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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A bill headed for Governor Holcomb would distinguish between people who genuinely need emotional support animals and fakers who just want to get around no-pets rules. The Senate has given final approval to a bill requiring apartments to let you bring your pet if...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Police in Columbus say an inmate was tased while trying to flee the Bartholomew County Courthouse. WCSI-AM in Columbus reports that Fredrick Dabner, 32, of Seymour had been in jail on a court order for not paying child support. While in the courtroom Monday...
INDIANAPOLIS --You may be saving yourself a lot of heartache and money if you get your chimney inspected. You might not normally think about getting the chimney and fireplace inspected in the spring. But, Chris Cox, with Chimney Solutions Indiana, said there are good reasons to...
DENVER -- Peyton Manning is distancing himself from Papa John's. The former Indianapolis Colts quarterback has sold his ownership stake in 31 Papa John's locations in Denver, Colorado. He's also letting go his stake in the company as a whole. The move comes after Papa John's and...
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana farmers are worried about a possible U.S. pullout from NAFTA. At a roundtable organized by the pro-NAFTA agribusiness coalition Americans for Farmers and Families, farmers used words like "devastating" and "catastrophic" to describe the impact of blowing...
LEBANON, Ind . -- The man accused of shooting and killing a Boone County Sheriff's Deputy said he did it because he "didn't want to get bit by a dog" and that he has "no remorse" for what happened. Anthony Baumgardt said those two things as he was walked into court for his first...
MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind. - A former Plymouth pastor is going to jail after getting caught up in a prostitution sting. Jim Irwin, 68, will spend two years behind bars after pleading guilty to dealing in a schedule II controlled substance (a felony) and propositioning a prostitute (a...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- The Columbus high school teacher who left a gun in his truck on school property on Thursday will not face criminal charges. Bartholomew County Prosecutor Bill Nash says he doesn't believe Mike Metz intended to bring the gun to school. Metz, who teaches...
INDIANAPOLIS – An 18-year-old Indianapolis woman is facing a murder charge after investigators say she shot and killed her boyfriend after a fight. Prosecutors say Marissa Huffman shot her boyfriend Joshua Tye, 21, Friday morning on Birch Avenue just southwest of downtown...