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For the first time, scientists say they have reversed memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease. The study only involved 10 people in California, but researchers say nine of them, all in the early stages of Alzheimer's, reversed their memory loss with a strict regimen of diet,...
One person is dead, and a shooting suspect from Indy appears to be in custody after a gunfight and six-hour standoff in Chicago that left a police captain wounded. Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says the officer was shot in the head and clavicle around 5:30 central...
A family spokeswoman has released more details about an Indiana man held captive by ISIS and why his family kept quiet for almost a year. Abdul-Rahman Kassig, 26, was captured in Oct. 2013 while he was providing aid to Syrian refugees. The family spokeswoman said Kassig was in...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Instead of beating swords into plowshares, an Indianapolis firefighter has sculpted 750 pounds of guns into a dove of peace. Ryan Feeney was commissioned by Marion County Sheriff John Layton to make the peace sculpture out of the pile of confiscated...
The City of Hammond and two of its police officers are named in a lawsuit accusing the officers of using excessive force and other illegal tactics during a September traffic stop. According to the lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court, officers Patrick Vicari and Charles...
John Dugan (photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD homicide detectives arrested an Indianapolis man for murder which took place late last year. Police say John Dugan, 49, allegedly stabbed Gary Prather, 59, several times inside Prather's home on December 2, 2013. Detectives linked Dugan to...
Duke Energy assures about 500,000 current and former residential customers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio that the utility took immediate steps to correct an error that could affect their credit. Some of the customers' monthly payments were reported as "late" to the National...
A legislative study committee is recommending the state break a legal logjam over fenced-in hunting preserves by issuing new regulations. The Department of Natural Resources has been locked in a decade-long legal fight over its attempt to shut down what critics call "canned...
Indianapolis Metro Police are investigating two separate and so-called "suspicious homicides" involving infants. IMPD Lt. Chris Bailey says both children died on Sunday at Riley Hospital for Children. The first child was a four-month-old girl who authorities say died of blunt...