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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Rain will be your main trouble if you're traveling today. Radar shows rain covering Indiana, with some freezing rain and sleet in the north part of the state. You can expect that rain to stick around through Thanksgiving morning in the form of drizzle, before...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A mother is pleading for justice after her son was shot during a road rage incident earlier this month. Police say Reginald Hendricks, 25, was shot in the head after swerving in front of another driver near Michigan and State streets last week. Hendricks’...
FLORA, Ind. -- Community members are mourning the loss of four sisters killed in a house fire. People gathered at church Tuesday night to remember the girls, before walking to the sisters' home and laying carnations. The four sisters, Keyana, 11, Keyara, 8, Kerrielle, 7, and...
ANDERSON, Ind. -- A 17-year-old was killed by his 16-year-old brother in what police are calling an accidental shooting. Police say the shooting happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday near the 1600 block of West Seventh Street. The victim was shot in the chest and taken to Community...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Indiana's legislative leaders are leaving their options open for a possible hate crime bill. The Indiana Senate voted this year to allow stiffer penalties for crimes motivated by prejudice. The House didn't give the bill a hearing. Several ethnic and...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- With Thanksgiving less than a week away, everybody is looking for the cheapest prices on turkeys. If you're simply looking for the cheapest turkey, Marsh's $0.48 per pound can't be beat. Aldi has frozen Butterball and fresh Honeysuckle White turkeys available...
The new session of the state legislature is underway, with leaders promising a focus on some difficult money issues. House Speaker Brian Bosma told the newly-elected House his top priority will be a long-term solution to funding road and bridge maintenance, one which lasts "not...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Have you ever been in the situation where you have to choose heat over food? There's one organization in Indiana that is trying to help families feel a little relief this Thanksgiving with their annual food giveaway. The Indianapolis Fire Dept. Black...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Thanksgiving is only a few days away and Christmas isn't too far off in the distance either. You'll probably be spending time at home, cooking with your family and nestled up to a warm fire on a chilly, winter day. However, there are still some important...