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  • Indy Connect rolls out public transportation plan

    Indy Connect rolls out public transportation plan
    Indianapolis city leaders unveiled their 25-year plan to improve public transportation around Central Indiana using a mix of buses, trains and bicycles. Indy Connect, a partnership of transportation leaders, detailed a comprehensive plan that affects...
  • Special Report: Lawmakers plan tougher bullying law for schools

    Special Report: Lawmakers plan tougher bullying law for schools
    Bullying has been a problem in schools in Central Indiana and across the country for years, but in recent months bullying has been linked to numerous cases of harassment, assault and even suicide. In response, legislators are preparing to strengthen a...
  • Southport apartment fire leaves 30 people homeless

    Southport apartment fire leaves 30 people homeless
    Heavy fire damaged an apartment building Tuesday morning, displacing 30 people from their homes. Laith Mahdi lives in a nearby building and smelled the smoke. "It was like a small fire at that building," he said, "then being bigger bigger." Firefighters...
  • Arrested While Being Released, Stealing Pills On Wheels, Have A Dump & A Smile

    Arrested While Being Released, Stealing Pills On Wheels, Have A Dump & A Smile
    Arrested While Being Released STORY: This week at the East Market Street jail processing center an inmate who was minutes away from being released opened his mouth and decided to quite cooperating with jailers. The 28 year-old soon to be ex-inmate...
  • Central Indiana celebrates Veterans Day

    Central Indiana celebrates Veterans Day
    Hoosiers will give thanks and honors to the more than 500,000 military veterans living in Indiana Thursday. Those half million veterans make up more than 10% of Indiana's adult population. Veterans Day offers several chances for people to pay tribute to...
  • BISARD INVESTIGATION Bisard's text messages before crash released

    <span style="font-size: 11px; color: #990000; font-weight: bold;">BISARD INVESTIGATION</span><br>Bisard's text messages before crash released
    Text messages that were sent between IMPD officer David Bisard and another officer have now been released. These messages were supposedly sent moments before the crash that killed Eric Wells August 6th. At 11:17 a.m. Bisard gets a text saying "Don't show...
  • State lawmakers meet for 'Organization Day'

    State lawmakers meet for 'Organization Day'
    State lawmakers are getting ready to go back to work. Tuesday, they gathered at the Statehouse for "Organization Day." Legislators, new and old, are preparing for what could be a very active session starting in Janauary. There was a lot of ceremonial...
  • Candlelight vigils for Andrea Will

    Candle Light Vigils will be held to remember Andrea Fay Will, support her family, and raise awareness of victims rights. DATE: Tuesday, November 16 6:00pm - 7:30pm CST LOCATIONS: Batavia, IL: 6-7:30 cst at the Peg Bond Center located at the Batavia...
  • Marion County has second highest dropout rate in the country

    Marion County has second highest dropout rate in the country
    It's a staggering statistic, only 73.8% of students in Marion County graduated from high school last year, making it the second highest dropout rate in the country. The high school drop-out rate is not simply the concern of the student, the family, or...
  • Attorney General says Southport Mayor committed fraud

    Attorney General says Southport Mayor committed fraud
    The Indiana Attorney General's office has filed a complaint against the dental license of Southport mayor Robin Thoman as the result of a Fox 59 News investigation. The complaint alleges Thoman committed fraud when he failed to disclose information about...
  • Police: Man possibly pushed out of moving car, dies on I-465

    Police: Man possibly pushed out of moving car, dies on I-465
    Indiana State Police suspect a man who fell to his death from a moving car on I-465 may have been pushed out of the car. It happened around 1:30 a.m. Friday. At first, troopers thought they were responding to a crash where a person had been thrown from a...
  • Democrats don't want Charlie White to take office

    Democrats don't want Charlie White to take office
    Hoosiers voted him in as Indiana's next secretary of state, but now the Indiana Democratic Party says Republican Charlie White should not be allowed to hold office. White is currently under investigation for voter fraud. If White is charged with a crime,...