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One person was killed and two others injured in separate shootings Monday night in Indianapolis. The shootings all happened within an hour of each other. IMPD says shortly before 6:00 p.m., officers received a call of a person shot near Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street and...
The Indianapolis 500 has a pre-race replacement for Jim Nabors, at least for one year. The a cappella group Straight No Chaser will sing "Back Home Again In Indiana" before the 2015 Indy 500 next May. Straight No Chaser was chosen in part because the group was founded at IU-...
The Hamilton County prosecutor plans to seek life without parole against a teen accused of murder. Maxwell Winkler, 17, faces a murder charge in the Nov. 1 slaying of Henry Kim. Authorities say Winkler shot Kim three times and cut his throat in a subdivision near Geist Reservoir...
Fishers has sworn in its first-ever mayor and city council this afternoon. Mayor Scott Fadness, Clerk Jennifer Kehl, and the nine-member city council won't officially take office till the new year, but Fadness says the pre-Christmas ceremony was a date they were all able to get...
Indianapolis FOP President Rick Snyder is speaking out on the killing of two New York City police officers. Snyder says that despite talk that police departments across the nation are taking extra preccautions, there are no "low risk" situations for police officers. He says in...
Attorney General Greg Zoeller (right) with Sen. Jim Merritt (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Legislators will consider tighter security protections against high- and low-tech data breaches. Indiana has required businesses since 2006 to notify the attorney general's...
It'll be a roarin' New Year's Eve with a brand new tradition in the Circle City. Downtown Indy, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and The Indiana Union Construction Industry unveiled the full-size Indy car that will be lowered like the famous New York Times Square ball drop. For...
Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis Christopher Coyne has been appointed by Pope Francis as Bishop of Burlington, Vermont. A Boston native, Bishop Coyne will formally be installed as pastor of Vermont’s 118,000 Catholics on Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 2:00 PM, with a Solemn Mass...
(image courtesy of SPEA at IU) An instructor at IU-Bloomington unwittingly picked an opportune time to take a group of students to Cuba for spring break next year. Dan Preston, a clinical assistant professor at IU's School of Public and Environmental Affairs, had already planned...