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(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The president of the steelworkers union said Donald Trump "lied his a-- off" when he boasted about how many jobs he was saving at Carrier's Indianapolis plant. Chuck Jones, President of United Steelworkers 1999, told the Washington...
Prosecutors in Oakland say they're reviewing whether the fire which killed 36 people in a converted warehouse should lead to criminal charges. Prosecutors have said murder charges are a possibility. That would require proof the fire was set deliberately. Even without that, the...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A Zionsville murder case may lead to an expansion of DNA evidence in Indiana. Since 2005, Indiana has taken DNA from anyone convicted of a felony. But legislators have repeatedly killed proposals to collect samples from suspects when they're arrested. More...
(Photo courtesy of Craig B. Moore) HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. -- A central Indiana musician is hoping to make an impact in the lives of the families of fallen law enforcement officers through song and music. Craig B. Moore, who is a school administrator by day in Hancock County, says...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--GenCon is staying in Indianapolis at least through 2021. It's the the longest-running gaming convention in North America. Chris Gahl, senior vice-president of Marketing and Communication with VisitIndy, said negotiations have been going on for two years...
NEW CASTLE, IN -- The 2017 Induction Class to be enshrined into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in New Castle has been introduced. The class includes fourteen players, coaches and contributors to boys basketball, which also includes a first-overall draft pick in the NBA, two...
Photo Courtesy of the IMS Museum. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is commemorating Indiana's bicentennial with a special, one-of-a-kind exhibition dedicated to Indiana's rich automotive history. It's called Indiana Automobiles: Precision Over Production , and it's a...
Abdul-Hakim Shabazz contributed to this story INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--At least one city-county councilor has committed to a solid "no" vote on the possible pay raise for the council that is being discussed. Colleen Fanning, who represents District 2, which includes parts of Broad...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- After 82 years in business, downtown's iconic Milano Inn will be closing its doors at the end of the year. The restaurant, located at 231 S. College Avenue, first opened in 1934. Its original owners, Mary and Joe Modaffari, served...