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INDIANAPOLIS - A heroin deal led to a fiery crash that killed one person and injured 5 others Tuesday night on Indy's east side, according to Indiana State Police. They say the pursuit started when troopers tried to pull over a 1999 Oldsmobile for unsafe lane movement and...
ELWOOD, Ind. - Funeral arrangements are now set for two Madison County firefighters killed in a plane crash this week. Viewing for Kyle Hibst is Monday, April 9, from 1-9 p.m. and the visitation for David Wittkamper is Tuesday, April 10, from 1-8 p.m. The viewing for both...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - On the anniversary of Martin Luther King's death, students from two Indianapolis schools got a firsthand account of the civil rights struggle from one of its leaders. John Lewis, now a congressman from Georgia, chaired the Student Nonviolent Coordinating...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - When Martin Luther King was assassinated, Robert Kennedy made Indianapolis an island of calm in a sea of riots across the country. On the 50th anniversary of that day, one of Kennedy's daughters and one of King's top lieutenants returned to Indy to remember...
STATE HOUSE --Making it easier for people in Indiana to adopt children is what a new law signed Wednesday may do. Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a bill that is meant to ensure people who want to adopt will be able to get information and ask questions they need to ask. “Ensuring...
SEYMOUR, Ind. -- A Seymour man is behind bars for leaving a woman's dog in a dumpster. Mark Hammond told police he put the little black Chihuahua in the dumpster March 8 because its owner threw him out of her apartment and accused him of stealing $125. Hammond said the dog...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The second of two Indianapolis events remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy's speech will be moved indoors due to the weather. The event, which begins at 5 p.m., was initially supposed to be at the MLK Memorial Park at 17th and Broadway, but...
INDIANAPOLIS – A mother and son are both in jail after Indianapolis Metropolitan Police (IMPD) seized more than $1 million worth of meth and cocaine in a drug bust on the city’s northwest side Tuesday. Investigators say Irma Victoria Gomez-Cortez, 49, and her son, Michael Olvera...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Animal Care Services is in desperate need of help to clear some of their cages as the number of animals they are taking in has far exceeded the space they have available. As of Tuesday, IACS had 585 animals in their kennels; 323 of those animals were...