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INDIANAPOLIS – More than a quarter of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's pod cameras are out of order, according to new details obtained by Call 6 Investigates. The cameras, which are known for their flashing blue lights, are spread out at 78 different locations...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Street racing led to a fiery crash late Tuesday night on Indy's west side. Indy Metro Police say two people were racing a Pontiac and Ford Crown Victoria on Rockville Road when the Pontiac crashed into a passing tow truck. The two cars collided and burst into...
INDIANAPOLIS —Two people were killed and one person was shot in violent incidents that happened in Indianapolis Tuesday and early Wednesday morning. Around 11:45 Tuesday morning, IMPD says a 31-year-old woman arrived at an Indianapolis Fire Department station with gunshot wounds...
INDIANAPOLIS —A mural of former Indiana Pacer star Reggie Miller will be painted on a building in downtown Indianapolis. Artist Pamela Bliss is painting the mural and hopes to have it done by the Pacers first game in mid-October. “I’m in a tight parking lot so I have the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The three-thousand people who died in the 9/11 attacks will be less than half the final death toll. I-U Health pulmonologist Khalil Diab explains asbestos from the collapsed Twin Towers and residue from the buildings and jet fuel created a witches' brew of lead...
STATE HOUSE --Slavery still exists in America. It's not for building cities or working in fields, but it still robs people of their dignity and humanity. It's called human trafficking. Since 2007, at least 400 people have been rescued from human trafficking in Indiana. "I think...
STATEWIDE -- Last week, Governor Eric Holcomb laid out a billion dollar plan to raise tolls for semi-trucks on the Indiana Toll Road in northern Indiana. The plan is to increase tolls for truckers by 35-percent , with the money raised from the increase to go towards finishing...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy's fire department is remembering the more than 300 of their fellow firefighters who died at Ground Zero on 9/11. Indy's Task Force One dashed to New York after the terror attacks to assist the search and rescue effort. Fire Chief Ernest Malone says in a way...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Muncie Animal Care and Services is still facing a cat crisis. The shelter is still overcrowded after they posted about having over 350 cats at the end of July. In hopes that more cats find homes they're offering $5 cat adoptions through September. Monday, Lindsey...