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INDIANAPOLIS -- Prosecutors have asked a judge to throw out a plea agreement they had offered a man accused of rape after they say the victim accused the deputy prosecutor who offered the deal of mishandling the case. According to Prosecutor Brent Eaton, his Deputy Prosecutors...
If you vote straight-party, you're going to have to make an extra effort to be sure your vote counts for county or town council races. When you vote straight-party, you're normally allowed to mark exceptions where you want to cast a crossover vote for the other party. That vote...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) In downtown Indianapolis, a tribute to Indiana's missing war heroes. Mayor Joe Hogsett joined about 200 people, including seven former prisoners of war, for the annual observance of POW-MIA Recognition Day at the Indiana War Memorial. Veterans laid...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Police in Bloomington have arrested a man they say raped a woman earlier this month. Devon Grounds, 28, of Bloomington was taken into custody at an apartment on South Henderson Street early Thursday morning. Police say Grounds broke into a woman's apartment...
GREENWOOD, Ind. -- A Johnson County jury has found an Indianapolis man guilty of murder. Yesterday, the jury found Candelario Cruz-Trujillo, 38, of Indianapolis guilty on one count of murder. It took them less than two hours to reach their verdict. Cruz-Trujillo shot Miguel...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--You are being warned that a group that was out registering people to vote has turned in forged voter registration applications. Sec. of State Connie Lawson said Thursday that the group Indiana Voter Registration Project will probably continue to operate until...
Indiana's congressional delegation wants a law to let veterans who attended ITT Tech get their GI Bill benefits back. If a college goes belly up as ITT did, students with federal loans can get their debt forgiven. But veterans who used the GI Bill for their tuition don't get a...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Gov. Pence plans to release the results of a physical that he had a couple of months ago, as early as today. "Those of us who have the opportunity to vie for national office, I think we owe an obligation to share that kind of personal information with the...
(WIBC.com file photo: Indiana State Police) Indiana prosecutors are warning of dire consequences if the state opens the door to legalized marijuana. About 60 prosecutors, police and legislators attended a daylong conference sponsored by the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council...