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BLOOMINGTON, Ind- Indiana University says actress Glenn Close has donated her collection of costumes from projects including "The Big Chill" and "101 Dalmatians" to its School of Art, Architecture + Design. The collection, from 47 projects, spans Close's career through film,...
NEW PALESTINE, Ind. – A SWAT situation in New Palestine ended peacefully and without anyone being hurt Monday night. Police say Dustin Hunt, 41, threatened to hurt himself with a knife. Hunt and his girlfriend argued on Sunday, but when the disagreement flared up again on Monday...
INDIANAPOLIS --With the capital city on the way to a possible new record for murders, the city's administration wants to make sure police have the tools to solve violent crimes. Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Tuesday, a fund of $300,000 for witnesses . "Over the past few weeks, I...
PORTAGE, Ind. -- One of Indiana's several ports has secured federal money to help its multi-million dollar expansion. The Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor infrastructure expansion in Porter County will have half of the $19.7 million price tag on the project covered by the federal...
STATEWIDE--Republican U.S. Senator Todd Young from Indiana thinks Notre Dame Professor Amy Coney Barrett is an excellent choice to be on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, despite what his colleagues on the left side of the aisle say. Several Democratic Senators have raised...
STATEWIDE -- If you're planning on taking the kids out tonight for Halloween, be careful. Franklin Police Chief Tim O’Sullivan has a few tips to make sure you and your kids are safe while trick-or-treating this evening. "We ask that children have some type of illuminating device...
INDIANAPOLIS -- (RTV6) An 18-year-old and 17-year-old now charged in the murder of Dallis Coleman earlier this month ransacked his house before murdering him, police say. D’Andrae Robinson, 18, and Christopher Taliefer, 17, were arrested last week on charges of murder, robbery...
INDIANAPOLIS -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R), who chairs President Trump’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, says that the opioid epidemic is the "worst public health crisis since the AIDS epidemic." Speaking at an event hosted by Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS - Despite three separate attempts to repeal it this year, the federal health care law is still on the books, and enrollment for next year is about to start. Open enrollment begins Wednesday, and runs through December 15 -- that cutoff is 15 days earlier than in...