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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in Fort Wayne today. The primary focus of his talk was on immigration. The visit comes as House Republicans agreed on a bill to protect "Dreamer" immigrants. But Sessions is defending a new push from the Trump...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indianapolis area is seeing its biggest population shift since the "white flight" to the suburbs 40 years ago, according to an IUPUI study. IUPUI's Polis Center says Hoosiers followed the national trend in the '70s in leaving the city for open spaces at the...
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. -- Investigators in Franklin County have identified the person found dead in an elementary school parking lot. Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to Mt. Carmel School in Cedar Grove on Monday to investigate an abandoned van. Inside the van, deputies found...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Eight Fort Wayne families displaced by a June 8 fire at the Tamara Gardens Apartment Complex say the managers of the complex aren't helping them find new places to live. The residents told ABC 21 in Fort Wayne that the only help they've received has been from...
INDIANAPOLIS --American Mensa will meet in Indianapolis for the first time in July. The organization for geniuses and really smart people will bring 1,600 people from around the country to the state for six days, starting July 3. They'll meet at the J.W. Marriott. "We have our...
STEUBEN COUNTY, Ind. -- Three officers are injured after trying to save a three-year-old boy from a fire in northeastern Indiana. Investigators say that fire was near Angola in rural Steuben County around 12:30 a.m. Thursday. An Indiana State Trooper, a Steuben County Sheriff...
LEBANON, Ind. -- A man charged with murder in the fatal shooting of a sheriff's deputy wants his trial moved to another county. According to the Associated Press, attorneys for 21-year-old Anthony Baumgardt filed for a change of venue from Boone County on June 7th. Baumgardt is...
STATE HOUSE --Medical marijuana is not legal in Indiana. But, in about a month members of the state general assembly will be looking at the possibility that that will change. Their agreement to a summer study is a change from just a couple of years ago when the idea of medical...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis City-County Council committee rejected a proposal Wednesday that would have urged the Indiana General Assembly to ban assault weapons and magazines holding more than 10 rounds. The resolution, which cited a 2017 Pew Research Poll which found that...