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(file photo courtesy Indiana Pacers) Indiana Pacers star Paul George is recovering from surgery after suffering a serious leg injury Friday night during a USA Basketball scrimmage in Las Vegas. In the fourth quarter, George jumped in the air in an attempt to block a layup and...
A former Sweetser Town Marshal was arrested Thursday on official misconduct charges. 33-year-old Chris Tarlton of Marion is accused of proving false information when buying a gun for an acquaintance. State Police say Tarlton allegedly rote an official letter to a gun supply...
UPDATE: Police have arrested a woman they say is the mother of a newborn baby found abandoned in a trash can at an Indianapolis business. Detectives arrested 22-year-old Briana Holland of Indianapolis early Saturday on a preliminary charge of neglect of dependent. Investigators...
(photo courtesy RTV6) Police arrested what they're calling a serious violent felon following a chase on the city's east side Friday afternoon. IMPD Officer Rafael Diaz says an officer attempted to make a traffic stop near East 25th Street and North Olney Street around 4:00. The...
Brownsburg Town Hall (photo courtesy Town of Brownsburg) A Hendricks County mom is fighting her town to keep her autistic son's pet chickens. Sherri Frushon of Brownsburg says she's fighting an expensive battle. This after she says town officials told her she would have to...
A Hoosier economist says the nation's latest jobs report bears out a continuing sluggish trend. Dr. Mike Hicks of Ball State University says growth is too slow for the nation to feel like there's meaningful recovery. The U.S. Labor Department says the nation's economy added 209,...
Indiana’s inspector general has cleared INDOT’s ex-chief of staff of wrongdoing in connection with the sale of land along the I-69 corridor. But he says the former official could have saved the agency a lot of trouble and embarrassment by following the recommendation of an...
Indiana was supposed to know by the end of July whether its No Child Left Behind waiver would be extended. The education department is still waiting to hear. The U.S. Department of Education told the office of state Superintendent Glenda Ritz it would decide on the future of...
The first mosquitoes of the season carrying West Nile Virus in Marion County have been detected. The Marion County Health Department says they were found in surveillance traps in Washington Township. So far, they've detected no human cases of West Nile this year. July is when...