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EVANSVILLE, Ind.- -A sword-wielding robber is going to prison in Evansville. Yesterday, Ryan Hensley, 38, was convicted of threatening a man with a sword in order to take his scooter. Prosecutors say Hensley did that last September in broad daylight in Evansville. After failing...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -Calling 911 in an emergency could save your life. The people on the other end of the phone are highly-trained and are equipped not only with the skills to get the right people to the emergency, but to guide you through your emergency. Darian Hornaday, a 911...
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STATEWIDE --If a teacher in Indiana wants to bring a gun into school, they would need to pass firearms training first. That's what a bill that passed the Senate Wednesday says. It's already legal for school districts to allow guns on campus, if the school board chooses. The bill...
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STATE WIDE -- Be sure to find your fishing license, because trout season is upon us. Thousands of trout will be available to Indiana fishermen starting at 6 a.m. Saturday, April 27. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources will stock over 20,000 rainbow trout in 17 streams...
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TIPTON, Ind. -- Thanks to a person's tip on Facebook, a Tipton man is behind bars for molesting a minor. The information was sent to the Tipton Police Department's Facebook page, who teamed up with the Department of Child Services to investigate, and later arrested Kyemichael...
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(WISH) -- Looking for some Easter fun this weekend? Here's our list of Easter egg hunts and other Easter-themed events around central Indiana. All events are scheduled for Saturday, April 20, unless otherwise noted. Indianapolis April 18: Head to Garfield Park Burrello Center...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A man is dead and a woman is injured after a shooting in a parking lot on the city's near-north side. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was sent shortly after 8:30 p.m. Tuesday to a parking lot in the 1100 block of East 16th Street, an area between a...
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STATEWIDE -- Farming is one of the biggest industries in Indiana and it's gaining strength, says the head of the State Department of Agriculture. The latest agriculture census backs up that assertion which shows Indiana's agricultural production in 2017 totaled more than $11...
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FISHERS, Ind. -- City leaders in Fishers gave residents a closer look Tuesday evening at plans to give State Road 37 a major facelift. Leaders answered questions about the project, which is set to begin this summer. The goal is to improve traffic flow, specifically between 126th...