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(photo courtesy RTV6) The 18-year-old charged with burglary in an incident which led to the death of a 62-year-old woman expressed his regret Wednesday to our news gathering partners at RTV6 . Christopher Rawlings and a 15-year-old accomplice are accused of breaking into the...
Parents and students learned Wednesday that two Indianapolis charter schools will close in June. Fall Creek Academy on the city’s north side and University Heights Preparatory Academy on the city’s south side will close at the end of the school year on June 12. School...
The first bill of this year's legislature to take aim at alcohol laws isn't about beer, but wine. Wine sellers couldn't ship directly to Indiana customers until 2006, when legislators authorized direct sales only if you've first made a face-to-face purchase. Indiana wineries...
A financial aid expert thinks President Obama's idea to end the federal tax exemption for some college savings plans might cause people to stop saving for college. Part of Obama's tax overhaul outlined in his State of the Union speech Tuesday would make withdrawals from 529...
Police are looking for tips after a kid, possibly as young as 10, threatened and robbed a west-side pharmacy this week. Indianapolis metro police (IMPD) said just after 11 a.m. Monday, a boy approached the pharmacy counter at the CVS Pharmacy located at 5502 W. 38th St. The...
Democrat Joe Hogsett officially filed his paperwork to run for Mayor of Indianapolis Wednesday. Hogsett filed documents at the Marion County Clerk's office. His wife Steph was by his side. Hogsett says he intends to "articulate his vision" for the city soon. He says his most...
The superintendent of Beech Grove City Schools says what was thought to be a gun brought onto a school bus turned out to be a toy. The school district would not comment beyond a statement sent to every parent in the Beech Grove district. The message from Superintendent Paul...
Homicides and some violent crimes are up in the Circle City. The FBI's Uniform Crime Report figures for most of 2014 show that Indianapolis reflects a nationwide upward trend. Through October 2014, Indianapolis saw 135 homicides compared to 128 in 2013. That's up five percent...
Indiana's Supreme Court is considering whether probation agreements allowing warrantless searches are constitutional. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2006 that random checks of parolees are legal. But attorney Bruce Graham argues Justice Clarence Thomas drew a distinction...