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Shaun White (photo courtesy IMPD) Two teenagers have been arrested for Thursday's shooting on the city's near north side. Police say 19-year-old Shaun White of Indianapolis and an unnamed 17-year-old are each facing a preliminary charge of Attempted Murder. They're accused in...
Residents, community leaders and metro police say it's time to stop the violence in Indianapolis. They're all part of the so-called Community Resurrection Partnership. They're holding a "Stop the Violence Faith Walk" Saturday morning. Organizer Rev. Tammy Butler Robinson says...
Drug and alcohol counselors across the nation are taking note of an alarming trend. It involves college students who take and post social media profile photos of themselves or friends who are passed out from alcohol binges. They're called "pass out photos." Scott Watson of...
They have covered nearly 1,000 miles around Indiana on a bicycle in 13 days. The Concerns of Police Survivors annual bicycle ride will conclude Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis. The riders are made up of active and retired police officers,...
(USS Indianapolis Survivors photo) 69 years after the worst Naval disaster in U.S. history, a handful of the remaining survivors of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis have gathered for another reunion. Every year, there is talk that there will be no more reunions because so few...
(image courtesy of Hancock Co. Sheriff's Office) The Hancock County Sheriff's Office says a woman from Indianapolis was found dead in a cornfield near the Marion County line. Detective Sergeant Trent Smoll with the sheriff's office says the body of Katrina Miller, 23, was...
(image courtesy of Facebook) The Indiana State Fair says elephant rides will be offered to fairgoers, despite protests from animal rights activists. The Fair hasn't offered elephant rides in several years, but this year it contracted with Carson & Barnes Circus, based in...
Two years after Indiana became a right-to-work state, the membership decline unions feared hasn't happened. Unionization slipped from one in nine Hoosier workers in 2011 to one out of 11 in 2012, when right-to-work took effect. But union membership had been sliding for years...
(Photo courtesy of U.S . Army Public Affairs) One of the heroes of the April 2008 "Battle of Shok Valley" finds his name attached to Sunday's Brickyard 400, the result of a vote by race fans. A native Texan, he's a real-life version of the Hollywood star who was first to carry...