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(photo courtesy RTV6) The suspect accused of shooting and stabbing a student at Purdue University entered a guilty plea in court Thursday morning. Cody Cousins, 23, is accused of killing Andrew Boldt, 21, on Purdue's campus in January. Court documents say Boldt was shot and...
Hamilton County Sheriff’s investigators are searching for suspects in an early morning home invasion and robbery near Sheridan. They say three young men entered the front door of the house in the 20000 block of Fremont Moore Road just after 3:00 Thursday morning. Five people in...
Hoosier high school students seem to have their thinking caps on. More kids are enrolling in advanced placement classes. Indianapolis Public Schools saw a more than 80-percent jump between 2006 and 2011 according to the Indiana Department of Education. Carmel Clay saw a 115...
Democratic challenger Ed DeLaney says Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard's proposal to boost police manpower doesn't go far enough. Ballard has asked the City-County Council to approve money for 81 additional officers over four years. DeLaney says he agrees with the mayor's plan to...
(WIBC.com file photo: Ray Steele) An agreement has been reached for the electric car sharing program in Indianapolis. IPL and the Office of the Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) have reached a tentative agreement for making the program a reality. The IURC has to approve the...
An Indianapolis charter school will close next month, after an investigation found teachers helped students cheat on the last two ISTEP exams. Flanner House Elementary School's board voted to close the school after city and state investigations concluded teachers changed answers...
A new report from the American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network says most states - including Indiana - are falling far short in the battle against cancer. The report, now in its 12th year, says 75% of states aren't making progress in passing or strengthening policies that...
(photo courtesy GenCon Indy) Nearly 57,000 people jammed downtown Indianapolis for last week's annual GenCon game convention -- a figure that has the city's event planners thinking about how to accommodate more. GenCon has more than doubled its attendance in five years, setting...
If the accused killer of Indy Metro Police Officer Perry Renn is sentenced to death, it'll be the first death sentence handed down in Marion County in 12 years. Major Davis is the eighth accused killer to face a potential death sentence in Marion County since 2002, but none of...