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EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- A teenager was arrested on Friday for using what appeared to be a handgun to threaten another man. The Evansville Police Department said the man was walking near Lincoln and Morton Avenues on Friday night when a 14-year-old boy came up to him. The teenager...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A calf rescued from the middle of the road has died. The calf, Bella, was taken to Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control last week after Fort Wayne Police Capt. PJ Smith put a leash on it and walked it to the shelter. They found Bella's owner and she returned...
STATE WIDE --Indiana is the third best state in the country for driving, said a new study by WalletHub. The Hoosier State is only behing Illinois and Oregon, which is the best, according to the study. "Especially when it comes to low-cost and great traffic and infrastructure,...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. --Taking down or covering up murals depicting Christopher Columbus, is the wrong thing to do, said Andre DiMino , an executive board member of the Italian-American One Voice Coalition. He called Notre Dame President Father John Jenkins' and the schools' decision...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The five-week federal shutdown isn't affecting Indiana's state budget yet, but budget analysts are keeping an eye on it. States receive federal money to help administer Medicaid. State budget director Jason Dudich says if the shutdown drags on, Indiana might...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Muncie woman is suing ALDI Grocery Stores for accusing her of shoplifting in 2017. In the lawsuit the woman says she went to the store and bought bread, cheese and potato chips. When she handed the employee her money, she says, another employee asked if she was...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- The Mayor of Franklin says the city is planning to spend around $1.75 million to help relocate several businesses that are in an area that sees considerable flooding and renovate that space to build an amphitheater and expand a nearby park. Mayor Steve Barnett...
INDIANAPOLIS - Wheeler Mission needs a little assistance in keeping people warm this winter and is asking the public for donations. There are about 450 men sleeping in the shelter each night, with more than 100 men sleeping on the floor because there are not enough cots. Around...
ANDERSON, Ind.- - A child advocacy group in Anderson sets up times to speak with kids about the signs of child abuse to watch out for. Little did they know, their session at Anderson Preparatory Academy would lead to two arrests. A girl came forward and said she was being abused...