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(file photo courtesy RTV6) The Marion County Sheriff's Office confirms one of its deputies was arrested Wednesday night on domestic violence charges. A spokesperson for the sheriff's office says Deputy Matthew Schreiber was arrested for domestic battery. Details on the arrest...
Fairbanks Recovery Center (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Indianapolis substance-abuse counselors have gathered to compare notes on how to combat a rise in heroin use. Police have reported more heroin busts and more overdoses. Fairbanks Recovery Center director of adult services...
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) says it is monitoring six people who have traveled to Indiana from West Africa. Those being monitored are considered low risk for Ebola infection and are cooperating with health officials. The health department says these measures...
(photo courtesy RTV6) One person is dead and another injured after a shooting Wednesday afternoon on the city's west side. Metro Police say the shooting happened around 3:00 in the 1000 block of North Traub Avenue. A school bus driver called 911 after hearing shots fired and...
If you saw a news story recently implying that that cocoa can improve your memory, one doctor says that's not exactly true. A study from Columbia University showed that a high dose of flavanols, which are in cocoa beans, may reverse memory loss that happens as we age. The study...
Suspected serial killer Darren Vann appeared in court for about five minutes Wednesday morning and politely answered a judge's questions. His attitude was not the defiant one he showed last week when he stood in court stone-faced and silent. The 43-year-old Vann entered a plea...
Brownsburg police are investigating after a dead woman was found in a car parked on an Interstate 74 entrance ramp. Department spokeswoman Sgt. April Hyde said an officer patrolling near I-74 and Ronald Reagan Parkway spotted the vehicle just before 10 a.m. Wednesday. The...
(image couresty of ALEC) A conservative group says Indiana is the top state in the nation for education policy. The leader of Indiana's largest teacher union says that's because the group primarily looked at policies that it promotes. Indiana received a B+ in the Report Card for...
An Indiana medical ethicist says Americans would be better off getting flu shots than worrying about getting ebola. Indiana University Law Professor David Orentlicher says the U.S. has seen very few cases of ebola and far more people will die from influenza than ebola this year...