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D'Qwell Jackson (Colts.com) Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson is guilty of punching a pizza delivery man in the face. Jackson was convicted of simple assault Monday in Washington D.C., more than a year after the incident took place. Police and prosecutors say the punch stemmed...
(image courtesy of earth-policy.org) Governor Pence has not said whether or not he will sign the 'plastic bag bill.' That is House Bill 1053, which would make it illegal for local governments to bar grocery and other stores from using plastic bags. Governments would also be...
Next year's high school seniors will be the first with a chance to earn Indiana's new scholarship for would-be teachers. Legislators approved $10 million for the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship, enough money to put 200 seniors a year through college for three years...
The state's big four all got into the dance, but not all are thrilled with their seeding in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Many IU fans thought the Hoosiers deserved to be seeded higher than 5th in the East. But even though IU won the Big Ten regular season title, their...
(RTV6 photo) A woman was shot and killed on Indianapolis' northwest side early Monday morning. The shooting happened around 3:45 a.m., in the 5600 block of Dobbs Ferry Drive, in the Liberty Creek South subdivision. The woman was found lying on the steps of the house where she...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--An off-duty firefighter was in the hospital Sunday after being shot by a man as he picked up food from a friends house on 38th St. The shooting happened at 10 a.m., said reports from both the fire department and IMPD. Michael "Kevin" Gill, who works for the...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--The Saturday afternoon crowds on Monument Circle in Indianapolis were kept outside the Soldiers and Sailors Monument after a woman fell eight stairs and died inside the structure about 5:30. Witnesses who saw it happen told state police when they arrived on...
Two new cases of mumps have been reported at IUPUI for a total of three cases. The first was confirmed on campus on February 18. School officials say, at this time, there is no known connection between the three cases. They are working with the Marion County Health Department...
The Indiana Democratic Party will not file a lawsuit over claims Todd Young didn't receive enough signatures to be on the ballot. The state Democratic Party and tea party-backed GOP Rep. Marlin Stutzman contended that Young's paperwork to run for the state's open U.S. Senate...