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INDIANAPOLIS - People started getting into the holiday spirit at the kickoff of the annual Festival of Trees at the Indiana Historical Society Thursday evening. This year's exhibit features 80 decorated trees, one of which is the Salvation Army's Angel Tree. For that tree...
INDIANAPOLIS-- Two teenagers were injured in a shooting on Indy's south side just after midnight Friday. State police believe it happened on the ramp from I-65 southbound to Southport Road and that the shots were fired from either a black or dark colored car. They think it may...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Shelly Fitzgerald, the Roncalli guidance counselor who was suspended by the Catholic high school in Indianapolis over her same-sex marriage, says she's had enough of waiting for the school to make a decision on her employment with the school. She is filing a...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Tyler Trent, the Purdue University student who has captivated the nation with his courage, now has his very own bobblehead. Tyler has a rare form of terminal bone cancer, but he doesn't let that stop him from cheering on his beloved Boilermakers football...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Supporters of an Indiana hate crime law are gearing up for another try at passing it. Indiana is one of just five states without an explicit hate crime law. Governor Holcomb has said he'll make it one of his legislative priorities. The Indiana Chamber added its...
STATE WIDE- -Hackers and scammers are trying harder than ever to get your personal data, and your money. But, they try even harder during the holiday months. People trying to get your money try at least one and a half times as hard during October, November and December, says new...
INDIANAPOLIS -- E-cigarette use among the nation's youth is up 80-percent. Those are the latest numbers from the US Food and Drug Administration, which today proposed changes to federal law in order to crack down on the problem. Put simply, the new regulations would ban the sale...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis is 6th in the U.S. for volunteering. Barbara Stewart, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, said what this means is, "the number and percentage of individuals who are willing to volunteer to help their communities, to strengthen...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Cigarette taxes in Indiana have held steady for 11 years. A health and business coalition will be lobbying again to raise them. The "Raise It for Health" Coalition has pushed legislators the last two years to double the cigarette tax. This year, it's asking to...