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A felon who was supposed to begin serving a 20-year sentence this week was instead mistakenly released from the Marion County Jail. Levi Garrett, 32, was supposed to begin his sentence for dealing meth, auto theft and resisting law enforcement this week. Court records show...
The two main groups lobbying for civil rights for gays and lesbians say they're already gearing up for another try next year. Freedom Indiana campaign manager Chris Paulsen says legislators from both parties have asked to be put in touch with gay and transgender Hoosiers so they...
Park Tudor is keeping quiet. The private school will not make public the findings of its internal investigation of former basketball coach Kyle Cox and whether school officials tried to cover up accusations that he enticed a girl at the school to sext with him. Park Tudor hired...
Attorney General Greg Zoeller (center) (WIBC.com photo: Ray Steele) Five Republicans are seeking the nomination for Todd Young's seat in Congress, but an outside group's ads have triggered a one-on-one race-within-the-race. Jeffersonville businessman Trey Hollingsworth is...
One Indiana Catholic bishop is not happy that Notre Dame is honoring Joe Biden. The Vice President and former House Speaker John Boehner are receiving the Laetare (lay-TAR-ee) Medal from the university during their upcoming commencement. It's Notre Dame's top award, and the...
For four Indiana congressional candidates, the campaign is only now shifting into high gear. U.S. Senator Dan Coats' retirement opened up the House seats of the two Republicans running to replace him: Marlin Stutzman in northeast Indiana's Third District and Todd Young in the...
Kaiden Harrison (RTV6 photo) A 6-year-old was recovering Monday after being mauled by a loose dog on the northwest side of Indianapolis. The boy's father says he was playing with friends in the neighborhood when the attack happened. "My oldest son came running in here, he was...
The Kokomo City Council approved expanded protections for the LGBT community on a 5-4 vote (RTV6 photo) Kokomo will be the latest city to offer civil rights protections to the LGBT community. The Kokomo City Council voted 5-to-4 Monday night to add sexual orientation and gender...
A Zionsville man was shot Monday night by a man claiming to be a stranded driver. Police said the man knocked on a door in the Austin Oaks subdivision shortly after 9 p.m. asking for help with his car. The homeowner told police he got a tool to help the man, only to be attacked...