Advertisement

Local News

The Indiana State Fair begins its 17-day run Friday morning. The last several fairs have spotlighted a single commodity. This year's theme is broader: "The Wonderful World of Food." A "Global Kitchen" exhibit will show visitors how different foods are grown and served in all...
State inspectors have spent the day before the State Fair opens checking out the rides on the midway. Inspectors from the state's Fire and Building Safety Division look at everything from seat belts and emergency brakes to the insurance paperwork. Department of Homeland Security...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis neighborhood of Highland Park is now the third neighborhood in the city to go a full year without a homicide. Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Bryan Roach says the feat is due in part to a great relationship betweem IMPD and the Indianapolis Ten...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- The Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation has confirmed the death of Jonathon Hunter, an Army soldier killed Wednesday in Afghanistan. Hunter graduated from Columbus East in 2011 and played football for the Olympians. Hunter was one of two soldiers who...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The initial court hearing for Jason Brown, the man accused of shooting and killing a Southport police lieutenant last week, has been continued for the second time. Brown is now scheduled to appear in court on August 9. Brown's court date was initially scheduled...
PERU, Ind. --Police in Peru were able to save a man who was threatening on a Facebook live video to jump into the Wabash River, Monday. It happened about 7 p.m. when a relative alerted police after she saw the video. The m,an had lost custody of his daughter and contemplated...
INDIANAPOLIS -A three-year-old girl who police were searching for this morning has been found. IMPD may be releasing further info soon. She was found shortly after 7 a.m. while IMPD officers were searching the area. The girl was reported missing near Washington and Colorado, on...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. --Last week Dr. Todd Graham was shot and killed outside South Bend Orthopedics, where he worked, when he refused to write a pain pill prescription for a patient. Now doctors and law enforcement in Indiana are looking for ways to get people off opioid pain meds...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --The Indiana State Police trooper injured in an early-morning accident on I-465 has been released from the hospital. Trooper Scott Probasco was taken to IU Methodist after another car smashed into his patrol car, which was stopped with lights on because of...