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INDIANAPOLIS -- On the same day a 10-year-old girl called dispatchers, another woman called a Indianapolis Fire Department dispatcher for help. Linda Journey thought her mom was in cardiac arrest and needed help on Feb. 11. The dispatcher, Betty Sanders, immediately sent Engine...
INDIANAPOLIS -- High winds could be possible overnight into Sunday. Meteorologist Marc Dahmer with the National Weather Service Indianapolis said the winds will begin to pick up late this afternoon into the evening. Dahmer says winds will reach speeds of 15 to 20 mph before...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Christopher Lang loves his dog Kane. The 8-month-old pup was in the backyard when suddenly it was attacked by two dogs. A man had one of the dogs on a leash; the other wasn't on a leash. According to Indianapolis ordinance, dogs are supposed to have a leash or be...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. --Two people have mumps at IU Bloomington, said the state health department. Most people don't get mumps because of vaccinations. The health department confirmed the two people who have the mumps are students. Neither the Monroe County Health Dept. or state...
LEBANON, Ind. -- A Lebanon pediatrician has been accused of fondling a 12-year-old patient. The Lebanon Police Department arrested Dr. Jonathon Cavins. Investigators say he fondled a 12-year-old boy during a physical examination on Feb. 4 in one of the examination rooms in the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The teacher pay discussion moves to the Senate after next week. Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray says teacher pay and school funding in general are top priorities for the Senate. But like the House, he says Republicans won't try to order schools to spend money...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A hate-crime law will get its first-ever hearing in the Indiana House, but Speaker Brian Bosma says representatives are unlikely to restore a list of victim groups. Governor Holcomb and other supporters of a hate crime law have called a stripped-down Senate bill...
STATEWIDE --Making construction zones safer across Indiana. That's the goal of a bill sponsored by State Representative Chuck Moseley (D-Portage). Moseley sponsored that bill with two Republicans. "You have a right to be safe on your roads and I'm going to do everything I can to...
INDIANAPOLIS --The family of a man shot and killed in what IMPD calls a road rage incident, is asking police to investigate the murder as a hate crime. Dustin Passarelli, 33, of Plainfield was charged with murder Saturday night in the killing of Mustafa Ayoubi, 32, of...