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INDIANAPOLIS -- It wasn't quite enough for the Indianapolis Colts. Down 21-3 early in the game, the Colts rallied and took a 35-34 lead in the final minute. However, the Detroit Lions were able to drive to get in position for a winning field goal, kicked by Lions kicker Matt...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Indianapolis Sunday on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The Indianapolis 9/11 Memorial hosted the ceremony Sunday afternoon. Mayor Joe Hogsett was among those who addressed the crowd. The keynote speech was given...
INDIANAPOLIS -- One hundred people have now been killed in Indianapolis this year – and more than half of those crimes remain unsolved. Of those 100 homicides, 36 have resulted in an arrest, and five have been cleared. The majority, though – 58 as of this writing – remain...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis reached 100 homicides with the death of a man who was found lying in a near-east side alley Thursday night. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department say a woman returned home just before 10 p.m. to find a man lying on the ground...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Mike Pence has released his tax returns for the last ten tax years. A spokesman for the Republican vice presidential candidate says the documents show that Mike and Karen Pence have not profited from their years in public service "unlike the Clintons". A prepared...
L to R: New Augusta alumni Wesley McKinney, Paul Farris, Tamika Julkes, Danny Gronde, and teacher Mary Robison. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) If you were in elementary or middle school on 9/11, you're an adult today. Some of that generation's fifth graders recalled the...
Bradford Raths contributed to this report NOTE: At the bottom of this page you can hear what the protest sounded like INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Another major oil pipeline project is sparking protest, including in Indiana. This morning, a group representing the Standing Rock Sioux...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The country hasn't had an attack like 9/11 since it happened, but that doesn't mean we're safe from it, said Sen. Dan Coats. He said in an interview from his office in Washington that there are still people who want to get at the United States from outside and...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The federal government may be wasting your money by putting it into a secret fund, said Sen. Dan Coats on the Senate floor in D.C. Coats, chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, delivered his 49th Waste of the Week speech and highlighted how the Obama...