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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The Bishop of Fort Wayne and South Bend, once the Bishop of Harrisburg, said the Catholic Church has failed the victims of sexual abuse by priests in several diocese in Pennsylvania. A grand jury report detailed accounts of several incidents involving abuse...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Two longtime Christmas charities for Indiana's needy are merging. United Way's United Christmas Service has been helping struggling families for 66 years. Last year, it dropped a program where you could sponsor a family in need, but a voucher program continued,...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A proposed change to fuel efficiency standards will hit your wallet -- but supporters and opponents disagree on which direction. By 2020, carmakers are required to average 37 miles per gallon. The EPA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this...
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. --Hundreds of guns, ammo, and explosives were taken from a home in Terre Haute, Friday, after a home health care worker at the house was threatened, said Sheriff Greg Ewing. Talking to the Tribune Star and other media, the sheriff said shotguns, automatic...
INDIANAPOLIS --Murders have been solved and police are catching more criminal because of Indiana's new DNA law, says state Rep. Greg Steuerwald (R-Avon). "Prior to the new law, DNA samples could only be taken upon conviction for a felony," said Steuerwald. Now samples can be...
FISHERS, Ind. -- The city of Fishers will soon have a new "top cop." Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness appointed Ed Gebhart, an 18-year veteran of the Fishers Police Department, as the city's new Chief of Police, the city announced Friday. Gebhart replaces Mitch Thompson, who stepped...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Diners at an Italian restaurant in Indianapolis may have been exposed to Hepatitis A. Anyone who ate at Fresco Italian Cafe on the Canal (340 W. Michigan St.) on Monday, Aug. 6 should get the Hepatitis A vaccine, the Marion Co. Public Health Department said...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --The tariffs on steel and aluminum are working, said Ted McKinney, who is now U.S. Dept. of Agriculture under secretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs. McKinney is former Indiana Dept. of Agriculture director. McKinney also told Inside Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police need your help finding the man accused of robbing an east side furniture store at gunpoint July 5. The owner of Décor Furniture on E. 10th Street says a man walked into the store and asked to look at an item. He then pointed a gun at the owner...