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INDIANAPOLIS -- Have you ever started to put together the traditional Thanksgiving Day meal for your family, only to find that you forgot a few items and need to rush to the store to pick them up? Apparently, you aren't alone. Many Kroger stores, including the one at County Line...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A shooting at a Chicago hospital is prompting Indiana hospitals to examine their own security. IU Health Director of Protective Services Joe Anderson said, after any active shooter situation, the IU Health staff considers whether there is anything they can learn...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two teenagers were shot on the city's near north side Tuesday night. IMPD says it happened just before 9:05 p.m. in the area of West 34th and Salem streets, just off Meridian Street. Police initially said one teenager was shot and is receiving treatment at a...
INDIANAPOLIS — City leaders addressed downtown homelessness Tuesday with two separate initiatives: a new spending plan and a rejection for a proposed "no sit, no lie" ordinance at a City-County Council committee meeting. Critics of the proposed ordinance — which aimed to reduce...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators are set to adopt a new sexual-harassment policy when they start the session in earnest in January: Legislators could already face discipline for unwanted sexual advances, but the new policy says so explicitly, and makes clear you can't face...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is searching for a man accused of child molestation. IMPD tweeted Tuesday morning that it is looking for Alejandro Batana. He is wanted for four counts of child molestation. According to documents obtained from the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Food and Drug Administration has linked a new E.coli outbreak to romaine lettuce. At least 30 people in 11 states have gotten sick after eating the tainted lettuce. The most recent illness was reported on Oct. 31, 2018, says the FDA. The strain of E.coli...
STATEWIDE -- It's been a less than pleasant last couple weeks for those of you who invest in the stock market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is off big time again having erased all of this year's gains. It fell over 554 points Tuesday. Overall, the slowing in economic growth...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Students who like math and statistics will soon have a new degree to pursue at the University of Evansville. The university's Department of Mathematics has launched a new bachelor's degree in actuarial science. Students may enroll in the program beginning in...