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Tight races in Indiana according to a new poll. Bellwether Research conducted the poll of 600 registered voters in Indiana. Governor Pence has a narrow lead over John Gregg 40-percent to 36-percent, with Libertarian Rex Bell pulling just two-percent. The margin is within the...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - A woman was set on fire early this morning in Indianapolis after she got into a fight with a man at the home. Indianapolis Metropolitan police were called to the 3000 block of North Kenwood Avenue just after midnight. Witnesses told police the two were...
INDIANAPOLIS - A man walking his bike along the Monon Trail in Broad Ripple Tuesday night says he was attacked and then robbed. The incident happened just before midnight near the intersection of Westfield Boulevard and Winthrop Avenue. The 55-year-old victim told police he was...
Carl Brizzi (RTV6 Photo) The Indiana Supreme Court's Disciplinary Commission recommended disciplinary action Monday against former Marion County prosecutor Carl Brizzi. A verified complaint for disciplinary action filed this week claims Brizzi committed three violations of the...
Several people were shot Wednesday night near Washington Park on the east side. The shootings happened around 10:40 p.m. near the intersection of 34th Street and Keystone Avenue. Two people were reportedly shot on the 3400 block of North Hillside Avenue. Another person was shot...
CARMEL, Ind. - Carmel Police are asking for help finding a missing Carmel teen. Jessica Dycus, 17, was reported missing on Monday. Police say she may be with friends in a Green 1995 Ford Crown Victoria with handicap license plate number D153TM. Jessica is 5'11", weighs 195...
Sue Ellspermann (wibc.com photo: Eric Berman) As expected, former Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann will be Ivy Tech's new president. Ivy Tech's board approved Ellspermann's selection unanimously, two months after she resigned as lieutenant governor to seek the job. She calls...
Indianapolis is bringing several summer youth jobs programs under one roof. The parks department and several nonprofit groups are coordinating their summer hiring. Mayor Joe Hogsett says a thousand jobs will be available through the Greater Indianapoils Progress Committee...
The Obama administration's new rules on overtime will affect roughly 87,000 workers in Indiana. That's the Labor Department's estimate according to Kenneth Dau-Schmidt, a professor of labor and employment law at IU's Maurer School of Law. "There is a real problem they are trying...