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(photo courtesy Drew Smith, RTV6) Law enforcement officials were searching Thursday near the area where a one-month-old boy was allegedly abducted Wednesday afternoon. An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday night for one-month-old Delano Wilson who, according to his father, was...
Hoosiers who want to enroll in the second year of the federal health-insurance exchanges will have more choices, but could face higher costs. Indiana Department of Insurance general counsel Tina Korty says nine insurers will offer nearly a thousand different plans among them...
Pike Township school police will increase patrols after a report that a man threatened Thursday morning to abduct a child waiting for a school bus at Bays Water Boulevard and Stanhope Way Southeast. The kids all got on their bus and made it to school safely. Bus drivers have...
An Indiana emerging media developer says don't expect huge changes when Apple's new iPhone 6. Apple has reportedly ordered 80 million units of the new smartphone which would make it Apple's biggest launch yet. Ball State University Director of Emerging Technology Jonathan Blake...
Indiana will retain flexibility on how it can spend federal education money after it received another waiver from certain No Child Left Behind rules. The U.S. Department of Education granted the waiver to Indiana after federal officials raised questions earlier this year about...
Urban search and rescue teams are awaiting the outcome of another round of budget talks in Washington. Indiana's Task Force One is one of 28 federally-funded search-and-rescue teams which race to disasters from the Washington mudslides to tornadoes in Arkansas. But the annual...
A Fort Wayne police officer charged with raping a woman last fall has accepted a deal in the crime. Crime scene technician Mark Rogers pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct and official misconduct. Charges of rape and providing false information are expected to be dropped. Court...
A doctor says you should watch out for nutritional supplements that claim to help concussion symptoms. There's no evidence they do. "There is no research - no peer-reviewed research - that supports any of those claims," said Todd Arnold, physician with St. Vincent Sports...
The Centers for Disease Control says Indiana ranks well when it comes to childhood immunizations. The CDC released its National Immunization Survey Thursday. The survey says the entire nation did better in 2013 than in 2012 in immunizing infants between the ages of 19 months to...