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The growing use of body cameras to record police activity is creating new legal questions of how much of that video should be released to the public. Indiana public access counselor Luke Britt says police now have discretion whether to release video footage. Hoosier State Press...
A driver believed to responsible for hitting a number of pedestrians at multiple locations in downtown Indianapolis Wednesday morning is now is police custody. Guns were drawn in a dramatic scene on the northwest side near Cold Spring Road and LaFayette where police found a...
Two Indianapolis firefighters were slightly injured while battling an overnight fire at a duplex on the city's east side. The firefighters suffered from heat exhaustion while fighting the fire at 920 N Oakland, which took over an hour to put out. No other injuries were reported...
Indy Metro Police say warnings of counterfeit tickets for Notre Dame's football season opener next week are a break from the norm. Notre Dame's athletic department says phony tickets for the Fighting Irish aren't uncommon, but says this year's reports have been earlier and more...
A Ball State political scientist says Republicans are catching up to Democrats on the social media front. Dr. Brandon Waite says 2008 was tagged the "Facebook Election" in which Barack Obama gained a huge advantage over Democratic and Republican challengers. Waite says social...
IMPD Chief Rick Hite announced an operations plan he says is designed to address continuing crime in the City of Indianapolis. This follows a recent rash of gun violence that authorities say includes "twelve shootings and/or killings in seven days." Chief Hite hosted what he...
A weekend celebration in Iran of the country's latest generation of missiles is further enraging opponents of a nuclear deal with Iran. The short-range ballistic missiles aren't covered by the proposed deal, though they do violate a United Nations resolution. Iran's president...
Indiana prosecutors are urging legislators to dial back a two-year-old loosening of drug sentences. Until 2013, drug dealing in Indiana carried six-to-20 years in prison, and under some circumstances could carry as much as 50. A top-to-bottom revision of the criminal code rolled...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts-Patriots rivalry just got even more heated. Reggie Wayne and the New England Patriots have reached an agreement for a one-year deal, a league source told ESPN. The terms of the deal were not yet disclosed. User Actions Adam Schefter Verified account...