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(photos courtesy IMPD) The FBI Safe Streets Task Force and IMPD are asking for the public's help in identifying two bank robbery suspects involved in separate incidents. Police say one of the suspects (above, left) is accused of robbing the Teachers Credit Union branch at 2331...
State Police arrested a man from Louisville, Kentucky last month for impersonating a police officer. Andrew Glover, 33, was stopped near the intersection of Spring and 8th Streets in Jeffersonville, Indiana in the early morning hours of November 29. The state trooper pulled...
The culling of deer from Eagle Creek Park has met the goals of the city-county government so far, and it also has also provided meat for local food pantries. Last weekend, the Wounded Warriors Project oversaw the first hunt designed to reduce what the Department of Parks and...
Steve Sells (photo courtesy Anderson Police Department) An Anderson couple was taken into custody as police released disturbing details about a malnourished, mentally disabled teen's living conditions Tuesday. Monday afternoon, family members brought a 15-year-old girl to St...
Some Indiana employers are looking to hire military veterans. The RecruitMilitary Veterans Job Fair is returning to Indianapolis this Thursday. Expo Director and Marine Veteran Doug Turner says about 50 companies will be on hand at the Murat Shrine Temple in downtown...
(image courtesy of Tod Coumbe, White Glove Towing) Transportation officials say didn't see the freezing rain that ended up snarling traffic in Central Indiana coming, and one forecaster says the amount of freezing rain surprised him, too. "We had a low-percentage chance of...
The coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds has a new name. It's now called the Indiana Farmers Coliseum. State Fair and Indiana Farmers Mutual Insurance Company officials made it official today. Executive Director Cindy Hoye says it's a $6 million, ten-year naming rights...
Indiana's ban on Sunday alcohol sales will come under fire again in this year's legislature. Indiana supermarkets have been trying for seven years to repeal the ban. Indiana Retail Council president Grant Monahan maintains this is their best chance yet to succeed. Convenience...
The Indianapolis City-County Council passed Mayor Greg Ballard's pre-kindergarten program by a vote of 19-8 Monday night. While most every councilor agreed that pre-K is a good idea, opponents argued that the city already has funding issues it needs to resolve before passing the...