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FRANKLIN, Ind. -- No specific environmental concerns have been found in the Johnson County city of Franklin. According to Indiana Department of Environmental Management Commissioner Bruno Pigott, the tests they have done over the past three months say there is no dangerous...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend has released the names of priests and deacons within the diocese that have been "credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor." A Diocese Review Board compiled the list released Tuesday. It accuses 18 priests or deacons of...
INDIANAPOLIS --Indianapolis police and state troopers have caught the man they say stole a car and fired shots at officers Tuesday afternoon. State Police Sgt. John Perrine said 26-year-old Ronald Carson stole a car, crashed it, then took off before police got there. When they...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- The Columbus Police Department is trying to identify a young woman whose body was found Monday night on Interstate 65. Someone driving northbound on I-65 called police at around 8:45 p.m. to report a body on the shoulder of the road near the 64.5-mile marker...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's courts hope to be paperless by the end of next year:. Chief Justice Loretta Rush says the computerization project saves you trees and tax dollars. It's also enabled additional changes that benefit you if you have to go to court, like automatically...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Garth Brooks can't seem to get enough of Indiana. The country music superstar, who will perform the first concert ever at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend on Saturday, Oct. 20, will stick around Indiana for several more days to perform a private concert at the...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Muncie sex offender didn't pick the best hiding spot when running from police. Trevor Wages chose to hide in a police officer's backyard, say police. According to The Muncie Star Press, Wages opened a window and grabbed the leg of a young woman, then ran from...
INDIANAPOLIS – A new plan to further punish panhandlers in downtown Indianapolis is getting a push from two City-County Council members. Michael McQuillen, the Republican Minority Leader, as well as Republican Councilor Susie Cordi will propose a new rule that no one can sit or...
INDIANAPOLIS -- What's better than a cheeseburger? A free cheeseburger, of course! Tuesday is National Cheeseburger Day! If you're in the right place at the right time (and, in some cases, you have the right mobile app) you can grab a free cheeseburger! Here are some of the best...