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INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis basketball trainer faces more than a dozen charges after being arrested and accused of sexual misconduct with several underage girls. Indy Metro Police began investigating the behavior of Shon Bolden, a trainer at Shoot 360 Indianapolis, after two...
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SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. -- As President Trump is set to sign the 2018 Farm Bill into law on Thursday, one component of that bill which removes hemp from a list of banned substances and makes it a regular agricultural crop, could be a benefit to Indiana's agricultural industry says...
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ELKHART, Ind. -- An off-duty Elkhart police officer was arrested and charged Tuesday for driving under the influence. Corporal Scott Haigh crashed into another car at 3rd and Franklin Streets at around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Elkhart Police Department said. Responding officers...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --Both Democrats and Republicans are determined to pass criminal justice reform. Some of the is happening this week and next and other parts may happen in the next Congress, next year. Some of the potential new laws focus on lighter sentences for non-violent...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police are looking for the person who burned a dog to death and left its body in a vacant lot on the city's northwest side. The dog was found Dec. 13 in an abandoned shed in the 2600 block of Lincoln Avenue near North Michigan Road and West 62nd Street...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -One man tried to rob a convenience store on the southeast side of Indy Wednesday morning, even going up in the ceiling and trying to find a way out. He found his way into police handcuffs instead. Investigators say the man tried to rob Express Pantry around 1:30...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Lime claims their new study shows the scooters are boosting economies, but some businesses say they are not feeling the impact. The company's End of Year report says 32 percent of riders across the world went to or from dining or entertainment for their last trip...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb maintains a tight state budget forecast is better than it appears. Holcomb's pledged to increase school spending and take a first step toward raising teachers' pay. The new forecast predicts strong economic growth -- but also sees a big jump in...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy will either set a new homicide record this year or come close - yet violent crime overall is down. With 13 days to go in 2018, Indianapolis has recorded 152 homicides, four fewer than last year's record total. Including this year, the last four years will...