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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — People seeking a protection order can now request one online without ever stepping into a courtroom. It’s a step the Indiana Supreme Court is taking to better protect victims of violence and harassment right at the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Indiana Protection Order E-filing Service Provider It allows those who […]

SOUTH BEND, Ind.–The remains of 2,246 fetuses found at Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s house in Will County, Illinois, have been brought back to Indiana. Atty. Gen. Curtis Hill said those remains were brought to the state Wednesday. Hill said they are now being stored. A hotline has been setup at 317-234-6663, for anyone who believes they […]

DANVILLE, Ind. (WISH) – Fall is the season for apple cider and pumpkins. However, lately, it hasn’t felt much like fall outside. In fact, Indianapolis set a daily high-temperature record each of the past three days. That extremely warm weather affects both apples and pumpkins but in different ways. “Hard to believe that it’s that […]

PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind.–An injured owl sitting on a road in Putnam County was rescued by a Putnam County Sheriff’s Deputy and another concerned person Tuesday night.  It was sitting on Manhattan Road, which is a road between Greencastle and Manhattan.  The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office says Deputy Rob Soilleux and the other person, who was […]

INDIANAPOLIS — More than 50 years after his death, the remains of a Vietnam solider are coming home to Indiana. On Thursday afternoon, the Indiana National Guard will receive the remains of Army 1st Lt. Alan Jensen Bardach.  Bardach was a 1961 graduate of Indianapolis Shortridge High School, and a 1966 grad of Purdue University. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you want to see the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” in Indianapolis this December, you’ll have the chance to snag tickets in just a few weeks. Single tickets for Hamilton will go on sale Thursday, Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. at the Old National Centre Box Office and online at Ticketmaster.com. Tickets will be available […]

UPDATE:  3 P.M. The man shot and killed early Thursday morning in Broad Ripple has been identified as 36-year-old Alfred Hayes, Jr. BROAD RIPPLE, Ind.– A man was killed in a Thursday morning shooting in Broad Ripple. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, the shooting happened on Ferguson Street, near Connor’s Pub, around 3:30 a.m. […]

MARION, Ind. — Sheriff’s deputies in Grant County are demanding a pay raise.  Deputies have been in negotiations with county commissioners for the last few weeks, since they figured out they make about 30-percent less than what the average deputy makes across the rest of the state.  Sgt. Matt Sneed with the sheriff’s department told […]

BROWNSBURG, Ind. — A girl died and at least two other people were hurt after a three-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon a few miles north of Brownsburg. The crash happened on State Road 267 at about 4:15 p.m. at the intersection of County Road 1000 North. Amanda Goings, a spokeswoman for Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office, said […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The City of Indianapolis is taking action after a property group originally set to redevelop the former GM stamping plant pulled out of the project. In a letter from the city to Ambrose Property Group on Wednesday, Corporation Counsel Donald Morgan notified the property group of the city’s plans to “intend to take ownership […]