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WOLCOTTVILLE, Ind. --A shirtless man held up the Farmer's State Bank in Wolcottville, in northern Indiana, said Sate Police. Though the man wore pants, a black cap, a beard and a backpack, he neglected to dress his upper body. The hold-up was just before 3, Thursday afternoon...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Organizations are providing support to the Colemans as they prepare to lay nine of their family members to rest in the next two days. Eleven members of the Coleman family were on vacation in Missouri. When they were taking a sightseeing duck boat tour near...
SHIRLEY, Ind. --Three people are dead in what police are calling a double murder-suicide in eastern Indiana. The Henry County Sheriff's Office says a father killed his wife and daughter before turning the gun on himself. It happened on Mechanicsburg Road just north of State Road...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - An appeals court ruling on a 2016 Indiana abortion law marks seven straight defeats for attempts to restrict abortion in the state. The law would have required an ultrasound at least 18 hours before an abortion is performed. The law had already been blocked by a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis church that made national headlines earlier this month with its immigration protest has updated its display. The Christ Church Cathedral locked up Jesus, Mary and Joseph to condemn the current immigration policies. But now, Jesus, Mary and Joseph...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A Purdue University agricultural economist agrees with a majority of lawmakers in Washington that a $12 billion bailout plan put forth by the White House, does nothing to solve the economic strain American farmers will face as the U.S and China engage in...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - About 600 babies a year in Indiana die before their first birthday. Central Indiana hospitals are discussing how to change that. Doctors already know how to fix infant mortality: get women better health care before they get pregnant. But seven of the 15 worst...
INDIANAPOLIS -- They're striving to bring peace to Indianapolis's neighborhoods. Rob Fry and James Wilson are the first two Indy "Peacemakers", or Community Resource Coordinators. They'll serve under the city's Director of Community Violence Reduction, Shonna Majors in hopes to...
GREENWOOD, Ind. -- A teenager paralyzed in a fall while vacationing in France is back in Indiana. Alex Kalscheur was taking in the Alps from a 30-foot retaining wall in Grenoble, France, when he took a wrong step and fell off the wall. He fractured two of his vertebrae and is...