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INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- With early voting underway, a hot button topic in Indianapolis will be the bus transit referendum on the ballot. Mark Fisher of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce tells us that it involves a .25% income tax increase, so that the bus system in the city can...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The former CEO and COO of American Senior Communities used a web of shell companies, fictitious charges and kickback schemes to defraud the federal healthcare system of more than $16 million from 2009-2015, according to a 32-count federal indictment filed against...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- It's about helping people, and by doing so, means hiring those with disabilities. In Indianapolis, it has done just that. Nick Rhoad, director of 'Ability Indiana' has done something new and different by designating the Circle City as the state's first "...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Candidates spend months campaigning for your vote, and starting today, those votes count as early voting begins in Indiana. It's the first chance to have your say in some very important races, like President of the United States, a new governor in Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--One of Indiana's biggest drug problems is from opioids, in either pill form or heroin. Now the federal government is making a move to help slow down the addiction problem by cutting the amount of pain meds the drug companies can make in the coming year. "The...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department conducted raids at six massage parlors across the city. The raids were connected to human trafficking investigations, police said. Each of the businesses is part of the Spring of Life Massage...
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. -- A missing 13-year-old girl was found in a Shelbyville motel room with a 23-year-old man from Toledo, Ohio, Friday – a meeting that apparently had its roots in a "role playing" community on Facebook. The girl – who RTV6 is only identifying as a student at...
Secretary of State Connie Lawson (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Indiana's secretary of state says your voter registration is secure, despite two warnings of attempts to change it without your knowledge. State Police advised voters to double-check their registration after...
Fifth District Democratic congressional nominee Angela Demaree (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Democrats' nominee for Congress against Republican Susan Brooks says Brooks shouldn't merely denounce Donald Trump, but renounce him. On Saturday, Susan Brooks slammed Trump's hot-mic...