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INDIANAPOLIS -- A thief took advantage of a woman's grief on Friday when he stole her purse and wallet while she was attending her mother's funeral. It happened around 11:45 a.m. at the corner of 82nd Street and Allisonville Road in Castleton. Alyssa Dillon posted about what...
INDIANAPOLIS -- More than a dozen people are homeless after a fire early Saturday morning at an apartment complex on Indianapolis' northeast side. Firefighters responded to the Willow Brooks Apartments in the 2300 block of E. 52nd Street just before 4 a.m. Crews reported seeing...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators say they'll give Governor Holcomb the money he's requested to beef up school safety -- plus a little more. Holcomb said last week he'd ask legislators for action on school safety before they adjourn for the year next Wednesday, in the aftermath of...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is backing a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department against the state of California this week, which seeks to crack down on three California state laws. It's the latest lawsuit from the Trump Administration that cracks...
BROWNSBURG, Ind. --The Celebration of Life for Boone County Deputy Jacob Pickett was at Connection Pointe Christian Church in Brownsburg, Friday morning. He was honored by friends, family, fellow officers from around Indiana and around the country, and his K-9 partner Brik. "...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Goodbye, Marsh. Hello, ALDI! ALDI is taking over the old Marsh supermarket at Nora Corners Shopping Center on E. 86th Street, says RTV6. The store will be remodeled on the inside and outside, according to plans filed with the city. The building's old glass atrium...
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana has its own DREAMer dilemma to fix before the legislature adjourns for the year on Wednesday, but legislative leaders say they expect to get it done much faster than Congress. The Indiana Professional Licensing Agency is in charge of licensing for dozens...
INDIANAPOLIS – As thousands of people across Indianapolis and central Indiana struggle with hunger and making a better life for themselves, one non-profit organization is working to not only feed those in need, but provide career skills in the food industry to help those get...
INDIANAPOLIS -- March is National Kidney Month, and kidneys are the most needed organ nationally and in the state of Indiana. More than 1,100 Hoosiers are currently waiting for a kidney transplant - including 3-year-old Henry Whitacre. "I wouldn't even say it's a burden, it's...