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LAWRENCE, Ind.--A head-on wreck in Lawrence sent four children and two adults to the hospital when a van crossed the center line and hit a pick-up. It happened Tuesday about 9:30 p.m., near the intersection of 52nd St. and Pendleton Pike. The two adults were taken to Eskenazi...
An increase in how much you can collect in a malpractice suit is on its way to Governor Pence. The current limit of one-and-a-quarter-million dollars will go up to $1.65 million next year, then rise again to $1.8 million in 2019. The bill also caps how much attorneys can take...
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train Tuesday morning in Anderson, Indiana. A representative of the Anderson Police Department said the person was struck in the 1900 block of Ohio Avenue. Authorities say, for some reason, the man was walking along the tracks when he was...
Indiana legislators are pitching in to help citizens of Flint, Michigan. Members of the Black Legislative Caucus organized the drive to collect bottled water for Flint, where lead contamination has left municipal water undrinkable. You can drop off donations at the north end of...
Purdue's Calumet campus in Hammond will now be part of Purdue University Northwest (Purdue photo) The merger of a pair of Purdue campuses is complete. Purdue University Northwest received the final stamp of approval by the state's Higher Learning Commission. It's the merger of...
Legislators should take a final vote this week on making your license branch trip cheaper and easier. If the only vehicle you own is a car, you'll pay the same for your plates as before. But two-million motorcyclists, truckers and bus owners will see their costs go down --...
An officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was injured during a traffic stop and chase on Indy's southeast side. The chase began as a traffic stop near the intersection of Southeastern Avenue and Prospect Street. "Traffic stops -- there's nothing routine...
(image courtesy of RTV6) Kokomo appears to be next. After a contentious meeting, the Kokomo City Council voted 5-to-4 to approve a first reading of a bill that expands civil rights protections to the LGBT community. The council must approve a second reading of the ordinance next...
"People always say we were raised on the game. That we come from a football family. That's true, but maybe it would be better if we changed the order of those words: It's family first, then football. "Because, at some point for all of us, football ends. For my brother Peyton, it...