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HAMMOND, Ind. -- If you try to pass funny money, you're probably going to get arrested -- even if you're just trying to ride the train. Police in Hammond say Timothy Ross got on the South Shore Train Wednesday night and tried to use bogus bills to pay for his trip to the South...
CASS COUNTY, Ind. -- In one Indiana county, you don't have to call 911 -- you can text, instead. The Cass County Sheriff's Department says you can reach county dispatch with a text of up to 256 characters with no pictures or videos. If the text message doesn't go through, the...
LAPORTE, Ind. -- You hear about police chases all the time, but officers in Northwestern Indiana say the person behind the wheel of the car they were following was a seven-year-old boy. According to The La Porte Herald Argus , an officer saw a car swerving on the road and going...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --If you've met one of the survivors of the U.S.S. Indianapolis lately, you're luck. Just a few of them are left. And, they could all be getting a medal. Your senators, Joe Donnelly (D) and Todd Young (R), have introduced a bill in the Senate called the USS...
INDIANAPOLIS --Thirty years in prison is the sentence for Robert Evans, who tried to kill his wife last year by shooting her ten times inside an Indianapolis law office, and at least once when she ran out into the parking lot. Evans, 58, was convicted of attempted murder and got...
(BATESVILLE) - It may be the first case of its kind: an accused drug dealer is charged with felony murder after a customer died of an overdose. If someone dies while you're committing a felony, you can be charged with felony murder. But Ripley County Prosecutor Ric Hertel...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- If you drive your scooter on the sidewalk in Noblesville, you're going to get in trouble. The Noblesville Common Council ruled Tuesday that sidewalks and trails are for people and bikes only and has introduced a new ordinance prohibiting motorized vehicles...
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana students graduating high school in 2022 may need to meet new requirements before they can turn their tassels. A subcommittee of the Indiana State Board of Education, called the Graduation Pathways Panel, approved new recommendations for graduation. Some of...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Job training and opioids are again at the center of Governor Holcomb's agenda for next year. Holcomb has unveiled a 36-point priority list, with the heaviest focus on workforce development. He wants to reconfigure the Indiana Career Council, the business-...