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KOKOMO, Ind. --Stealing from a Victoria's Secret store in Kokomo is what four women are accused of doing. The Kokomo Police Department says four black women took clothes from the store and left without paying for them May 31. Surveillance video indicates as they entered the...
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STATEWIDE --Teenagers in Indiana and everywhere are being told to take extra caution this summer while driving. Memorial Day to Labor Day is known as the "100 Deadliest Days" for teenage drivers, due to the sharp annual increase in car deaths involving young drivers. Julie...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- IndyCar driver Ed Carpenter visited patients Tuesday at Riley Hospital for Children. Carpenter handed out capes to several Riley kids and spent time visiting with their families. Carpenter is the Riley Heroes Ambassador. Riley Children's Foundation hopes...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Trying to put a fire out by himself is why a 63-year-old man ended up dead at a home on the northeast side. Indianapolis firefighters were sent shortly after 8:20 p.m. to the fire along North Kitley Avenue just south of East 42nd Street between North Arlington...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- One person is in custody following a Wednesday morning car chase. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, the officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop at approximately 2 a.m. in the area at 86th Street and Michigan Road. Instead of...
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BROWNSBURG, Ind. -- A man on a motorcycle killed in a crash in Brownsburg. It happened Tuesday evening a little after 7:00 at the intersection of Northfield Drive and North Green Street. First responders with the Brownsburg Fire Territory got a call around 7:05 Tuesday about a...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The race for Indianapolis mayor is headed to neighborhoods. Incumbent Joe Hogsett, a Democrat, and challenger Jim Merritt, a Republican state senator, have agreed to two public forums. One of which will be hosted by the Historic Urban Neighborhoods of...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --You are paying too much for many of your prescriptions. Both Republicans and Democrats agree on that point. Congressman Andre Carson (D-Ind.) said the House and Senate should keep up its efforts to lower the cost of prescription drugs. "In the wealthiest...
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STATEWIDE -- How is the quality of life in your county? Ball State University has updated its Community Asset Inventory and Rankings (CAIR), which assesses the quality of life and economic conditions within each county in Indiana. It's based off multiple categories -- people,...