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SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) - Two people were killed in an early-morning crash in Shelby County, according to the Shelby County Sheriff's Department. The fatal crash happened in the area of State Road 9 and 425 North at approximately 5:15 a.m. Deputies say the crash was a head-on...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. --The state needs better gun safety laws. That was the message from Noblesville Schools students at the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday. The students are supporting a bill aimed at stronger gun storage laws after prosecutors said a student shot two people at...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- If you're wanted by the police, you probably shouldn't draw attention to yourself by barking at a police dog. That's what the Lafayette Police Department said led to the arrest of Kiana Fletcher on Monday night. Fletcher stood outside her house on Elmwood...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The bill to legalize sports betting in Indiana will also lay down markers on what's legal to bet on: Majority Leader Mark Messmer (R-Jasper) says he'll ask a Senate committee to allow gambling on any pro or college sport, as long as the Indiana Gaming Commission...
INDIANAPOLIS --Strip patching Indianapolis' city streets will start next week, as part of the mayor's $400 million roads plan. Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dept. of Public Works Director Dan Parker announced the plans to open the city's asphalt plants and start the patching Tuesday...
FRANKFORT, Ind . -- Frankfort Police need your help finding a missing 17-year-old girl. Kiairra Mason was last seen on Jan. 31. Her family says she ran away from home. Kiairra is five-feet, six-inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. She's white and has brown hair and green...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The latest school safety bill at the statehouse opens the option of arming teachers. The Senate could vote next week to allow schools to ask voters' permission in a referendum to bust Indiana's property tax caps by up to a tenth of a percent to pay for school...
YORKTOWN, Ind. -- A husband and wife from Delaware County will be contestants on Tuesday night's episode of "Wheel of Fortune." Andrew and Lora Black, of Yorktown, are lifelong "Wheel of Fortune" fans and watch the show every night with their two children, according to The Star...
INDIANAPOLIS- -Volunteers in Indianapolis got to learn about trauma kits inside the Indianapolis Lodge of the Fraternal Order of the Police (FOP) Monday. The life-saving kits are used to help save a person's life in incidents where there is major blood loss or when CPR needs to...