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A Memphis, Tennessee woman was busted in Brown County, just east of Nashville early Saturday morning following a routine traffic stop that became anything but... Turns out Molly Bilsky's car was a bit suspicious to the trooper who pulled her over. So he requested the back-up...
Police are looking for suspects after a shooting on the east side sent two people to the hospital. A spokesman for IMPD says someone fired shots into a car around 5:00 am near the intersection of 30th and LaSalle Streets. The people who were shot were taken to Eskenazi Hospital...
IMPD Homicide detectives are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect in a fatal shooting August 2 on the city's near northeast side. The shooting occurred in the 3000 block of Eastern Avenue, near 30th and Keystone, where officers found two men who had been shot. One...
A man was sentenced to life in prison Friday nearly four decades after the death of a child in his care. Marion Superior Court Judge Lisa Borges handed down the ruling Friday morning, sentencing 58-year-old Michael Ackerman to life in prison for the death of 21-month-old William...
The first human case of West Nile Virus this year in Indiana has been reported in Porter County. The Indiana State Department of Health says so far in 2014, mosquitoes in 18 counties, including Marion and Hamilton Counties, have tested positive for the virus. However, the virus...
An IMPD officer was arrested Friday morning in Fishers on suspicion of driving under the influence. Police say Officer Allen Johnson, a five-year veteran of IMPD, was off-duty and driving his personally owned vehicle when he was arrested shortly before 7:00. Johnson was taken to...
An Indiana doctor says the chance of the Ebola outbreak spreading to North America is miniscule. Dr. Shannon McMorrow is Interim Director of the Master of Public Health Program at the University of Indianapolis. McMorrow says the virus isn't easily contracted nor is it airborne...
Indiana has enough water to meet its needs, but may be approaching problems in getting it where it's needed, according to a new study. A report commissioned by the Indiana Chamber warns population growth and development in the southern third of the state threaten to outstrip the...
Indianapolis-based American Legion National Commander Daniel Dellinger says current airstrikes in Iraq are necessary. Dellinger says the airstrikes ordered by the President should remain focused on supporting U.S. military personnel and protecting Iraqi civilians threatened by...