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The Marion County Sheriff's Department has called in the U.S. Secret Service to help stop a scam. Sheriff John Layton says crooks are calling people claiming to be high ranking sheriff's officials. He says they're actually using their names and telling folks that they've missed...
Dennis Price (photo courtesy RTV6) An Indianapolis man has been charged with murder in the death of his 4-year-old son. Dennis Price, 29, called police to his home in the 900 block of East 42nd Street on Saturday night, telling dispatchers his son took pills and was unconscious...
One man is dead, two others seriously injured after a shootout in Kosciusko County. Authorities say around 7 p.m. Monday night, bounty hunters were attempting to serve a warrant on 56-year-old Gary Helman at a home on Doswell Drive in Cromwell. That's when Helman and his twin...
The Daviess County Democratic party has reorganized. ​Former House Speaker John Gregg gave a pep talk to about 50 people who attended a reorganization session Monday. State Democrat Chair John Zody and 8th District Democrat Chair Anthony Long conducted an election of officers...
A new sheriff has been named in Clark County after the death Monday night of interim Deputy Sheriff John Kahafer. Clark County sheriff Danny Rodden has appointed Lt. Col. Brian Meyer to the position of Chief Deputy of the Clark County Sheriff's Office. Rodden has been on an...
Ken Falk with the ACLU of Indiana (WIBC.com photo: Ray Steele) A three-judge federal appeals panel appeared to be skeptical of a ban of same sex marriage in Indiana, saying the state's laws on marriage and adoption seemed to conflict. Tom Fisher, Indiana's Solicitor General, was...
The Democratic nominee for auditor plans to focus his campaign on what he says are lax ethics policies in state government. Former deputy state examiner Mike Claytor says the state transparency portal run by the auditor's office isn't transparent enough. While state contracts...
An Indiana-based sleep medicine physician says most teens are "night owls" and have body clocks that require them to go to bed later and wake up later. This follows a new policy statement released by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The policy is asking school systems...
Indianapolis' charter school director says they're dealing with the "tragedy" of Flanner House Elementary School on a number of fronts. The city is holding enrollment fairs for upwards of 176 students. They held the first one today with another planned for Wednesday afternoon at...