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INDIANAPOLIS -- An elderly man is dead after police say he was struck by a vehicle while he was on a motorized scooter. The Marion County Coroner's office has identified the man as 72-year-old Roger Roska. Investigators say Roska was on his scooter in the 2500 block of West...
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The House Intelligence Committee has grilled social media executives about how Russian bots and trolls were able to flood Americans' web pages during last year's campaign. Indiana Congressman Andre Carson (D-7th), who serves on the committee, says a campaign...
CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. -- A Frankfort homeowner shot and killed a man he said had broken into his home late Tuesday evening. Officers were called to a home in the 300 block of north Bunnel Street around 10 p.m. after a man called and said he had just shot an intruder. When police...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - With a prosecutor ruling the police shooting of Aaron Bailey was self-defense, an internal review is nearing the finish line as well. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Bryan Roach says internal investigators have completed their examination of Bailey's...
STATE WIDE --Islam has been perverted and people who commit acts of terror in the name of Islam have been brainwashed, says the Indiana Ahmadiyya Muslim Community . They're reminding you that they meet every month as part of a national outreach, and you're invited. "Once people...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A woman is accused of stabbing her ex-boyfriend multiple times in the face and arm when he came to pick up his belongings early Sunday morning. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to the 10200 block of John Jay drive just after 4 a.m...
STATE WIDE --You've seen gas prices going up in the past week, and now you could soon see the state average reach $2.95 a gallon , says Gasbuddy.com. The company that tracks gas prices and trends sent out a message for customers Wednesday saying Indiana is one of about five...
MUNCIE, Ind. --Waving the red, white and blue and having the number two job in America is not a bad gig for former governor Mike Pence. Hoosiers still have a positive image of Pence , says the Old National Bank/Ball State University 2017 Hoosier Survey. "A teeny tiny bit over 50...
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. -- Another Indiana city is suing opioid makers. Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore said Wednesday afternoon that the city has filed a nuisance lawsuit against three companies that he says "helped make the opioid epidemic possible". Today Mayor Moore announced...