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  • Ponies taken from home after animal cruelty complaints

    Ponies taken from home after animal cruelty complaints
    Two neglected ponies have been rescued from a Marion County home near 79th and Michigan. One of the ponies named "Applejack" is severely undernourished and is believed to be around 30-years-old which is up there for a horse. His pasture companion is a...
  • Watered-down immigration bill passes committee

    Watered-down immigration bill passes committee
    Friday morning, members of a House committee approved a stripped-down immigration bill. The bill would no longer task police with enforcing a similar immigration law that passed in Arizona last year. Instead, the bill focuses more on employers to remove...
  • Thousands turn out for 20th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

    Thousands turn out for 20th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
    Saturday's 20th annual Race for the Cure in central Indiana brought out nearly 40,000 supporters to the IUPUI campus. The special anniversary fundraising walk featured a survivors' parade honoring those who've beat the disease. Dana Curish is a 20 year...
  • Colts player makes 'IMPACT' on moms of children with serious illnesses

    Colts player makes 'IMPACT' on moms of children with serious illnesses
    Colts defensive-standout Gary Brackett hosted the 4th annual TendHER heart luncheon to honor mothers of children with critical illnesses. The luncheon was held at the Marriott Hotel on W. Maryland St. Sunday morning. 150 Indiana moms dined and shared...
  • Indicted ex-cop connected to Perry Township constable scam

    Indicted ex-cop connected to Perry Township constable scam
    One of the two former police officers indicted by federal authorities last week once testified before a federal grand jury about a badge-selling scheme operated out of the Perry Township Constable's Office. In November of 2007 John Smith told Fox59...
  • Family, friends remember Bill Cook at gala

    Family, friends remember Bill Cook at gala
    William A. Cook was the founder of the Cook Group. He was a pioneer in the development of live-saving, minimally invasive medical device technology. He was a successful businessman, a philanthropist at heart and above all a Hoosier. Bill Cook died Friday...
  • First statewide earthquake drill held Tuesday morning

    First statewide earthquake drill held Tuesday morning
    According to the Department of Homeland Security, more than 600,000 Hoosiers participated in a statewide earthquake drill Tuesday morning. The goal of the "Great Shakeout" was to make us more aware about the threat of earthquakes in Indiana. Tuesday's...
  • Heavy rains cause flooded roads ahead of Tuesday morning rush hour

    Heavy rains cause flooded roads ahead of Tuesday morning rush hour
    Heavy rain overnight led to some flooding along some Central Indiana roadways Tuesday morning. The intersection of Keystone and Kessler on the city's north side looked more like a pond at around 3 a.m. Tuesday. Many vehicles traveled through the...
  • McDonald's looking to hire 50,000 new employees nationwide

    McDonald's looking to hire 50,000 new employees nationwide
    Tuesday, McDonald's Restaurants in Central Indiana will be taking part in a National Hiring Day. All across the country, McDonald's will focus on hiring more than 50,000 prospects seeking job opportunities. "Our business is strong and our customers are...
  • Storms cause interstate flooding

    Storms cause interstate flooding
    INDOT officials are reporting that late morning storms coupled with earlier rains are flooding the interstate on the west side. The left lane of I-465 between 10th and I-74 has standing water. The area is also under construction thereby adding to the...
  • Indiana unemployment rate drops below national average

    Indiana unemployment rate drops below national average
    According to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, the state's unemployment rate dropped by .3% in March. Indiana's seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate currently sits at 8.5% which is below the national average of 8.8%. Indiana has the...
  • EF1 tornado confirmed in Boone County, west of Thorntown

    EF1 tornado confirmed in Boone County, west of Thorntown
    The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has confirmed that an EF1 tornado touched down in Boone County, west of Thorntown. The tornado was 50 yards wide and said to have been on the ground for a half a mile. An EF1 tornado is categorized as having...