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GRANT COUNTY, Ind. -- A Grant County man charged with child molesting is now accused of hiring a hit man. Randy McKinney is accused of molesting his 5-year-old granddaughter. On Monday, detectives told a judge he also hired a hit man to kill the girl's mother, Ashley Lopez. The...
INDIANAPOLIS — A Shelby County woman is warning others that the baby changing tables in public restrooms are being used to fill syringes with heroin by drug addicts and that the leftover residue could be harmful to parents and babies. On Sept. 23, Jessica Wayman posted a photo...
INDIANAPOLIS -- National Taco Day isn't on a Tuesday this year, but it is on Thursday, October 4! If you know where to go, you can enjoy free tacos and special meal deals all day long! Here are some of the best places to indulge on National Taco Day: Baja Fresh Join Club Baja...
LAWRENCE, Ind. — The Marion County coroner has identified the pedestrian killed in a Tuesday night crash near Pendleton Pike and Post Road. He was 28-year-old Aaron Cofer. According to detectives, Cofer tried to cross the street several feet behind a stoplight when he was hit by...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An explosion happened in Irvington on the east side of Indy Wednesday night. That was around 10:45 in the median of East Washington and Bolton Avenue. Officers say a car was driving by at the time of the explosion. That driver had a video on his dashboard so the...
INDIANAPOLIS --A man was hit by an SUV and killed Wednesday night on the northwest side of Indianapolis. IMPD says it happened just after 10 in the 2600 block of Westlane Road near 71st and Michigan Road. A man in his 30s got out of his car and began to cross the road when he...
FISHERS, Ind. -- The Fishers Police Department is sending a warning to parents. FPD says an Instagram user identifying himself as Tyler Schultz is contacting junior high-aged boys and asking for them to send pictures of their hands and to be friends. FPD said several parents...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's Department of Child Services is focusing its reform efforts on reducing turnover rather than caseloads. An independent review concluded state law requires DCS to file too many cases. It recommended cutting caseloads the way neighboring states have: by...
GARY, Ind . -- Being bugged by local politicians is one thing, but bringing actual bugs to city hall may be going a little too far. Things were running smoothly at Tuesday's Gary Common Council meeting until someone noticed that a man in the audience had bedbugs on him. "He was...