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Richard Cobb and Jason Dale Blake (photo courtesy Indiana State Police) State Police say they've taken a person of interest in custody following the attempted vehicular assault against a State Trooper Thursday morning. The trooper stopped a green pickup truck near Mitchell in...
The Department of Public Works is seeking public input on the $10 million New York-Michigan Streets project. DPW Spokesperson Kelly Ann Janssen says the two-phase project will convert both streets from one-way to two-way streets from West Street to White River Parkway. Janssen...
A Muncie City Court judge faces several misconduct charges. The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications has filed 13 specific counts against Judge Dianna Bennington. The charges include abuse of judicial power, repeated violations of statutes and court rules and...
Two former Hendricks County Sheriff's Deputies are in custody for allegedly being involved in a large synthetic drug ring. Jason Woods, 44, and his wife Teresa Woods, 34, are being held in the Boone County jail. State Police say investigators learned of a safe belonging to the...
Governor and Mrs. Pence greet fourth-graders at Indiana's Statehood Day observance at the statehouse. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Governor Pence has revealed more details of a six-week torch relay leading up to Indiana's bicentennial in 2016. The torch relay will begin at...
Marion County residents aren't in the best of health. To say the least. That's according to the Marion County Health Department's Community Health Assessment 2014. Director Dr. Virginia Caine presented the comprehensive report Thursday. It shows that poverty, homicide, obesity,...
Monserrate Shirley (IMPD Photo) The trial of a second suspect in the Richmond Hill subdivision explosion will be moved out of Marion County Prosecutors and defense attorneys agreed that the trial of Monseratte Shirley should be moved to another county at a status hearing...
Construction on I-65, at 465 on the south side of Indianapolis had traffic snarled as drivers watched paint dry Thursday morning. This is part of the new traffic patterns developed by INDOT because of a flyover ramp that was recently built. Indot Spokesman Nathan Riggs didn't...
Indiana ranks 35th in the country in funding programs that prevent kids from smoking and help smokers quit. That's according to a national report released Thursday by a coalition of public health organizations. The report challenges states to do more by shining the spotlight on...