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EVANSVILLE, Ind. --The 911 tape is giving more info, but more questions still need to be answered. That's what police are saying in the case of an Evansville firefighter shot and killed last month. The audio was released Monday of Elizabeth Fox calling 911 to tell police her...
INDIANAPOLIS -- People walking and jogging Monday morning along the Canal Walk in downtown Indianapolis called for increased police patrol — and civilian vigilance — following a string of recent incidents in the area. Two armed robberies were reported Saturday night along the...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- A delay in a judge's ruling in the infamous police wire tapping case in South Bend. Back in 2011 it was discovered that several phone calls made by police officers were recorded by city leaders without their knowledge. The police officers and city leaders...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Police in Indianapolis need help in finding a baby girl missing since last Thursday. 8-month-old Amaiah Robertson was last seen at a home along South Holmes Avenue in Indianapolis Thursday. Details of what may have led to her disappearance are unclear as IMPD...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A billboard condemning an Indy 500 tradition has been taken down in downtown Indy. The billboard on West 16th Street near North Harding was made blank this week after a sign paid for by the group Balloons Blow was put up against the annual balloon release, a...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - House Republicans' plan to raise teacher pay may be on a fast track to Governor Holcomb. The Senate Education Committee votes Wednesday on a bill requiring public notice when a school district spends more than 15% of its money outside the classroom. Chairman...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The end of elections for state school superintendent appears to be all but a done deal. Senators are likely to give final approval this week to one of Governor Holcomb's priorities: giving whoever wins next year's election for governor the power to appoint the...
INDIANAPOLIS- -Being a transit driver can be a rewarding job. Misti El Shabazz has been driving for IndyGo since 2013, and she's found many friends that way. She talked about her experience for Transit Driver Appreciation Day. "I have to say the people," she said, when asked...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. --A cow got loose in Noblesville Saturday by escaping from the trailer it was in, which prompted the Noblesville Police Department to call it a "cowboy adventure." It was seen walking near a Chick-Fil-A. One driver, Athena Hopkins, was able to catch the animal...