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INDIANAPOLIS -- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana has broken ground on renovations at its new headquarters in downtown Indianapolis. Aaron Boyle, who is on the Board of Directors, says the organization spent around $1.8 million on the building at 14th and Meridian...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A Columbus man is in custody after shoplifting from Walmart Tuesday morning. According to the Columbus Police Department, officers were called to the Walmart located on Whitfield Drive block at approximately 1:45 a.m. for a man acting suspicious. Employees told...
MARION, Ind. — A 2-year-old Grant County boy has been released from the hospital after police say he was accidentally shot by his 3-year-old brother. The shooting happened at around 11 a.m. Monday at a home in the 4200 block of Creston Drive, just north of Marion. The bullet...
INDIANAPOLIS -- One of the men who helped form the Indiana Pacers has died. Dick Tinkham passed away on Sunday from muscular dystrophy . He was one of the Pacers' founders and its lawyer during the start of the organization. Tinkham is also credited with the start of the...
INDIANAPOLIS - Feeling lucky? You might want to buy a few tickets for the upcoming Mega Millions and Powerball drawings, which are worth a combined $999 million. After nearly three months without a winner, the Mega Millions jackpot has ballooned to an estimated $654 million...
INDIANAPOLIS- - Sen. Todd Young visited the Brookside neighborhood on the city's northeast side Monday morning. He joined pastor Dale Shaw from College Park Church and others for a tour of its Five Pillars of a Healthy Community initiative. They visited a ministry and some...
INDIANAPOLIS — A group of men paid an impromptu visit to the Marion County Prosecutor's Office. They wanted to speak with Prosecutor Terry Curry. Clinched in their hands was cellphone video of an officer accused of using excessive force about 3 a.m. Oct. 7. The video can be seen...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A 21-year-old Indianapolis man who was found guilty of a 2016 murder and a handgun violation has been sentenced to 53 years in prison, online court records show. Ryan Scott was sentenced Friday after being found guilty in a three-day jury trial in September for...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana says your vote is safe from hackers, but that won't stop them from trying. The Department of Homeland Security says hackers targeted 21 state election systems in 2016. Secretary of State Connie Lawson says Indiana wasn't one of them, but state government...