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INDIANAPOLIS -- For the first time since Bird and Lime scooters arrived in Indianapolis last fall, a scooter operator has been arrested for drunk driving. Cole Dillon, 21, was arrested Tuesday night in downtown Indianapolis. IMPD says Dillon failed to stop for a red light at the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - House Republicans' plan for raising teacher pay is getting some pushback -- including from the Republican who oversees Indiana schools. Republicans' bill orders schools to make "every reasonable effort" to steer 85 cents of every dollar to the classroom. But...
LAS VEGAS --New gadgets are being introduced at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Terri Stacy spoke with Steve Greenburg, author of "Gadget Nation", who previewed some of the new tech that will be available this year. #CES2019 is right around the corner! Check...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The man who murdered and dismembered former IU grad student Ellen Marks more than 30 years ago will remain in prison. The Indiana Parole Board voted unanimously last week to deny the parole request of 63-year-old Robert Lee. Lee killed 31-year-old Marks in 1986...
MUNCIE, Ind. --Sears has been in business since 1886, but the brand may be coming to an end soon. Prof. Steve Horwitz, an economic professor at Ball State University, said he doesn't believe the current plan to save Sears and K-Mart, will work. Eddie Lampert, CEO of Sears, has...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Two Columbus Police officers are being investigated by the Indiana State Police after they were accused of working a second job while claiming they were also working at that same time for the department. WCSI reports that the two officers involved are Dan...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --The government shutdown needs to end soon, and Democrat and Republican leaders should be talking and negotiating constantly until they find a solution, said Rep. Susan Brooks (R-5th). Brooks, on Tony Katz and the Morning News on WIBC, said she agrees with the...
STATEWIDE -- Verbal abuse by parents is the main reason why there is a shortage of game and event officials at the Indiana High School Athletic Association. That's according to IHSAA commissioner Bobby Cox in an open letter to all parents of student-athletes at Indiana's high...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Lafayette police officer is in serious but stable condition after investigators say she was shot by another officer Tuesday morning. Lafayette Police say Officer Lane Butler was with two other officers on a criminal complaint call at an apartment on 9th...