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INDIANAPOLIS - An Indy Metro Police officer is recovering after being involved in a head-on collision with a drunk driver. The crash happened Thursday night in the area of Raceway Road and Washington Street. IMPD says the officer was headed north on Raceway Road when a car,...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The House is ready to vote Monday on a plan to give teachers a raise. House Republicans' bill urges but doesn't order school districts to steer 85% of their budgets to the classroom. Ways and Means Co-Chairman Todd Huston (R-Fishers) says there may be good...
INDIANAPOLIS --Homelessness. Crime. Roads. Those are the three issues that mean the most to John Schmitz, a candidate running for Mayor of Indianapolis as an Independent. "In my administration, we'd be working on the roads. I'd start tomorrow if I could. We'd be out fixing some...
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. -- A Hamilton County man was killed in a one-car crash early Friday morning. Travis Tridle, of Cicero, was killed just after midnight in a crash on 225th Street east of Hinkle Road. Hamilton County Sheriff's deputies say Tridle crossed the center line and...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Redrawing the Indiana-Michigan state line is a priority of one of your state lawmakers in Indianapolis. State Sen. Susan Glick's bill to do just that has advanced out of a Senate committee Thursday. The bill doesn't call for a drastic change in where the...
BROWN COUNTY, Ind. -- Flooding in Brown County caused major issues for drivers and business owners Thursday. Flash flooding forced police to close down several roads. Parents had problems getting their kids picked up from school, and one woman said she could have been killed. "I...
Closings and Delays: A-F ABC Stewart Montessori: Delayed 2 hours Anderson Preparatory Academy: Delayed 2 hours Bartholomew Consolidated Schools: CLOSED Blue River Valley Schools: Delayed 2 hours Brown County Schools: CLOSED Building Blocks Preschool - New Castle: Delayed 2 hours...
NASHVILLE, Ind. -- An assistant coach with Brown County Schools was fired Thursday night after a picture of him in blackface for Halloween surfaced. According to our newsgathering partners at the Brown County Democrat, the Brown County School Board voted to terminate Richard...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Vandals who target utilities or critical industries would face stiffer penalties under a bill headed for the Indiana House. The Senate has voted unanimously to make trespassing a felony if it happens at a "critical infrastructure facility." The definition covers...