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INDIANAPOLIS – A Martinsville mom and her premature baby are back in Indiana after a Mexican hospital demanded more than $30,000 following delivery. Thursday evening, Michaela and baby Beckham Ralph landed via medical jet at Riley Children’s Hospital. Family members said...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Three people were shot at a cemetery on Indianapolis' north side. The shooting happened around 3:30 p.m. in the area of Temple Avenue and Millersville Road at the Sutherland Park Cemetery, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. A witness...
INDIANAPOLIS --Keeping jobs in Indiana and keeping you working may require Indiana companies to make products that can't be made cheaper somewhere else. IU Kelley School of Business Prof. Mohan Tatikonda tells Inside Indiana Business that he believes companies in the Hoosier...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It was "one small step for (a) man...one giant leap for mankind" and it happened 48 years ago today. With the eyes of the world upon them, mission commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. landed the Apollo 11 lunar module Eagle on the surface of...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Do you like going on vacation to Florida? If you, you'll soon have another way to get there! Frontier Airlines is adding nonstop flights from Indianapolis to Tampa this fall. Frontier already offers service to Tampa, but those flights include a 10-hour layover in...
FRANKLIN, Ind. – A Greenwood man is now in the Johnson County Jail after being released from a hospital rehab facility following a shootout with his neighbor. Investigators say Jeff Weigle, 59, was in an argument with his neighbor Dean Keller on June 27 when Weigle hopped on a...
WASHINGTON – Indiana Agriculture Director Ted McKinney has been nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The position was created in May as directed by the 2014 Farm Bill...
INDIANAPOLIS - A gas station clerk was hospitalized Thursday morning after they were shot by a gas station clerk on Indianapolis' southeast side. The incident happened around 3 a.m., at a Marathon gas station near the intersection of Sherman Drive and Raymond Street. A...
INDIANAPOLIS - You're getting money back from the BMV. The BMV has settled a class-action suit over 13 years of overcharges for driver's licenses and vehicle registrations. The bureau will issue 62-million dollars in credits on your next transaction, or send you a check if that'...