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An Indiana political scientist is speaking out on the popularity of Donald Trump. IUPUI's Dr. Scott Pegg says despite Trump's continued big lead in the polls, his true support remains in question. The latest polls show nearly 70% of Trump supporters saying they would follow him...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Police were involved in a shooting on the city's southwest side Thursday morning. One man was shot by a police officer. No officers were injured, according to IMPD. The shooting happened in the 2100 block of Conrad Avenue shortly before 5:30 a.m. According to...
Russell Taylor (right) was executive director of the Jared Foundation Russell Taylor will go to prison for almost twice as long as his former friend and colleague, Jared Fogle. A federal judge sentenced Taylor to 27 years after the former executive director of the Jared...
Avory Johnson (image courtesy of RTV6) A Marion County jury found Avory Johnson not guilty Wednesday night of killing another man at the Coke Lot during the weekend of last year's Indianapolis 500. Johnson was accused of killing 25-year-old Max Levine on May 24 during the Indy...
A registered sex offender was arrested Tuesday after police say he snuck into Mooresville High School. The school says Kenneth Trisler, 25, and another man were caught slipping in through a door opened by a school sports team Tuesday afternoon. "They were seen by the staff...
The Ten Point Coalition's Rev. Charles Harrison says crime will continue to plague Indianapolis until the community addresses the spiritual nature of crime. Harrison says cities across the nation need to get more churches and communities groups involved in the fight against...
Indiana State Police say they'll turn over the results of their probe of the Hymera Town Board meeting brawl to the Sullivan County Prosecutor by late next week. The brawl broke out when town board members voted to make Daryl McCullough their new town marshal. McCullough...
(L-R) Mayor-elect Joe Hogsett, Indianapolis Fire Chief Ernest Malone and incoming IMPD Chief Troy Riggs at Tuesday's news conference Soon-to-be Chief of Police Troy Riggs knowns his new job won't be easy, but he says he is ready to meet the city's crime problem head on. A day...
The City of Indianapolis is courting Hollywood. Visit Indy, the Indy Chamber and the Central Indiana Community Foundation have launched a new, two-year marketing project called, "Film Indy." The goal is to lure more television and film production to the Circle City. The public-...