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INDIANAPOLIS — The child exploitation case against the former chief of the Ingalls Volunteer Fire Department will be heard in federal court. A grand jury has indicted Brian Cushman, 29, on one count of sexual exploitation of a child. Cushman is accused of having a sexual...
INDIANAPOLIS - It's that time of year when families are hitting the highways and friendly skies for vacation. Burglars can use your time away from home as an opportunity to break-in to your house. According to Safewise, the majority of home burglaries take place during the...
FISHERS, Ind .--One person was killed in a crash on I-69 in Fishers late Thursday night. Police say it happened around 10:45 in the southbound lanes near the 204 mile marker when a Toyota Rav4 SUV was going south on I-69 and hit the back of a semi-truck. I-69 southbound was...
INDIANAPOLIS --The Indianapolis International Airport is one of the least stressful airports in the country. That's according to a report from Remedy Review magazine. The magazine said that offering a non-stop flight to Paris has really put it on the map. It also said the...
INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Public Schools teachers are getting pay raises. The school board voted Thursday night to raise teacher salaries. Raises will be from 3 percent to 9 percent depending on each teacher's performance record and time spent with IPS. On average, it's a $2,...
(CARMEL, Ind.) - Carmel's downtown Arts and Design District is filling in another puzzle piece. The city will pay $2.5 million for PNC Bank's one-acre property on Main Street. Mayor Jim Brainard envisions a four-or-five-story apartment-and-retail building, with underground...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A Fort Wayne man has been charged with the murder of his wife. Housekeeping staff at the Regency Inn found Janaya Boone's body in her room on Dec. 11, said ABC 21 . The Fort Wayne Police Department said Boone was found unconscious in a pool of blood. A knife...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- One of Indiana's Republican Congressmen is a "no vote on the temporary spending bill passed by the Senate last night. The measure would keep a portion of the government running through February 8th. It does not have the $5 billion in funding for a border wall...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --One in ten people in Indiana are on food stamps, known now as SNAP benefits, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The president and the Secretary of Agriculture said today they plan to propose a new rule that would get able-bodied people off SNAP...