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  • Blackhawk helicopter lands in corn field off I-74

    Blackhawk helicopter lands in corn field off I-74
    A blackhawk helicopter was spotted in the middle of a Central Indiana cornfield Friday morning. Drivers began calling 911 after watching the military aircraft land off Interstate 74. The Indiana National Guard said the pilot landed the plane due to...
  • Durham bond hearing delayed until Monday

    Durham bond hearing delayed until Monday
    Former high flying financier Tim Durham was scheduled to go before a federal judge in Los Angeles Thursday to ask to be released from jail but the hearing was delayed until Monday. Durham was indicted Wednesday and taken into custody at his California...
  • New skywalk to open downtown Friday

    New skywalk to open downtown Friday
    A new skyway will open in downtown Indianapolis Friday. The glass tunnel will allow pedestrians to travel over traffic from the Crowne Plaza Hotel to the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium. The 97 foot long skyway is located above Capitol...
  • FBI helps nab Marion County fugitive in Louisville

    FBI helps nab Marion County fugitive in Louisville
    A fugitive wanted for murder in Marion County was caught in Kentucky Thursday. Roddell Green, 28, was arrested after a two year investigation. In February of 2009, police said Green shot 24-year-old Donte Banks at Heather Ridge Court on the city's...
  • Indianapolis launches program to help Japan relief effort

    Indianapolis launches program to help Japan relief effort
    Friday, the City of Indianapolis launched a program to help the people of Japan recover from this disaster. The outpouring of support for this tragedy, however, has lacked compared to others. The City of Indianapolis Office of International and...
  • Indiana colleges consider pulling out students in Japan

    Indiana colleges consider pulling out students in Japan
    At least one Indiana college is directing students studying abroad in Japan to return to the U.S., and several others are considering similar options. The move comes as a response to the U.S. government urging Americans to consider leaving Japan due to...
  • Firefighter working to bring 9/11 Memorial to life in time for anniversary

    Firefighter working to bring 9/11 Memorial to life in time for anniversary
    September 2011 will mark a decade since terrorists gained control of airliners and crashed them into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and following a struggle with passengers, a field in Pennsylvania. A local firefighter who joined hundreds of...
  • Sheriff presents 800 gun locks to Riley Hospital

    Sheriff presents 800 gun locks to Riley Hospital
    Sheriff John Layton kicked of the 2011 Marion County Sheriff’s Department gun lock giveaway program by presenting 800 gun locks to Riley Hospital Friday morning. Sheriff John Layton and staff gave the gun locks away in an effort to keep central...
  • St. Patrick's Day sobriety checkpoints result in more than 30 arrests

    St. Patrick's Day sobriety checkpoints result in more than 30 arrests
    Indiana State Police troopers arrested more than 30 people for driving while intoxicated during sobriety checkpoints St. Patrick’s Day. Troopers also conducted driving while impaired patrols throughout Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson,...
  • Indiana seeks order shielding governor from IBM suits

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mitch Daniels is seeking a protective order that would shield him from "burdensome depositions" in two lawsuits over the state's cancellation of a $1.37 billion contract IBM received to modernize Indiana's welfare system....
  • New partnership aims to help the homeless get back on their feet

    Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday before sunrise, you'll find a unique running group meeting to lace up sneakers and hit the pavement. The group is made up of volunteers, staff at local organizations, and nine homeless veterans looking to make a...
  • Friends Remember Hope Professor who Died After Giving Birth

    Friends Remember Hope Professor who Died After Giving Birth
    Dr. Jennifer Young Tait, a member of the Hope College English faculty since 2002, died Saturday after suffering complications from premature childbirth. Friends told FOX 17 News she began feeling ill on Thursday evening and her husband took her to the...