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A Brownsburg Police Department chaplain was arrested Monday on a charge of theft. Police say the investigation began in December 2014 when representatives from a Goodwill store in Brownsburg came to police alleging that 45-year-old Denis Roy had been stealing from their store...
A bill to extend the statute of limitations in some rape cases is on its way to the House. The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill allowing prosecutors to restart the clock for filing charges if a D-N-A match is made or the attacker confesses, even if the five-year statute of...
Indiana cities and towns which operate their own electric utility are trying to kill a bill which would limit their ability to expand service. Greenfield Senator Michael Crider's (R) bill would end the practice of automatically extending municipal power territories when the city...
Governor Pence says there will be more clarification to come, but says his administration is not creating a news operation similar to that of WIBC or any other media group. Pence claimed to not know many details about the service that will be called JustIN despite 19-pages of...
Finding resources for the uninsured and talking about mental illness are two tools that need to be used in addressing mental illness and crime in Indiana. Marion County Health Department Director Dr. Virginia Caine says mental distress and illness may play roles in upwards of 50...
One person was killed and a police officer was injured in separate crashes on Interstate 65 near Lebanon Tuesday morning. Lebanon Police say around 2:40 a.m., officers were called to northbound I-65 near the 140.2 mile marker and found 47-year-old Carlos Partida dead at the...
The federal government has approved Indiana's expansion of the Healthy Indiana Plan. After nearly seven months of talks with two Health and Human Services Secretaries -- and at one point, an impromptu huddle between President Obama and Governor Pence at the Evansville airport...
The House Education Committee discusses a bill to shift power from State Superintendent Glenda Ritz to the State Board of Education (image courtesy of the Indiana General Assembly) A legislative committee will continue talks on Thursday on a bill that would shift significant...
After an uptick in funding, the Indiana Arts Commission is trying to cope with a three-percent budget reduction for 2016 and 2017. Tuesday is Arts Advocacy Day at the Statehouse. This comes as state lawmakers and Governor Mike Pence are working on the next two-year, state budget...