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(INDIANAPOLIS) - $10 million in federal road money is the final piece in the funding puzzle to make it easier to get from Greenwood to Indy. Indianapolis will widen Emerson Avenue from two lanes to four, from the Johnson County line to Southport Road. Public works director Dan...
GREENWOOD, Ind .--You might remember hearing about a Hoosier who caught Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and died last year. This year, more people in Indiana are getting tick-related diseases, and some of them can make you pretty sick. "This year we haven't had any fatal cases. But...
BRANSON, Mo. --Duck boats, like the one on which nine members of an Indiana family died Thursday, should be outlawed, said Daniel Rose, a Navy veteran and maritime law expert. Rose said the design of the amphibious craft was not good to begin with. "It really should be outlawed...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A truck with an infant inside was stolen Monday morning on Indianapolis' northeast side. The stolen truck was left running at a CitGo gas station near the intersection of 38th and Rural streets. A 7-month-old baby was in the backseat. Shortly after the truck was...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Attorney General Curtis Hill is getting some help with his legal bills from a new group. The non-profit group called "Fairness for Curtis Hill", headed up by retired judge Linda Chezem, says they plan to start generating funds in order for Hill to be able to...
SEYMOUR, Ind . -- A Seymour man is on the mend after he was hit by a train. Daniel Champ, 27, was hit Thursday night on the tracks on East Tipton Street near Crossroads Community Park, according to WBIW News. Witnesses told police Champ "walked in front of the train and bounced...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Solving a shortage of affordable housing could save tax dollars in a variety of other programs. That's the theory of a bill introduced by Indiana Senator Todd Young. Young (R) says a lack of affordable housing makes it harder for people to break out of poverty...
WASHINGTON- -A biography of Mike Pence detailing how he ended up alongside President Trump will be in stores soon. The Indianapolis Star reports that it's called "The Path to Power" and is written by Andrea Neal. Neal is a former reporter for the Star. She also was appointed to...
COLUMBUS, Ind. – A former Bartholomew County Sheriff’s reserve deputy and campground employee is facing sex charges after officers received a complaint that he had inappropriate contact with a child. Larry Lee Scott, 72, of Hope was arrested at CERAland Park on charges including...