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Indianapolis police think it is unrelated, but a friend of a teenage girl who was found choked to death and burned in the back yard of west side home, is missing. The girl has a history of running away for short times but Crystal Collins, the mother of Karensha Phelps, 16 says...
(image courtesy of Facebook) The owner of a gun store wants to let people know which stores don't want you to carry guns into their establishments, even if you can do so legally. "This is basically just to educate people who are gun enthusiasts to let them know which...
The Indiana Department of Revenue says they were able to stop $78 million in illegitimate tax refunds from going out the door this tax season. Spokesman Bob Dittmer says a new stringent program allowed them to block $39 million in tax filings which were the result of identity...
(photo courtesy Greenwood Police Department) The Greenwood Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a wanted child molester. Police say Luciano Pino, 42, is wanted in Johnson County for one count of Child Molesting. The charge stems from an incident in July...
(WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) The sisters of an Indianapolis teenager found dead over the weekend are calling for justice in the death of Dominique Allen. Shenika Poindexter and Mareeka Allen say there's no reason why anyone would want to kill the 15-year-old Ben Davis High...
A national courts consultant is urging Indiana to move Marion County's small claims courts out from under township control. Marion County is the only one in the state which operates multiple township small claims courts, instead of a single county-level court. The National...
(image courtesy of NFL/Facebook) Not only will Jim Irsay not be allowed to be part of Colts games and practices, his famous Twitter account might be dormant as part of his punishment from the NFL. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended the Colts owner for six games and fined...
The man who prosecuted Colts owner Jim Irsay says there was not enough evidence to charge him with a felony in his impaired driving case. Irsay pleaded guilty Monday to a single misdemeanor charge, with a second charge dropped as part of his plea deal. "The first count,...
A federal appeals court ruling says Indiana's Right To Work law does not violate the U.S. Constitution. A three-judge panel from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago ruled 2-to-1 that the 2012 law is not pre-empted by federal labor law and does not violate the free speech...