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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — If you’re a Duke Energy customer, you should know the company wants to raise your rates. You have the chance to voice your opinion. You can meet the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission next Tuesday, June 4th, at Ivy Tech Community College in Terre Haute, Indiana. Power providers like Duke Energy and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — It’s not just violent criminals and thieves that Indianapolis police are going after. They’ve also set their sights on people who are making Indy’s roads a dangerous place to be. It was around 11 o’clock last Friday night when Indianapolis Metro Police watched a black Dodge Charger doing burnouts and speeding around a […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A carjacking on the northeast side of Indianapolis Tuesday morning led to a fatal police shooting. Indianapolis Metro Police were called to North Post Road near the 38th Street intersection on Indy’s northeast side around 9 o’clock Tuesday morning. A person reported being carjacked at gunpoint. She was also robbed of a few […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The City of Indianapolis has offered to buy the former Diamond Chain site, owned by Keystone Group. Keystone Group and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett have been at odds since Mayor Hogsett made the decision to pursue a Major League Soccer team at a different site in downtown Indianapolis and not continue support for […]

KOKOMO, Ind. — You’ve probably driven past an empty parking lot and thought someone should do something with that property. The City of Kokomo is trying to make something like that happen. The Kokomo Infill Program is a simple concept: turnover vacant lots owned or maintained by the Kokomo Community Development Corporation (KCDC) and hand […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Police in Indianapolis put a pair of eyes in the sky to catch an accused reckless driver Sunday. Recent complaints about people doing donuts and burning out in parking lots at Riverside Park led to Indianapolis Metro Police setting up a small operation Sunday. An officer used a drone to scan the area, […]

ERIE COUNTY, Pa. — You may remember the semi-truck driver who held a woman hostage in Indianapolis last year, holding a razor blade to her throat. He was shot and killed by Indianapolis police, and now police in Pennsylvania have connected him to a murder. Lamont Bland, 60, was found inside of a white semi-truck […]

ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. — Every hearing in the Delphi murders case that was scheduled for this week has been canceled by the judge. Now, she will have to make a decision on her own future. The defense team for suspect Richard Allen filed a second motion to disqualify Special Judge Fran Gull earlier this month, […]

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. — The legal team for Delphi murders suspect Richard Allen want the May evidence and statement suppression hearings postponed. In a motion of continuance filed Friday, attorneys Andrew Baldwin and Brad Rozzi claim they’re still not finished deposing Dr. Monica Wala, a psychologist who apparently spoke with Allen during his stay at […]

STATEWIDE — Overdose deaths are down Indiana, leading to the second highest percentage decrease in the United States. A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows a near-18-percent decrease in Indiana overdose deaths. Over 107,000 fatal drug overdoses happened in the United States last year, says the CDC. That’s a 3-percent […]