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GREENWOOD, Ind. -- A Greenwood Police officer is in the hospital after investigators say he was hit by a vehicle while directing traffic. Police say Officer Scott Cottongim was hit around 7:15 a.m. Thursday near Center Grove High School on Stones Crossing Road. Greenwood Police...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people were shot Thursday morning on Indianapolis' near-west side. The shooting happened around 5:30 a.m., in the 600 block of N. Eugene Street near 30th and Martin Luther King Street. According to a spokesperson with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police...
INDIANAPOLIS — The City-County Council said time is of the essence to fix the streets of Indianapolis. That's why they are a step closer to taking $14 million, mostly out of reserves, to ramp up the efforts to fill potholes around Indianapolis. That $14 million will allow the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Ben Davis High School student was arrested Wednesday for making a threat against the school on social media. Superintendent of Wayne Township schools, Dr. Jeff Butts, said on Twitter that school administrators received information late Wednesday morning about a...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb wants new safety protections for schools before the legislature adjourns in two weeks: Holcomb says he met for two hours Tuesday with agency heads across state government to discuss ways to make sure pupils are safe. He says he'll announce...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A baby step toward redistricting reform appears dead for the year at the statehouse. The Senate passed a bill requiring legislators to track city and county lines as much as possible when drawing new legislative maps. But the Supreme Court is preparing to rule...
CUMBERLAND, Ind. -- An old church is getting a new lease on life. The historic church at the intersection of German Church Road and Washington Street in Cumberland will be transformed into affordable housing for senior citizens. The church last hosted a service in October 2015,...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's last-in-the-nation ban on selling alcohol on Sundays is officially no more. With the stroke of a pen -- actually six pens -- Governor Holcomb repealed a ban that's been Indiana law since statehood. Starting March 4, you'll be able to buy alcohol from...
STATE HOUSE --One in five people in the U.S. have dyslexia. If you have it, it means you learn differently. The Indiana general assembly is considering a bill that would make it easier to identify dyslexia early, so kids don't have to spend years with learning difficulties. "...