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Marion County prosecutors will seek a sentence of life without parole for the suspect in the fatal shooting of a convenience store clerk. Desi Thomas Jr. is facing two counts each of murder and robbery in the June 4 shooting death of Harry Briggs, a clerk at Joe's Junction...
Joe Hogsett (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) Joe Hogsett didn't say whether or not he engaged in partisan politics while he was U.S. Attorney, but he did have a response for the accuser. Hogsett on Thursday official formed an exploratory committee to run for mayor of Indianapolis...
Madison County authorities have busted what they're calling the county's largest heroin distribution and sales network. Anderson Police Spokesman Det. Joel Sandefur says eight people are in custody. They're all believed to be major heroin suppliers in Madison County. Sandefur...
A new report out says year-to-year lawn mower accidents are on the rise. Medical experts say burns and lawn mower injuries obviously rise during the summer months, but overall injuries are up three percent since 2009. Indianapolis-based Eskenazi Health's Richard Fairbanks Burn...
State Rep. Ed Delaney is challenging his democratic mayoral opponents and Mayor Greg Ballard to public debates. Delaney, who is seeking the democratic nod for mayor, says Ballard is "robbing Peter to pay Paul" in an attempt to fund his anti-crime, pre-school education initiative...
Part of State Road 32 will be closed of most of Thursday after a diesel tanker overturned. It was closed between Ditch and Spring Mill roads. The driver was trying to avoid an accident by attempting to turn North on Carey Road when the driver overturned the vehicle. The driver...
Police were searching a Muncie home for evidence related to a missing Dunkirk woman. Crews had been on the scene of a home in the 300 block of Council Street since Wednesday afternoon, officials with the Muncie Police Department said. Police said crews were looking for evidence...
The four-day game convention GenCon kicks off in Indianapolis today with what's expected to be a record-setting tournament of "Rock, Paper, Scissors." Organizers expect about five-thousand people, more than double the previous record, to take a break from other games to square...
(file photo courtesy IFD) Indianapolis EMS has been awarded a three-year federal grant for an automated external defibrillator (AED) placement and use program. The grant gives IEMS over $145,000 per year to create and implement the Indianapolis Targeted Cardiac Arrest Survival...