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(photos courtesy IMPD) Indianapolis Metropolitan Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man believed to be responsible for numerous robberies in the Indianapolis area. One such robbery occurred October 28 at the Family Dollar store in the 4500 block of...
Aaron Kelley and Tiffany Johnson (photos courtesy Anderson Police) Anderson police arrested a couple Tuesday on neglect charges after their three-month-old son was injured last month. Police say the son of Aaron Kelley, 27, and Tiffany Johnson, 19, was taken to Community...
The City of Indianapolis will find out Friday night whether it wins hosting duties for the Men's Final Four between 2017 to 2020. VisitIndy and the Indiana Sports Corporation submitted their formal bid to the NCAA site selection committee on Tuesday. VisitIndy President &...
Rep. Luke Messer (R-6th) (WIBC.com file photo) Sixth District Congressman Luke Messer will move into House leadership when the chamber reconvenes in January. House Republicans have elected Messer head of the GOP Policy Committee, the fifth-ranking leadership position in the...
Steve Forbes (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Former Republican presidential candidate Steve Forbes is hosting a daylong conference of entrepreneurs in Indianapolis. The billionaire publisher made his second Indianapolis visit in a month for the Forbes Innovation Summit, bringing...
Americans currently owe over $1 trillion in student debt and the National Education Association is trying to fight the problem by launching the Degrees Not Debt campaign. The average amount of debt a student now assumes is $29,000, which the NEA feels is a "barrier to the...
One of the first images from the Rosetta spacecraft on the comet (photo courtesy ESA/Rosetta/Philae/CIVA) The landing of a spacecraft on a comet could teach us much, including information on the origin of the universe according to a Purdue scientist who worked on a previous...
A Franklin College professor is accused of assaulting a male student in his home. The 19-year-old told school officials he was assaulted last week in the early-morning hours inside Professor Tom Howald's home. The nature of the assault wasn't revealed, but Howald went to college...
The number of babies that die before their first birthday continues to be a big issue in Indiana. The latest figures show that almost 600 babies died in Indiana in 2012. Indiana infants are 25% more likely to die in their first months than the national average. State Health...