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A Fishers man is facing charges after he crashed his car into a retention pond Thursday morning. Police say the car left the road, hit a curb, a sign, a utility box and a fence. It then came to rest at the edge of a nearby retention pond. The driver, Matt Rider, 32 faces charges...
(stock photo) The National Weather Service confirms nine tornadoes hit northern Indiana Tuesday. Meteorologist Matt Friedlein with the NWS office in Chicago says three EF-1 tornadoes were confirmed near Lowell in Lake County and Demotte in Jasper County. Two of those tornadoes...
Gov. Mike Pence talks with doctors at St. Vincent Hospital's Joshua Max Simon Primary Care Center in Indianapolis. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Indiana's application to expand its state-run health insurance package includes a proposal to use the program to help people find jobs...
The commissioner of the IRS is bracing for a flood of taxpayer questions about the federal health care law. John Koskinen met with IRS employees in Indianapolis, the latest in a series of visits to agency field offices. He says next year's 1040 will have a check box to indicate...
Jimmie Monday (photo courtesy IMPD) A suspect is in jail after admitting to killing a woman on the city's south side Tuesday night. IMPD officers were called around 7:00 p.m. to an apartment in the 600 block of West Hanna Avenue on a report of a possible deceased person. When...
A man was shot in the face and in an alley Wednesday afternoon on the city's near-east side, police said. The shooting was reported just after 12 p.m. near the 3000 block of North Gale St. when residents heard gunshots. The victim was taken to Eskenazi Health Hospital, but his...
Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson is urging safety this July 4th holiday. Greeson says the safest option is for folks to go see a safe, professional fireworks show. He says consumers must be 18 or older to buy fireworks and can only set them off on their own property, the...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A GM Spokesperson says they're still probing into what caused that fatal blast at their Marion plant Tuesday. Stephanie Jentgen says numerous agencies are working together to figure out what cause the explosion that killed contract manager, 48-year-old...
A new statewide survey finds that nearly 40% of Indiana employers have left jobs unfilled because they can't find qualified applicants. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce survey also shows that 72% of some 532 employers find filling jobs challenging with 20% of them saying it's the...