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MUNCIE, IN -- The deal for a Kroger subsidiary Topvalco, Inc. to buy 11 of the remaining Marsh stores is a done deal, but because not all of the 44 Marsh stores were purchased, more than 2,700 Hoosiers will be out of work. Kroger is hosting job fairs in Muncie, Southport and...
FRANKLIN, Ind. – A member of the Franklin City Council who had been a former Johnson County Deputy Prosecutor is facing two charges after his arrest in March for driving while intoxication. Drew Eggers, 32, stepped down as a Deputy Prosecutor after he was pulled over by a...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- If you live in Muncie and don't have a high school diploma, you'll have another chance to earn one at a new charter school for adults. The Muncie Star Press says Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., wants to open an Excel Center in Muncie by summer 2018. Other...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Fire Department's scuba recovery team briefly resumed their search for a body in the White River Sunday afternoon. The body was reported to police by a group of teenagers Saturday night near the Washington Street bridge. The call came in around 9...
LEBANON, Ind. -- Officers in Lebanon say Maxwell Foster, 73, was found dead after he was stabbed inside his home on Dicks Street Sunday morning. His wife, Sonja, was also attacked but investigators said she was able to run to a neighbor's house around 7 a.m. for help. Police...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It wasn't all work and no play for the Vice President this weekend, the Pence family left Indiana with two new family members: A puppy and a kitten. Second Lady Karen Pence shared photos of the new Pence family members on Twitter Sunday. She said the puppy,...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS -- IMPD is investigating after two people were shot at Club Venus on West 16th Street Sunday morning. The call came in around 2:45 p.m. after a fight broke out inside the strip club. When officers arrived on scene, they found a man who was...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. --If you drive the stretch where I-69 is not complete yet, from Bloomington to Martinsville, then you know it's orange barrel and construction-delay city . If you live in that stretch, you're probably praying for the day when the project is finally over and...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) COLUMBUS, Ind. – A boil water order was issued in Columbus Friday after E. coli was detected in the city’s water supply. E. coli was detected in the city pipes on Wednesday during a routine sampling, according to City Utilities Director Keith Reeves. A...