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GOSHEN, Ind. — The woman who police say admitted to killing her two children in Elkhart last September has been sentenced to 130 years in prison. Amber Pasztor, 30, pleaded guilty but mentally ill to killing 7-year-old Lilliana Hernandez and 6-year-old Rene Pasztor. According to...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Talk about a bad breakup! An Indianapolis woman is accused of stabbing her ex-boyfriend with a sword on Tuesday. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says the man was stabbed not once, but twice in the 1500 block of North Illinois Street. They said...
(CNN) -- After months of winding through the courts, the so-called "watered down," revised version of President Donald Trump's fiercely litigated travel ban will finally go into effect at 8 p.m. ET Thursday. Here's what to expect for version 2.0: Who can't enter the US? The test...
(CNN) -- Cardinal George Pell, a senior adviser to Pope Francis and the Vatican treasurer, is taking leave from the Vatican to fight historical sexual assault charges in his home country of Australia. The case is the latest black mark against the Catholic Church, which has been...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- A 1-year-old survived a near death experience Monday after he fell into his family’s swimming pool in Kokomo. Zachariah Moiriano fell into an above-ground pool in his backyard and was underwater for nearly 4 minutes. His mother, Brittany Moiriano, said her...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department shot and killed a person early Thursday morning after a traffic stop on the city's west side. The incident began as a traffic stop at 1:45 a.m. near the intersection of Burdsal Parkway and Riverside...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A federal judge has blocked full enforcement of Indiana's new abortion law which would have made it tougher for your daughters to get an abortion without your knowledge. Judge Sarah Evans Barker says government policy must consider two realities--that such...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --The Senate health care bill could shut down Indiana's HIP 2.0, said Sen. Joe Donnelly. That's one reason Donnelly says he opposes it, and so does AARP Indiana. Donnelly said in a town hall Q&A with AARP Wednesday that he hopes for another stab at working...
Even if the Indianapolis Public Schools can't afford to operate Broad Ripple High School any more, the Broad Ripple Village Association says it should still be a school. The century-old school is one of three high schools ticketed for closure as I-P-S struggles with growing red...