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INDIANAPOLIS -- The City of Indianapolis has agreed to pay the family of Aaron Bailey $650,000, settling the civil lawsuit related to the police shooting nearly one year ago. Bailey was fatally shot by two Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers on June 29, 2017,...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's Attorney General is praising the FDA for approving a first of it's kind drug. Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave the nod to a drug that contains purified canabidiol (CBD), which can be used to treat two rare forms of childhood...
ELKHART, Ind. -- Dozens of people, many of whom are elderly or disabled, are being evicted from The Renaissance at Historic Hotel Elkhart because the building is being redeveloped. Most of these people don't have the resources needed to find a new home. Things looked bleak until...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Blood Center is making an emergency plea for donations to help fill their shelves before the upcoming holiday. Staff members at the center say donations are critically low heading into the Fourth of July and they currently have less than a one-day...
GREENFIELD, Ind. -- There was gunfire at a public park in Greenfield after police say there was a brawl between two grandmas. It happened at Riley Park around 6:15 p.m. Monday. Officers say Cristy Horton of Monticello and Tammy Brickles of Greenfield started arguing over...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The city of Indianapolis released an undisclosed settlement Monday with the family of Aaron Bailey, the unarmed black man who was fatally shot by two IMPD officers in June 2017. The settlement resolves a federal civil suit filed against the city of Indianapolis,...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The FFA plans to turn a spotlight on high tech at its annual convention in Indianapolis. The Blue Room is designed as a showcase for farming's technological future, from robots to drones. National FFA CEO Mark Poeschl says the organization hopes to start...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- The Howard County city of Kokomo was once described by Forbes as one of the nation's fastest dying cities. This was due to the loss of automotive jobs like many small cities throughout the United States. Now, Kokomo seems to be putting a halt to hat trend...
FISHERS, Ind . -- Fishers Police said a child fired a loaded gun that was left in a sofa at the IKEA in Fishers. A man went into the store at around 2 p.m. Monday and sat down on a sofa. When he got up, his handgun fell out of his pants and was left behind, said Sgt. Tom Weger,...