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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Zoo's first "zoo baby" of 2019 is a white-handed gibbon. The gibbon was born on the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 8 to mother Koko and father Elliott. The whole family is "doing great together," the Zoo said Thursday. Zookeepers don't yet know the...
INDIANAPOLIS - Former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos player Peyton Manning was in Indianapolis Wednesday to receive Visit Indy's highest tourism award. Manning was given the Bill McGowan Award for his impact on tourism. The honor came during Visit Indy's annual State of...
ELWOOD, Ind. – The superintendent of Elwood Community Schools turned herself in Wednesday on charges of insurance fraud after admitting she took a student to a med-check and used her own insurance to pay for the visit. Casey Smitherman took a 15-year-old male student to an...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Some Senate Republicans want to roll back part of Indiana's five-year-old sentencing reform law. For years, prosecutors have criticized the sentencing reform as too lenient on drug dealers. Indianapolis Senator Aaron Freeman's bill would tackle part of their...
LEBANON, Ind. --If someone goes missing in Indiana, two more officers have just been added to the team that might help find them. Chance and Makaya are 11-month-old bloodhounds . They came from Florida in October, to join the Boone County Sheriff's Dept. The Scent Sniffers The...
STATEWIDE -- What is the safest city in the state? That honor has been bestowed upon Carmel in Hamilton County several times by many different studies. A new study by Alarms.org took crime data compiled by the FBI and says the town of Dyer in Lake County is the safest in the...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- An exploratory committee has been formed to help South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg look into a possible run for the White House in 2020. Whether he plans to officially run is still up in the air, but Buttigieg said Tuesday if the conditions are right he plans...
INDIANAPOLIS --The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Dept. doesn't have body cams and it could take months before that happens. The Indy chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police is asking city leaders to start testing some of the cams that are available, as a pilot program. Rick...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The case of an Indianapolis fertility specialist who used his own sperm on unsuspecting women has prompted legislators to try to close a legal loophole. About 15 of the people in a statehouse committee room learned only in the last couple of years what they have...