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PORTLAND, Ind. – A man convicted once for his inappropriate behavior with a teenage girl might be headed back to jail. Steven Tapley , 26, is accused of sending photos of his genitals to a 15-year-old girl he met on Facebook. The Muncie Star-Press says Indiana State Police...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- A driver from Noblesville turned a Steak-n-Shake into a "drive-in" of a different kind Thursday night. The Noblesville Fire Department said on Twitter that someone drove into the restaurant at 16902 Clover Road around 11 p.m. The restaurant got a bit banged...
MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- A company that makes medical devices for diabetes patients is closing its facility in Mishawaka. Inside Indiana Business reports New Jersey-based Ascensia Diabetes Care, Inc. will shutter its manufacturing facility by September 30, 2018. 113 workers will lose...
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - President Trump's tagging of opioid addiction as a public health emergency doesn't bring any specific policies with it. But Congress could consider a couple of changes aimed at making it easier for addicts to get treatment. Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly (D)...
INDIANAPOLIS -- One person is dead after a crash on I-65 on the south side of Indianapolis. State Police say a semi rolled over on I-65 near I-465 on the south side of Indianapolis just after 5 a.m. Friday morning. Investigators say debris from the semi crashing in the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- (RTV6) A second teenager has now been charged in the murder of 20-year-old Jacob Arnett earlier this year. On Wednesday, 15-year-old Jaylen Thomas was waived to adult court on charges of murder and robbery in connection with Arnett’s fatal shooting on Feb. 2...
WASHINGTON - President Trump's public-health emergency declaration to fight opioid abuse is winning quick praise at the statehouse, but coupled with intense interest in what comes next. Governor Holcomb says it'll take an "all hands on deck" assault on opioids to reverse soaring...
INDIANAPOLIS --The State Police superintendent says he and his agency are doing everything possible to try to solve the murders of four girls who burned to death in a fire that was set on purpose almost a year ago in Flora. Doug Carter held a news conference Thursday afternoon,...
INDIANAPOLIS -- With more than 46 million customers --- including more than 128,000 in the Indianapolis-metro area --- Bank Of America is finally expanding to open brick and mortar locations and stand-alone ATMs in Indianapolis. Bank of America is leasing space in the new...