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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--One of the criticisms IMPD's Operation First Step has gotten is that there will be more drug dealers step right up into the spots left vacant after police took 26 people to jail over the weekend. Chief Troy Riggs acknowledged that possibility, but said that's...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Tuesday was expected to be a quiet day in Indiana with the weather. But Wednesday, storms are back, and in a big way. "We do ramp up the severe threat throughout the day tomorrow, I think with numerous rounds of showers and thunderstorms," said RTV 6...
TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. — The Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing Woodland Elementary School teacher. Krista Perdue, 42, was last seen by her husband at their home on Trackside Drive late Sunday night. He said she wasn’t feeling well. Perdue’s husband...
INDIANAPOLIS - Before it opens to the public Sunday, IndyGo offered a look at the city's new $26.5 million downtown transit center. The finishing touches are still being placed on the new Julia Carson Transit Center. Construction began in 2014, but was delayed by archeological...
FAYETTE COUNTY - Fayette County deputies arrested the mother and brother of one of two inmates who escaped from the county jail over the weekend. Paula Potter is the mother of Chadwick Heath, who is now on the run with Michael Roberts. Potter admits she provided the men with...
An annual study of children's well-being shows Indiana moving up a couple of notches, but still in the bottom half of states. The Annie E. Casey Foundation ranks the 50 states based on 16 measures of health, education, economics, and family and community. Indiana moved up two...
The body of a man was discovered and pulled from Salt Creek just south of Bloomington Monday morning. Indiana Conservation Officers are on the scene investigating the death as a drowning. Lawrence County emergency personnel were called to the creek at approximately 10:17 a.m...
EmployIndy CEO Angie Carr Klitsch (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Indy is shifting the focus of the nonprofit agency which coordinates job training efforts. EmployIndy plans to concentrate on the hardcore unemployed -- those who are still out of work even with the jobless rate...
INDIANAPOLIS - People came together in Indianapolis Sunday in a show of support for the victim's families and survivors of a mass shooting in Florida which left 49 dead. The Indianapolis Museum of Art and Indy Pride hosted a picnic to send love to Orlando. There was food, photos...