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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indy Fuel hockey team is looking after a lost stuffed bunny while they search for its owner. The team says the bunny was left behind at Saturday's game, and they want to reunite it with the child that lost it. Alright, Internet - time to do your thing. This...
NEW MARKET, Ind. -- A Montgomery County woman is in jail after police say she fatally shot her husband, then waited three days to call police. Sheila Ridenour, 55, is charged with murder and failure to report a dead body. Police say Ridenour called 911 on Monday morning about a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police are searching for a man with dementia who walked out of a south side hospital Monday night. Joseph Floyd, 70, walked out of Community Hospital South at 8:05 p.m. Monday. He was last seen walking toward County Line Road. Floyd is 5 feet, 11...
INDIANAPOLIS-- A man shot himself when he was confronted by police early Tuesday morning on the southwest side of Indianapolis. IMPD says they spotted a suspicious looking vehicle parked on S. White River Parkway W. Drive. That's not far from I-70. White River Pkwy / Raymond...
INDIANAPOLIS-- As INDOT moves ahead with plans to redesign the interchange of interstates 65 and 70 north of downtown, one group from Indianapolis is asking them to rethink their vision. The Rethink 65/70 Coalition presented alternative plans and a study Monday evening at the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - One of Indiana's most reliable Republican strongholds looked a lot bluer in last week's election. Hamilton County officeholders and the Republican statewide ticket of Secretary of State Connie Lawson, Treasurer Kelly Mitchell and Auditor Tera Klutz all racked up...
PENDLETON, Ind. -- A former correctional officer at Pendleton Correctional Facility is accused of trafficking and sex with an inmate. Janet Miller of Zionsville has been arrested in the case. PCF said Miller was suspended on Oct. 18 and fired Oct. 23 after being accused of...
(NEW ORLEANS) - Indiana University researchers' deep dive into the opioid crisis is starting its second year with a new round of projects. IU's "Grand Challenges" analysis of opioids is broad-based, looking at legal, social and medical topics. The new slate of 15 projects...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The New Year will bring a new chief to the Wayne Township Fire Department. Battalion Chief Randy Adams will take over the role of Fire Chief from Gene Konzen on Jan. 1, 2019. He was selected for the role by Township Trustee-Elect Chuck Jones. Chief Adams is a 35-...