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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...
One of Marion County's top democrats says the Ballard administration has a "very jumbled message" on crime and public safety. Marion County Democratic Party Chairman Joel Miller says he believes most Indianapolis residents don't feel safer now than they did when Ballard was...
Marion County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Denise Robinson says Major Davis' criminal record is "insignificant" given current charges against him. The 25-year-old had a preliminary hearing in Marion County Criminal Court early Tuesday. He's charged with Murder and Use of a...
The fight is not over. The Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association Tuesday announced they would continue to seek changes to Indiana’s alcohol laws. The group has an appeal in federal court and a lawsuit in state court that claims the law violates the equal...
Hundreds of law enforcement officers joined hundreds more northwest Indiana residents to pay tribute on Monday to the life and career of fallen Gary Police Officer Jeffery Westerfield. Public officials who attended both the funeral and burial services included Lieutenant...
Mayor Greg Ballard (file photo) Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says a new proposal which would give IMPD officers incentives to move into high-crime neighborhoods won't address the issue of crime in the city. City-County Council Democrats are proposing to repair abandoned...
The Indianapolis City-County Council will soon hear a resolution urging Indianapolis Power and Light to end coal burning practices at its Harding Street plant. IPL already has to prepare a 20-year plan for how it will generate the city's electricity and submit that plan to the...
A man was critically injured by IMPD SWAT officers after police say he was caught firing his gun at a car with people inside in the 1300 block of West Pruitt Street. Officers were conducting surveillance in the area in response to multiple incidents of shots fired over the past...
The federal appeals court in Chicago has decided in favor of "secular humanists" who sought the right to perform marriages in Indiana. It's the state's "other" marriage case, the one getting less public attention than the debate over marriage between those of the same sex. But...