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Email to and from state lawmakers will remain private. The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that it was not the role of the judiciary to say whether lawmaker emails were subject to the state's open records law, saying that would violate the separation of powers among the branches of...
(RTV6 Photo) An SUV ran into a road construction site Tuesday morning, police said. The crash happened around 7 a.m., near the intersection of 82nd Street and Hague Road. A tan GMC Envoy SUV ran into the construction. Police say the man driving the SUV suffered a stroke, then...
Investing in the future of Indy - the distant future. Two Ben Franklin Funds have been created by the Indianapolis Foundation in honor of the centennial of the group of which it is an affiliate, the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). Each fund will initially hold $100,...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – You’ll be seeing a lot of firefighters and fire trucks in downtown Indianapolis this week. About 35,000 firefighters from across the United States and over 50 countries are visiting for the Fire Department Instructors Conference -- or F.D.I.C. for short...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- A Beech Grove man who pleaded guilty to raping a 76-year-old Greenwood woman has been sentenced Monday to 63 years in prison -- the maximum sentence allowed by state law for a felon with a prior rape conviction. Investigators say 43-year-old Ira Link forced his...
Republican Senate candidates Todd Young and Marlin Stutzman displayed different tactical approaches in a Monday night debate. In a campaign that's been heavy on attack ads, the two congressmen recapped their talking points against each other, with Young labeling Stutzman a...
Grant Black (RTV6 photo) Franklin police have taken a suspect into custody in connection to a hit and run that seriously injured three people on January 23. Grant Black was driving a short distance away from their Franklin home around noon on that Saturday when a small truck or...
Indianapolis is preparing for a Donald Trump visit this week, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. There are few details available about his visit as his campaign has not confirmed that he will be in the city. "All discussions and planning for any visits...
(image courtesy of Indy Honor Flight/Facebook) In less than a week, almost 180 veterans go on one last mission. The veterans are from World War Two and the Korean War, and two planes will take them to Washington D.C. for the latest Indy Honor Flight. Thousands of veterans have...