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It's six years in prison, with four more years suspended for a Fort Wayne man who pleaded guilty to attacking another man with a machete and later lighting him on fire. Monday in Allen Superior Court, 29-year-old David Hunter learned his fate for the March crime. According to...
Two people have been arrested in a disturbing case out of Evansville where a missing woman was returned this weekend after spending nearly two months as the slave of a Stewartsville couple. 30 year old Joelle Ann Lockwood had last been seen July 9 when she went to visit the...
The head of the state Democratic Party wants to know how much the state has spent defending Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage. "It's asking the Attorney General to outline the expenses incurred with defending the state's marriage ban," said party chairman John Zody about a...
An Indiana pediatric infectious disease physician says despite the lack of confirmed cases of Enterovirus 68 in Indiana, they have indeed seen an increase in children with respiratory symptoms. Dr. Christopher Belcher is medical director of infectious disease at Peyton Manning...
Indianapolis police have released the identity of the 16-year-old killed in a shooting on the city's Northeastside. Kayalleiujah Gibson was dead at the scene int he 4300 block of East 34th Street when IMPD officers arrived just before 9:00pm Sunday. IMPD Officer Rafael Diaz says...
A Monday gathering of religious and community leaders in Columbus seeks to bring the city together and tamp down religious divisions after vandalism at three churches. No arrests have been made in the spray-painting of the word "infidels" and inflammatory verses from the Koran...
The City of Indianapolis has begun tearing down the first blight elimination house that's part of the Indiana Hardest Hit Fund. Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann, Mayor Greg Ballard and State Sen. Jim Merritt appeared for the demolition at 906 N. Beville Avenue on the city's near...
A parents' meeting in eastern Indiana's Union School Corporation could be the first of many around the state to discuss mergers with neighboring districts. Just 340 students attend the Union Schools in Modoc -- enrollment has declined an average of 6% a year the last three years...
Former Butler University president Bobby Fong has died. University officials confirm Fong passed away Monday morning. There has been no word yet on how he died. Fong had most recently been president at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Penn. Fong served as president at Butler...