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MERRILLVILLE, Ind . - Police in Merrillville are investigating an attack on a Catholic priest. Rev. Basil John Hutsko, 64, was attacked Monday morning inside St. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church. As the unknown attacker slammed Hutsko's head against the church floor, police...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- The Mayor of West Lafayette says the logic behind a gun control resolution passed by he and city leaders is sound. West Lafayette city leaders passed a non-binding resolution , meaning it does not change any standing ordinance or law, which urges state...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A resolution passed by the West Lafayette City Council and praised by Mayor John Dennis is being blasted by the state director of the National Rifle Association. The non-binding resolution passed on Aug. 6 calls on the Indiana General Assembly to adopt...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --The plan to walk back some of the regulations on the coal industry put in place during the Obama administration is getting praise from some Republican groups, who say that states will now get the say so on coal emission standards. The regs and Indiana Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Marion County's primary emergency radio system is back on line and operational, according to IFD Battalion Chief and spokesperson Rita Reith. A system failure Wednesday morning left Marion Co. dispatchers unable to communicate with each other with people in the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Three people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Papa John's pizza delivery driver Monday evening on Indianapolis' east side. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says they were called to the 11400 block of Kristen Circle just before...
JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. --A sixth-generation farmer in Johnson County is making a difficult decision to stop milking cows after losing a major contract with Dean Foods. Joe Kelsay with Kelsay Farms says it was a difficult decision, but tough times call for drastic changes in the...
INDIANAPOLIS- -The Archbishop of Indianapolis has responded to the situation involving a Roncalli High School guidance counselor that was recently placed on paid leave after it was discovered that she was married to another woman. In a statement released Tuesday, Archbishop...
INDIANAPOLIS- -Bob Lamey was the radio voice of the Indianapolis Colts until Sunday when he retired suddenly. WTHR TV reports Lamey used a racial slur last week while talking to an Emmis employee at Colts training camp. That employee says Lamey was quoting someone else in...