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INDIANAPOLIS - IMPD Missing Persons Detectives need your help finding a woman missing since late last month. Ashlee Rice, 25, was last seen Sept. 25 on Indy's west side, possibly in the area of High School Road. Ashlee is African-American with brown eyes and brown or blonde hair...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A job training nonprofit is setting up shop in Indiana to put booster rockets under the state's efforts to beef up its skilled workforce. Skillful will work with employers, job seekers, colleges and state workforce development staffers to help match Hoosiers...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The US Postal Service wants to raise the price of its first-class Forever stamp from 50 cents to 55 cents to help cover some of its financial losses. If approved by regulators, the five-cent price increase would be the biggest since 1991. The price of each...
INDIANAPOLIS --Last week McDonald's said they are taking all the preservatives out of their food, except the pickles. You'll still get well pickled pickles. But, even though it won't make that much difference in how healthy a Big Mac is, Dr. Rosemary Bates, an internal medicine...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb is steering clear of a former House intern's accusation that Speaker Brian Bosma tried to intimidate her into keeping silent about a sexual encounter she claims they had 26 years ago. The Indianapolis Star reported Bosma hired an attorney who...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana State Fairgrounds is going to the dogs. More than 1,000 dogs and cats will be in the South Pavilion for the Indy Mega-Adoption Event this Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 6 p.m. Want to see some of the pets coming to #IndyMega ? Head over to our...
NOBLE COUNTY, Ind. -- A man released from the Noble County Jail by mistake. Police took Charles Weidman back to jail Thursday, after he was accidentally released Tuesday. Deputies put out a search warrant and found him at a home in Kendallville. Weidman was jailed on September...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- If you're looking for a scare or a laugh leading up to Halloween, it might be worth checking out a classic film on the big screen in downtown Franklin. The Historic Artcraft Theatre at 57 N. Main Street, just north of the Johnson County Courthouse, is showing...
INDIANAPOLIS -- On Wednesday night, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and residents in the Brookside neighborhood planned a walk together. The walk is centered around two unsolved murder investigations near Brookside. So far there have been no arrests in the two...