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LaPORTE COUNTY, Ind. -- A LaPorte County man faces nearly a dozen state and federal charges for producing child pornography and making homemade bombs. The indictment against 45-year-old Eric Weiler, announced Monday by U.S. Attorney Thomas Kirsch III, includes the following...
GREENFIELD, Ind. -- Somebody's 4/20 celebration may have been spoiled today. Those the words of Indiana State Police Sgt. John Perrine on Twitter this afternoon, as a traffic stop yielded 78 pounds of marijuana along I-70 in Greenfield. Somebody’s 4/20 celebration is canceled #...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The best way to solve Indiana's high infant death rate is to keep women healthier before they get pregnant. That's the prescription of the state health commissioner. Indiana has struggled for decades with a high infant mortality rate -- it's currently the ninth-...
STATEWIDE -- You may think an ornamental pear tree looks good in your front yard, but the Indiana Department of Natural Resources is asking you not to plant them. The DNR says the trees, also known as the Bradford Pear, are so popular among Hoosiers that they are crowding out...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis girl and a police officer were attacked by a dog on the city's northwest side Monday morning. The incident happened in the 6100 block of Cooper Road at about 9 a.m. A 7-year-old girl was waiting at a bus stop when the dog came up and attacked her...
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. — A Crawfordsville church wants to buy back your gun and melt it down. Semi-automatic rifles, bump stocks, and high-capacity magazines will be collected by members of the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church later this month. All collected items will be melted...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you love salad, you might want to check the label before digging in. Fresh Foods Manufacturing is recalling 8,757 pounds of salad because the romaine lettuce may be contaminated with E.coli. Some of the salads were shipped to Indiana and sold at Market...
PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. -- A report of two young kids playing in the street wearing only their diapers led to a startling discovery at a home near Cloverdale. A concerned citizen saw the two- and three-year-old boys playing in the street in only their diapers. Both children looked...
SEYMOUR, Ind. -- -Recalling more than 200 million eggs sold in 9 states is what one farm in Seymour had to do over fears salmonella spreading from those eggs. Rose Acres Farms issued the voluntary recall for 206,749,248 eggs because they could potentially be contaminated with...