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(photo courtesy: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Four firefighters and a driver were injured after a car going 90 miles per hour slammed into the back of an Indianapolis fire truck Friday evening. The crash happened in front of the fire station on Tibbs Avenue just after 9 p.m...
(LAWRENCE) - The Indianapolis area has hosted a Super Bowl, a PGA Championship, several Final Fours -- and this weekend, one of the major events in cornhole. The Ohio-based American Cornhole Organization has been running tournaments of the beanbag-toss game for 13 years. This...
CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. -- Investigators working the murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German have traveled to Colorado to interview the latest person of interest in the case, Daniel Nations. Nations was arrested on Monday in Colorado Springs after police matched his vehicle...
RUSHVILLE, Ind. -- An Indiana Department of Homeland Security employee and his wife turned themselves into police on Friday amid allegations of theft and ghost employment. Robert Puckett, who works as the District 6 field services coordinator for IDHS, and his wife Rebecca were...
FISHERS, Ind. -- Two teenagers and one adult have been arrested in connection with a shooting last week in Fishers, Indiana. Around 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, officers with Fishers Police were called to the area of 131st Street and State Road 37, where they found an 18-year-old...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Kids starting to think about college got a chance Friday to apply for free. 13 Indiana schools waived application fees for the day as part of national College Application Day. The Commission for Higher Education coordinated college fairs at 50 locations across...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers says they are ready to work with your lawmakers at the statehouse in drafting legislation that will effectively make it legal in Indiana to buy alcohol on Sundays. This isn't the first time the group which represents...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind - A veteran, wearing an American Legion hat and carrying a folded flag, took a knee as President Donald Trump made his way through the northeast side of Indianapolis Wednesday. Martin Boatright is a 60-year old Army veteran who runs a funeral home on North...
INDIANAPOLIS --It's Banned Books Week and to bring attention to your freedom of speech and freedom from censorship, a man is living in the window of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library in downtown Indianapolis. He's a "prisoner" of censorship. "He is surrounded by a wall of...