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INDIANAPOLIS – Police body cameras have been talked about for years in the United States, but the largest police department in the state still doesn’t have them. “No. 1 -- we want them,” IMPD Chief Bryan Roach said. “That's a goal of mine." The cameras have been rolled out at...
INDIANAPOLIS — Congratulations, Hoosiers! Indiana is no longer one of the ten fattest states in the nation. A new report from the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranks Indiana as the 12th fattest state in the nation, down from 10th place in 2017...
INDIANAPOLIS --IndyCar rookie Robert Wickens said he has a long road to recovery during a video he posted to his Facebook and Twitter pages over the weekend. It's the first time Wickens has spoken publicly since his wreck at Pocono last month. The accident caused several serious...
Second in a series (INDIANAPOLIS) - Health care has been a dividing line between Democrats and Republicans for decades, and Joe Donnelly and Mike Braun are no exception. Donnelly voted for the federal health care law in the House. In his first Senate campaign, he emphasized his...
NEW HANOVER COUNTY, N.C. --If you want to know why Indiana's recuers are needed in North Carolina, you can check out Task Force 1's Twitter page. Spokesperson Mike Pruitt said the team has rescued over 100 people, and that includes old and young people, and even animals. The...
INDIANAPOLIS—A shooting at a north side barber shop put a man in the hospital in critical condition. Police say the man who was shot was driven from the barbershop on N. Keystone Ave., to the White Castle at 38th and Keystone and left there. IMPD Sgt. Jim Gillespie told media...
INDIANAPOLIS —Harrison College, based in Indianapolis, will close after more than 100 years in business, said the college in a statement. The school opened in 1902 and has 11 campuses in Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina. The school’s social media pages have been deleted. The...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Bob Evans sausage links you have in your fridge may not be safe to eat. Bob Evans Farms is recalling nearly 47,000 pounds of pork sausage links because they may contain "extraneous materials," including hard chunks of plastic, the U.S. Department of...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - An alcohol study committee will recommend changes in Indiana's laws in two weeks. But the panel's moved away from its original goal of simplifying the code. After two summers of reviewing Indiana's alcohol laws, House Public Policy Chairman Ben Smaltz (R-Auburn...