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(photo courtesy IFD) IMPD and IFD crews were called to three crashes on the city's east side Friday afternoon. IFD Capt. Rita Reith says one person was killed in a crash on Mitthoeffer Road near John Jay Drive, south of 38th Street, after losing control of the car and spinning...
The man accused in the shooting death of IMPD officer Perry Renn will not go to trial until 2017. Major Davis Jr. could face the death penalty if convicted. A Marion County judge has set a preliminary trial date of February 6, 2017. A spokesperson for Marion County Prosecutor...
Steve Sells and Joetta Sells (photos courtesy Anderson Police Department) The Anderson couple accused of locking their mentally disabled granddaughter in a bedroom leaving her severely malnourished are now facing a total of 24 charges. Steve Sells, 58, and Joetta Sells, 54, were...
A new report says cancer, diabetes, heart disease and other noncommunicable ailments are rising faster in and in more young people in low and middle income countries compared to wealthier nations. The CFR Independent Task Force Report, co-chaired by Purdue University President...
A federal grand jury has indicted a Fishers man on charges of wire and securities fraud and money laundering. This after U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler says 50-year-old John Marcum bilked 16 investors out of upwards of $6 million. Minkler says Marcum used the money as his "own...
Indiana is part of a multi-state settlement with Sirius XM Radio. The satellite radio company has agreed to pay 3-point-8 million dollars to the states and refund customers for alleged misleading advertising and billing practices. Attorney General Greg Zoeller is joined in the...
An infant was found safe and sound after a woman took it from its custodial parent, police confirmed early Friday morning. The woman also reportedly tried to set a fire before she took the baby and stole a car. Indianapolis police (IMPD) officers were working to find an 18-year-...
The U.S. Department of Defense announced Thursday an Indiana soldier was killed in Afghanistan. Staff Sgt. Matthew R. Ammerman, 29, of Noblesville was killed Wednesday in Zabul Province, Afghanistan. Officials said he died of wounds suffered from small arms fire while conducting...
(photo courtesy Indianapolis Recorder) Bill Mays, entrepreneur and the owner and founder of Mays Chemical Company, has died at the age of 69. The Evansville native, considered one of the most successful African-American businessmen in Indiana, founded Mays Chemical Company in...