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LAWRENCE, Ind. -- Two burglary suspects took guns, possibly a live grenade and three police badges from the home of a retired police officer in Lawrence late Friday night. Lawrence police say the homeowner was not there when the suspects broke into the home on Kenyon Rd. near E...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) BROWN COUNTY, Ind. -- A Fishers man was killed and a child injured in an off-road vehicle accident in Brown County Saturday morning. Indiana Conservation Officers say the man and the child were on an ORV headed eastbound in the 3000 block of Marlett Rd. in...
INDIANAPOLIS -- (RTV6) An 8-point buck was trapped inside a business on Indianapolis' northeast side after it crashed through the front window Friday morning. Police got to Key Computers in the 9000 block of E. 30th Street and found a 200-250 pound buck inside that was going...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- One of the three men accused in the 2015 murder of Amanda Blackburn has agreed to cooperate with the prosecution as part of a plea agreement. Jalen Watson, 23, was charged along with two other men – Larry Jo Taylor and Diano Gordon –...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Racist graffiti was found in three different locations by City of Bloomington workers early Friday morning. A spokesperson for the city says the graffiti, including KKK and swastikas, was found at the E. 10th St. overpass, the...
STATE WIDE -Several lawsuits have been filed by the NAACP in Indiana. Four of those are about voting issues, said state president Barbara Bolling-Williams, at a news conference this week. One of the lawsuits challenges the way early voting sites are selected . Williams said that...
GREENFIELD, Ind. -- Call 6 Investigates has uncovered a defect causing hundreds of oven glass doors to suddenly shatter, yet consumers are still waiting to see a safety recall. Crystal Stanley contacted Call 6 Investigates after the glass on her brand new Kenmore oven broke into...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Ethanol manufacturers find out next year's production target by the end of next month, and Indiana's biofuel industry is feeling more optimistic after a tense summer. Under a 2005 law, the Environmental Protection Agency each year sets the Renewable Fuel...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Poverty in many Indiana cities is on the rise, according to a new study. One of the lead researchers for the local think tank, The Sagamore Institute, is the former police chief for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Troy Riggs. The study shows...