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UPDATE -- The kids and their father have been located in Illinois. The children are safe, according to Madison County EMA. ANDERSON, Ind. -- An Amber Alert has been declared for three children abducted from Anderson after a violent domestic assault. Anderson Police believe 2-...
(photo courtesy: IFD) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A man was killed early Sunday morning on Indianapolis' west side when a fire broke out in a duplex. Indianapolis firefighters were called to the 900 block of North Rochester Avenue at 4:08 am after someone reported seeing flames...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- A man who was shot and killed by police early Thursday morning had a warrant issued for his arrest on that same day, court records show. Aaron Bailey, 45, had been wearing an electronic monitoring device that shut down at 12:02 p.m. Wednesday. He was being...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- A man is dead after divers pulled him from 30 feet of water at Eagle Creek Reservoir in Indianapolis. Craig Voight with the Pike Township fire department, says that a witness told the department that the man went running toward the Rick's Boatyard Dock, took...
Evansville will host the state Republican convention next year for the first time. It's just the second time Republicans have held their convention somewhere other than Indianapolis -- the party gathered in Fort Wayne in 2014. French Lick and Indianapolis bid for the convention...
Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly says there's room to reform the federal health care law, if majority Republicans will come to the bargaining table. Donnelly sat down last month with a half-dozen centrist senators from both parties in search of common ground on health care, and says...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Rossville man diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease regained a basic human function many people take for granted – walking. Roger Jenkins underwent surgery about a year and a half ago and is now proud to say he can walk again. “It is fun to walk now,” said Jenkins...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It was June 27, 1967, that Barclay bank in London opened the first automated teller machine, which is still in use today. The inventor of the ATM, John Shepherd-Barron, died in 2010, but his legacy lives on fifty years later with about three million ATMs...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- A new study from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority says that the state's homeless population is on the decline. The study finds that homeless numbers fell 14-percent overall, and there was a 55-percent drop among homeless veterans. IHCDA...