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JACKSONVILLE, N.C. -- Indiana's Task Force 1 was not the only group of Hoosiers to help rescue those displaced by Hurricane Florence. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources also sent a crew of 16 river rescue instructors and scuba divers to North Carolina. Lt. Dan Dulin, a...
CHICAGO --If the Ten Point Coalition model is going to work to help reduce violent crime in neighborhoods in Chicago, it will have to be modified. But, Ten Point leaders from Indianapolis and Gary felt it was worth the effort to visit the Windy City, last week. "The trial of a...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- The death of a 19-year-old Purdue student, after she fell from a 10th-story window Saturday, was a suicide says the West Lafayette police. Police say the student climbed through the top-floor window of The Hub, an apartment complex near Purdue. West...
FT. WAYNE, Ind. --Becoming an Indiana State Trooper means more than just getting a job. State Police want you to know that the job is a calling, that it requires intelligence, a constant effort to stay physically fit, and a heart for helping Hoosiers. "We get a lot of people...
FRANKLIN, Ind. – A Whiteland man convicted of child porn and child exploitation charges will spend the next three years in prison, followed by an additional two years of home detention. Prosecutors say Anthony Lewis, 23, admitted to downloading and sharing pornographic images of...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Muncie police officer unintentionally inhaled fumes from a cooler that contained a meth lab. The officer who inhaled the fumes was checked out by emergency medical personnel. The lab was found in the truck bed of Larry Walker's pickup truck, Friday. Police...
ELKHART, Ind. – With an increase in RV sales each year since 2012, the issue is there aren’t enough people to fill the jobs in order to keep up with the demand, say the executives of two Indiana-based RV companies. In an interview with Inside Indiana Business , Scott Mereness,...
INDIANAPOLIS --Having one adult in someone's life could help keep a young person from committing suicide. September is Suicide Prevention Month and suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people in Indiana. One group that is even more vulnerable is the LGBTQ...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An ordinance that aims to limit aggressive panhandling in downtown Indianapolis is moving forward in the Indianapolis City-County Council. Many, including dozens of people who showed up at Monday’s meeting, are calling the proposed “sit and lie” ordinance an...