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NOBLE COUNTY, Ind. -- A man released from the Noble County Jail by mistake. Police took Charles Weidman back to jail Thursday, after he was accidentally released Tuesday. Deputies put out a search warrant and found him at a home in Kendallville. Weidman was jailed on September...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- If you're looking for a scare or a laugh leading up to Halloween, it might be worth checking out a classic film on the big screen in downtown Franklin. The Historic Artcraft Theatre at 57 N. Main Street, just north of the Johnson County Courthouse, is showing...
INDIANAPOLIS -- On Wednesday night, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and residents in the Brookside neighborhood planned a walk together. The walk is centered around two unsolved murder investigations near Brookside. So far there have been no arrests in the two...
INDIANAPOLIS --More than $1 million of your tax money has been stolen by the people in charge of handling it, said U.S. Atty. Josh Minkler. His office announced 15 people have been indicted from different cities around the state. Those people work in government positions or...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded the age range to 45 for people who can now get the vaccine for the human papillomavirus (HPV). Gardasil, which prevents cervical and other cancers, was previously only allowed for children and adults between the...
HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. --An inmate died in the Hendricks County Jail Tuesday afternoon. Police say Bryan Casey, 40, was arrested at the Indianapolis International Airport for not returning to jail. Shortly after he was taken to jail, investigators say he was acting normal and...
INDIANAPOLIS —A woman who was an intern at the Indiana Statehouse in 1993, said she had a sexual relationship with Brian Bosma, now the Indiana Speaker of the House, and that he intimidated her by hiring an attorney to investigate her, reported the Indy Star. Bosma, 60, denied...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The statehouse debate over a hate crimes law will resume in January, without a recommendation from a study committee. Opponents have argued a hate crimes law would devalue groups targeted for reasons the law doesn't list. Coalition of Central Indiana Tea Parties...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Marian University and Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer are joining forces to open a new two-year college in Indianapolis. Saint Joseph’s College of Marian University-Indianapolis is slated to open in July adjacent to the Marian University campus. “This is a...