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Indianapolis Colts linebacker Josh McNary appeared in Marion Circuit Court Thursday afternoon. McNary pleaded not guilty to rape, criminal confinement and battery. A pre-trial hearing is set for March 11th. A jury trial is set for March 19 at 9 a.m. McNary is free after posting...
The Indiana Department of Revenue is keeping close eye on identity theft this tax filing season. Spokesman Bob Dittmer says they stopped $88 million in attempted identity theft last year. He says scams covered everything from ID theft to fraudulent tax returns. He says they...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says he remains confident fellow Republicans will come up with a candidate to fill his vacancy. Marion County Republicans are scrambling to find a great potential nominee to go up against Democrat Joe Hogsett in this year's race for Mayor...
House Speaker Brian Bosma has released the details of a promised ethics bill aimed at plugging loopholes exposed by controversies last year. The bill would require legislators to disclose not just their own direct financial interests, but those of close relatives or stakes in...
A tech expert says we won't know for a while whether President Obama will get his wish of giving people easier access to faster broadband. Obama says wants the Federal Communications Commission to make a move against state laws that ban cities from developing their own broadband...
A death investigation was underway on the city’s southeast side Wednesday evening. Police said a woman, believed to be in her 60s, was found dead in her home in the 800 block of St. Paul Street, near Keystone Avenue and Prospect Street, before 6 p.m. Authorities said two...
Just four days before the Indianapolis Colts play for the AFC Championship, linebacker Josh McNary was arrested and charged with rape, criminal confinement and battery. Court documents filed Wednesday say the charges stem from an incident in the early morning hours of December 1...
Indianapolis is looking into hosting a College Football Playoff Championship game. Indiana Sports Corporation President Ryan Vaughn joined others from the corporation at the championship game Monday in north Texas. Vaughn says their evaluation process includes several factors,...
Chief Justice Loretta Rush (WIBC.com photo: Indiana Supreme Court) Indiana courts will begin accepting filings electronically this year. Chief Justice Loretta Rush declared in her State of the Judiciary address the transition to e-filing will speed up courts and save money...