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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A day after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit affirmed a federal court ruling that prohibits Indiana from blocking the resettlement of Syrian refugees to the Hoosier State, the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana (ACLU national) and non-profit...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) The crash which closed State Road 37 for four hours Monday was at an intersection scheduled to be turned into a roundabout. INDOT and Hamilton County officials have long been aware of problems where Strawtown Avenue crosses the highway -- the...
FT. WAYNE, Ind.--Voter fraud is now being investigated by the Indiana State Police in several more counties after an investigation that started just over one month ago. RELATED ARTICLE The investigation that began in late August of 2016 alleging the filing of fraudulent voter...
ANDERSON, Ind.--July 26, 2012, started as a normal day for Officer Marty Dulworth, who was 12 years on the job with the Anderson Police Dept. By the time the day was over, he'd be in the hospital, having surgery to remove his leg. Dulworth was shot and so was his canine partner...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - One man was killed and another was hospitalized after a shooting early Monday morning in Broad Ripple. The shooting happened just before 3 a.m., in an alley near LAVA Hookah Lounge near the intersection of Guilford and Broad Ripple avenues. Both men, ages 23 and...
UPDATE: An AMBER Alert issued for a missing Sheridan girl has been canceled. Madison Lloyd, 17, was found safe in Terre Haute and was taken into custody. Terre Haute police arrested Dustin Fischer Monday night. The Hancock County Sheriff's Office said Fischer was on work release...
Candidates for governor Eric Holcomb (R, left) and John Gregg (D) (WIBC.com file photo: Abdul-Hakim Shabazz) There were clearer distinctions but still no haymakers in the second Indiana governor debate. Democrat John Gregg and Republican Eric Holcomb steered clear of attacks on...
CHICAGO, Ill.--The State of Indiana has lost its appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, to deny money and services to Syrian refugees who might want to relocate to Indiana. The lawsuit filed in November, 2015 was brought by Exodus Refugee Immigration, a nonprofit...
HAMMOND, Ind. -- An Amber Alert has been canceled after a 2-month-old child from Hammond, Indiana, and his mother were found safe. Original story Police say Raphael Bevineau is a black boy, 1-foot-8-inches tall, with brown wavy hair, green eyes and a dimple on his chin. His...