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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...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Some stories are just too ridiculous to make up. Take, for example, what Evansville police say happened on Monday. Ryan Hensley was riding his blue-and-white bike near Morgan Ave. and U.S. 41 when he "pulled a sword on another man and tried to rob him," the...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A veteran member of the Fort Wayne police department died Monday night. Officer David Tinsley, 50, collapsed while walking back to his car after a chase says, WOWO . He was taken to St. Joseph Hospital, where he died. Fort Wayne police say Tinsley was...
BROWNSTOWN, Ind. – A Seymour man has been accused of killing a 19-year-old woman originally from Lebanon. Brian Michael Cogdill, 44, was arrested and charged with the murder of Emma Jean Jamison, who was living and working in Seymour at the time of her death. According to the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Members of the Indiana Task Force 1 loaded up their gear and left to help as Hurricane Florence takes aim at North Carolina. More than 80 members of the team will head to Raleigh, North Carolina, where FEMA will give them instructions on anything needed. The team...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man was rescued Monday evening from a collapsed building in downtown Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Fire Department was called to an old brick building at the corner of 9th and Illinois Streets at around 5:30 p.m. Two men told firefighters they were working on...
INDIANAPOLIS --You probably remember where you were on the morning of Sept. 11, 17 years ago. The families of firefighters and police officers who went into the twin towers will likely remember the rest of their days. Some of those family members were in Indiana last week. "It's...
INDIANAPOLIS --$120 million will be used to repair roads, bridges, and sidewalks in Indianapolis. That is because the Indianapolis City-County Council unanimously approved the spending of that money Monday night. Under the plan, the city will issue $30 million in debt this year...
INDIANAPOLIS --Two young boys are lucky to be alive after they were swept up in Fall Creek Monday afternoon. Firefighters with the Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) say one of the boys is 12 years old and the other is 13. They don't know how both of them got into the water, but...