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William Alvies (photo courtesy IMPD) The man who pleaded guilty to shooting his ex-girlfriend outside Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis is heading to prison. William Alvies, 20, was sentenced to 42 years in prison with 20 years suspended. He pled guilty to charges of...
Tanner Stickney and Cody Lake (photos courtesy Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police apprehended two suspects in an early morning home invasion in Orange County. Police say Robert Meehan, 54, called 911 around 2:45 a.m. Thursday requesting medical assistance after being...
Connersville Police Chief David Counceller says they've arrested 24 people since the creation of a new, anti-heroin task force. Task Force Connersville began operating November 4th. It includes Connersville and Indiana State Police among other agencies. This comes after the city...
North Vernon officials are trying to decide what to do about their police department's ability to retain qualified officers. Police Chief James Webster says the department has lost four officers in the past month and 14 over the last ten years, most to other police agencies...
A federal judge has struck down portions of Indiana laws that regulate abortion clinics. In a preliminary ruling, U.S. District Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson said that part of the law that attempts to regulate Planned Parenthood centers that provide non-surgical abortions more...
2015 will be the year for hotels. So says the general manager of the brand new Le Meridien Indianapolis. The Circle City's so-called, only boutique hotel officially opened its doors today. This after owner Rockbridge Inc. acquired the old Canterbury Hotel and gave it a $13...
As gas prices fall, the state is looking for new sources of funding for roads and bridges, since much of that funding right now comes from taxes on gasoline. "Taxes, paid per gallon at the pump, are the primary source of revenue for building a maintaining our roads and bridges...
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz (WIBC.com file photo) Governor Pence is stepping into the turf war between state school superintendent Glenda Ritz and the State Board of Education, asking the legislature to remove Ritz as the board's chairman. Pence is...
Rev. Charles Harrison says the needs of thousands of city residents aren't being heard. That's why he filed paperwork at the Marion County Clerk's office Thursday to form an exploratory committee for a possible run for Indianapolis mayor. His wife Fawn was by his side. Harrison...