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WARREN TOWNSHIP, Ind.- -A child being left on a school bus has caused two Warren Township schools employees to be suspended. A spokesman with the Warren Township School District says when a bus driver drove her bus to Lowell Elementary School, the driver and the bus monitor did...
INDIANAPOLIS --A head-on collision between a Wayne Township Fire Department truck and another car left the driver of the car injured Wednesday afternoon. The Wayne Township Fire Department said Engine 84 was on a medical run when another car going southbound crossed over and hit...
(PORTLAND, Ind.) - The study committee reviewing Indiana's alcohol laws will have a new chairman for its second year. It's House Speaker Brian Bosma's turn to appoint study committee chairs, and instead of reappointing former Greenfield Senator Bev Gard, he's turned to a former...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man riding a go-kart was killed after crashing with an SUV on Indianapolis' east side Wednesday afternoon. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to the scene near the intersection of Rural Street and 18th Street around 1:30 p.m...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --A terminally ill person will have the "right to try" experimental drugs that might help, without having to get approval from the Food and Drug Administration. Pres. Donald Trump signed the "Right to Try" bill into law, Wednesday. The bill was co-sponsored by...
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. -- A candidate for Yorktown Town Council might soon trade his campaign suit for a jail jumpsuit. Richard Yencer Jr., 63, is accused of drunkenly driving his Chevy Impala into a train Friday night and then trying to leave the scene, reports The Muncie Star...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - McDonald's is beefing up its Indiana workforce for the summer. The fast-food chain plans to hire 10,500 summer workers statewide, including 1,000 in Indianapolis alone. James Poore owns four Indianapolis McDonald's and chairs the regional owner-operators'...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police hope a surveillance video will help them catch the person who murdered a man outside a liquor store Monday afternoon. 18-year-old Elijah Lacey was shot and killed while sitting in his pickup truck outside the Crown Liquor store on 21st Street...
INDIANAPOLIS – After 37 years on the radio in Indianapolis, Bernie Eagan is hanging up his headphones and retiring. He first started at Emmis Communications in 1981 on Lite Rock 97.1 WENS, which is now Country 97.1 HANK FM. Bernie’s first day on the air was July 11, 1981, which...