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A Monopoly lottery game that promised big money is about to go directly to proverbial jail. The Hoosier Lottery says the Monopoly Millionaire's Club game available in Indiana and other states affiliated with the Multi State Lottery Association will be suspended, at least in its...
Two Valparaiso University football players face charges after they allegedly hosted a party last weekend where police arrested 45 people for underage drinking. Police said Devan Gadson, a 21-year-old senior linebacker, and 22-year-old Thomas Ehrlich, a senior offensive lineman,...
The Indianapolis City-County Council failed to override a mayoral veto on the issue of firing guns in parks for the purpose of deer culls. Mayor Greg Ballard vetoed last week the proposal which would have required council approval before discharging firearms in city parks...
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police say a teenager is dead after a hit-and-run crash on the city's east side Monday night. Officers were called shortly before 7:30 to the intersection of East 34th Street and North Franklin Road and found a 16-year-old girl lying in a ditch barely...
The Noblesville Police Department is investigating an armed robbery Monday afternoon at a Dollar General store. Officers were called shortly after 2:00 to the store in the 600 block of Westfield Road on a report of an armed robbery. Witnesses told investigators a man came into...
The Marion County Health Department hopes that keeping some people out of hospitals will help stop the spread of the flu. Today was the first day of restrictions on visitors to all hospitals in the county. "(The restrictions) are a little earlier this year," said Melissa...
Body cameras for police officers is a reality in Indianapolis now, and those cameras could be fixed to police in other parts of Indiana as well. Department of Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says they've looked into the technology for several months but this week will be the...
(RTV6 file photo) A 13-year-old Cincinnati girl injured in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse three years ago is asking an appeals court to throw out the legal cap on what the state can be sued for. Jordyn Polet was 10 when high winds blew down the rigging at Sugarland's...
The Circle City welcomed dozens of new American citizens Monday. 64 people from 35 countries including Peru, Malawi, Mexico, India, China, France, Philippines, Honduras and Greece all took the oath before U.S. District court Judge Larry J. McKinney in Union Station in downtown...