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WINCHESTER, Ind. -- A Randolph County funeral home director faces accusations he inappropriately touched a woman making arrangements for her deceased mother. Thomas A. Oswalt, who runs the Oswalt Family Funeral Home in Winchester, Indiana, was charged last month with one count...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- An armed robbery was reported Wednesday morning near the campus of Ball State University. The robbery happened in the 1100 block of Carson Street. Police say three armed men ran from the scene. One was wearing a black hoodie with a "Scream" mask. Another was...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A Brownsburg priest says the number of people requesting exorcisms is at an all-time high. Father Vincent Lampert is an exorcist priest based out of St. Malachy Parish. He was appointed to his role by bishops of the Catholic church. "I don't have any...
NEW CASTLE, Ind. -- A 4-year-old New Castle girl who was attacked by a dog before trick-or-treating on Monday was able to enjoy the holiday she missed, after a group of volunteers came together to re-create Halloween for her. Caitlynn Richards was playing outside her home on...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A student at Indiana University in Bloomington was arrested after police say he used a shovel to beat a skunk to death. Andrew Baldini, 18, of Carmel is accused of chasing down the animal and killing it in front of the T.I.S. bookstore on East 3rd Street on...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Though it may not feel like it right now, the AAA Hoosier Motor Club says now is the time start thinking about drivers safety with the soon approaching winter months. AAA spokesman Greg Seiter says roadside break downs can happen at anytime, especially in the...
ZIONSVILLE, Ind.--The shooting death of John Clements at his mailbox in Zionsville on Sept. 28, may have been a random act, Zionsville Police Chief Rob Knox said at a Tuesday news conference. Know did not speculate on the motive, but rather said those questions would have to be...
Applications are open for Indiana's new scholarship for aspiring teachers. Students in the top fifth of their class or above the 80th percentile on the SAT or ACT can seek a teacher's recommendation for the scholarship. Applications, including an essay on why you want to teach,...
VALLEY FORGE, Penn.--ObamaCare and Hillary Clinton's e-mails were two main subjects as Indiana Gov. Mike Pence spoke to a crowd at Valley Forge, Penn., Tuesday. Pence said Pres. Obama actually provided his favorite lines recently about the Affordable Care Act. "It was a week or...