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The man wanted in a triple shooting and carjacking in Indianapolis has been charged in a shootout with Chicago Police which injured two officers Tuesday night. Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says Daniel Brown, 42, faces one count of felony murder, two counts of...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, Public Safety Director Troy Riggs and IMPD Chief Rick Hite say they've had a "philosophical shift" in their approach to crime. They say based on impeccable data, crime remains a big problem in six geographic areas that represent 14% of mental...
Gov. Mike Pence (center) and First Lady Karen Pence receive their flu shots at the Indiana Government Center. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Health officials say Indiana is prepared for the possibility of a case of Ebola virus. Indiana State Department of Health chief medical...
It won't affect elections this year, but a federal judge says Marion County has to find a new way to elect its Superior Court judges. U.S. District Judge Richard Young ruled that the county's unique way of having the major political parties virtually divide the open judgeships...
Two people were hospitalized Thursday afternoon with gunshot wounds, Indianapolis police said. The victims were found in two different locations, but police said the two shootings appear to be related. One victim was found outside T&T Market (pictured), in the 2400 block of...
Brett Brandenburg (photo courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) An Indiana State Excise Police officer was arrested last week in Hamilton County on a charges of operating while intoxicated. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office says Brett Brandenburg was driving his state-...
Indiana farmers' biggest cash crops now include not just corn and soybeans, but energy. Indiana Farm Bureau president Don Villwock says ethanol now accounts for 40-percent of Hoosier farmers' corn production. And he says other forms of renewable energy benefit farmers as well...
An Indiana-based archaeologist says Christopher Columbus should always be remembered as a daring "visionary." Dr. Charles Beeker is celebrating a new exhibit at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Beeker and others unveiled two, new Columbus-era wrought iron artillery cannons...
Ed and Paula Kassig attending a vigil for their son, Abdul Rahman Kassig (wibc.com file photo) The mother of an Indianapolis native being held hostage by ISIS is using Twitter to try to reach out to his captors. Paula Kassig started a Twitter account on Wednesday according to a...