an SUV did not...
GREENFIELD, Ind. -- Yes, there is in fact a "breach season." It's a time during the year that we see a surge in security breaches by computer hackers, that's according to Ron Pelletier with Pondurance. He says his cyber security company sees an 80-percent increase in breaches or...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department do not currently wear body cameras, but that could change in the coming years. Officers from all over the country spoke in Indianapolis Thursday evening in a public forum. IMPD Chief Bryan Roach said...
UPDATE: COLUMBUS, Ind. -- The body of a missing kayaker from Columbus was found Friday afternoon, according to Indiana Conservation Officers. Keygan Matlock, 26, was last seen Wednesday and had told friends he might go kayaking. His kayak was found Friday morning and his body...
INDIANAPOLIS --You may never entertain the thought of snorting a condom up your nose. But, your kids might. That's why doctors in Indiana are warning people about how dangerous it could be. The condom challenge could leave you struggling to breathe, said Dr. Edgar Petras,...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- The "magic number" at the Johnson County Jail is 322, according to Sheriff Doug Cox, who tells 93 WIBC that his jail facility has 322 permanent beds for inmates. However, as recently as last July, Sheriff Cox says he had as many as 450 inmates, which has led to...
RICHMOND, Ind. -- In the early afternoon hours of April 6, 1968, the city of Richmond, Indiana was forever changed. An explosion rocked the downtown area, killing 41 and injuring more than 100. Dozens of buildings were damaged or destroyed. Witnesses recall seeing a mushroom...
Terri Stacy contributed to this story INDIANAPOLIS --Your Indiana Pacers were once part of the American Basketball Association. They played with a red, white and blue ball, played faster, and had crazy half-time shows. Saturday, 100 ABA players will come together for the 50th...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- People who live along and use Hacker Creek Road in Martinsville are upset because drivers are using it as an unofficial detour around the I-69 construction. "It's a country road. It's not made for the kind of traffic that's been put on it," said Travis...