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Indiana may be missing out on a piece of Hollywood. Indiana Media Production Alliance President Glenn Pratt believes the state lost a huge opportunity with the summer box office hit "The Fault in Our Stars." The movie is set in Indianapolis, but was filmed in Pennsylvania. Pratt...
(stock photo) Two Northwest Indiana beaches once again ranked among the worst nationally in terms of water quality. Both Jeorse Beaches, the original one and the newer beach just east of the Ameristar Casino in East Chicago, ranked among the worst repeat-offenders in the Natural...
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich says they're "very, very, very close" to filing criminal charges in court in connection with last week’s shooting death of Gary Patrolman Jeffrey Westerfield. Buncich told the "Post-Tribune" that police received some information as a result of...
A battle is brewing between the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police and the Ballard administration. FOP President Bill Owensby says Mayor Ballard recently turned down a $1.5 million Federal Cops Grant to hire more police officers. Owensby says given rising crime, greater...
Metro Police say a woman was taken to the hospital after being injured in a hit-and-run incident on the city's east side Tuesday night. IMPD Officer Rafael Diaz says the incident happened near the intersection of East Washington Street and Gladstone Avenue. A woman was hit by a...
Kenneth Rackemann (file photo courtesy RTV6) Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says his office is seeking the death penalty against a suspect in a quadruple homicide case on the city's southside. Curry says they'll pursue the death penalty against 24-year-old Kenneth...
Sarah Williams (photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD detectives arrested an Indianapolis woman for a hit-and-run crash which killed a 15-year-old Indianapolis boy last month. Police say 26-year-old Sarah Williams is accused of hitting Jack Bussa with her car on June 29, killing him. When...
An anti-violence event has been scheduled for next month to help out members of the Indianapolis community. Circle Up Indy will host the event at IPS School 51 on August 2. Circle Up Indy President James Wilson says several organizations will be on hand to offer services,...
The Indiana Attorney General is encouraging pharmacies across the state to join in a program that offers a year-round, safe place to bring on unwanted medications. Right now, police departments and Indiana State Police are offering certain days for acceptance of the pills and...