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President Obama on a 2015 visit to Indianapolis. (WIBC.com file photo: Ray Steele) President Obama's Elkhart visit Wednesday is designed to showcase the city as a symbol of economic recovery -- yet it comes amid an election campaign marked by voter anger in both parties. Obama...
(RTV6 photo) There are still no arrests in the shooting death of a child in Cumberland. Cumberland Police had said they hoped to wrap up the case of the 10-year-old's death by now, but they haven't. Anthony Harmon, Jr. was killed last Friday at the Berkshire Square Apartments on...
GREENFIELD, Ind. – An investigation into a Greenfield man sending inappropriate text messages to a teen led to the arrest of 47-year-old Marty Bogardus and his wife, 60-year-old Lisa Bogardus. The Greenfield couple was arrested after admitting to police that they gave drugs and...
(WIBC.com file photo: Indiana Air National Guard) Congress is poised to pass suicide-prevention measures for troops and veterans for a third straight year. 475 troops and veterans killed themselves last year. Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly says post-traumatic stress has always...
(RTV6 photo) A man was shot dead after police say he broke into a house. IMPD says the shooting happened at a home on Bosart Avenue on the east side of Indy around 5:45 a-m. Police say James Neal, 53, who was naked and did not have a weapon was dead in the kitchen when they...
Davon Keeylen (IMPD photo) A second suspect in a murder that took place last November has been captured. IMPD says Davon Keeylan, 19, was arrested last week and is now charged with the robbery and murder of Anthony Dean. Dean was 21 when he was shot and killed in the parking lot...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - With the weather heating up, Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside (FIDO) is trying to get the word out about new ordinances meant to keep your dog safe from the heat. The new rules, which went into effect in Marion County in September 2015, say if the...
ELKHART, Ind. – President Barack Obama will be in Elkart Wednesday. There will be a limited number of tickets given out this morning for the event at Concord Community High School. Students and faculty got first dibs at the tickets Monday. The tickets will be distributed on a...
GREENCASTLE, Ind. - The Putnam County Humane Society posted a harsh letter Friday chastising whoever dropped a family full of cats at their front gate with no food or water. The mother cat and her young kittens were left inside a cage with no water, food or protection. Although...