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INDIANAPOLIS – With the annual Indy Pride Festival and Parade this weekend, the event holds a special place in one Hoosier's heart. Katie Haan of Indianapolis was at last year's event just days after she told her parents she was bisexual. "I was greeted with nothing but open...
INDIANAPOLIS --The spring season started off with flooding rains. By the end of April, we had more than a 3.5 inch surplus in the rain gauge. The recent dry spell has erased all of that. We're now below average for the year. Each week, on Thursday, the drought monitor is...
LAWRENCE, Ind. --A man who police say led them on a brief chase has been arrested in Lawrence. The chase started Thursday night ended early Friday morning. Officers were responding to a call of shots fired at Churchill Ranch Apartments near 42nd and Franklin Road around 11:30 pm...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb and House Speaker Brian Bosma have said the state should reexamine its laws on juvenile offenders after the Noblesville school shooting. One state agency is cautioning against it. Offenders under 14 can't be tried in adult court unless they're...
GARY, Ind . -- The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says one of its agents was shot Thursday afternoon in Gary. The agent was in the middle of a controlled drug buy when bullets started flying, Lake County Prosecutor Bernard Carter told The Times of Northwest...
ELKHART, Ind. -- Counterfeit cash is causing problems for Elkhart police. Officers have taken more than 10 reports of "funny money" in the last 30 days, reports WNDU-TV . Bogus bills have also been reported in Nappanee and Goshen . Police are asking people in the area to take a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new technology being used by the Marion County Sheriff's Office uses a unique physical feature to identify arrestees and inmates in a matter of seconds: their eyes. The Inmate Recognition Identification System takes a picture of someone's eyes and searches the...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. - Three statewide officeholders will be unopposed for nomination at Saturday's Indiana Republican Convention. But there will be a contest over how the party platform should address same-sex marriage: The platform proclaims the party's belief in "strong...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Former Vanderburgh County prosecutor Stan Levco says he wants his old job back. In an announcement at the Vanderburgh County court house today, Levco says he is filing to run for county prosecutor on the Democrat ticket, challenging Republican incumbant Nick...