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TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. - The missing Woodland Elementary School teacher was found and hospitalized Tuesday following a search at a pond near her home. Krista Perdue, 42, was reported missing by her husband after she disappeared Monday morning. Sam Perdue told police his wife...
INDIANAPOLIS - In a spring/summer travel season that has seen long lines and pointed fingers at TSA, here's some news that doesn't provide any relief to traveling Hoosiers: Indianapolis International Airport is the 18th worst in the country for flight delay times during summer...
HANCOCK COUNTY - The driver in a fatal church bus crash was found guilty Tuesday of reckless homicide. Charles Goodman, 53, was driving a bus from St. Jude Deliverance Family Worship Church in Gary in July 2015 when he fell asleep at the wheel. The bus went off the road in...
INDIANAPOLIS - Parking is about to become a bit more complicated in Broad Ripple. The Indianapolis Department of Public Works announced Tuesday that the Broad Ripple Area Traffic Plan will begin sometime in June. The plan is a pilot program created in coordination with Broad...
A warm front will lift back into Central Indiana over the next 24 hours and that will bring big changes again! Severe Thunderstorms with all modes of severe weather (wind, hail & isolated tornadoes) are possible tomorrow. A morning round of strong to possibly severe storms...
FAYETTE COUNTY, Ind. - Two inmates who escaped from the Fayette County Jail have been taken into custody. Michael Roberts and Chadwick Heath escaped through a hole in the wall of the jail on Friday. Police found a truck they believe the pair stole abandoned near Dayton, Ohio. On...
FBI agents raided the home of a Brownsburg man Tuesday accused of attempting to provide aid to the Islamic State. The raid was conducted at the residence of 18-year-old Akram Musleh at the Brownsburg Pointe Apartments. According to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday, Musleh is U...
Indiana's been pushing high school students to plan on going to college. But that's not the group that most needs convincing. The Commission for Higher Education has frequently trumpeted a goal of raising the percentage of Hoosiers with college degrees to 60% by 2020. The...
(WIBC.com file photo: RTV6) An Indianapolis Democrat is challenging fellow legislators to tighten Indiana's gun laws -- though he's already predicting they won't. Representative Ed DeLaney says the Charlestown man arrested with three guns on his way to a Los Angeles gay pride...