Author: Faith E. Pinho

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After a diverse promotional class and several recruitment initiatives, there is still a ways to go, IMPD officers and community leaders say.        ... [Read More]
Veterans, patients and lawmakers spoke at a town hall Saturday to advocate for state medical marijuana laws.        ... [Read More]
When a Marine's stolen truck was found, her service dog was no longer inside. [Read More]
An exhibit of Indianapolis' first 14 female police officers will be in the Downtown library until Sept. 21.        ... [Read More]
Noblesville is once again named Indiana's best marching band.        ... [Read More]
Two other car passengers sustained minor injuries, and the truck driver was in good condition, according to the IFD report.        ... [Read More]
Lebanon High School marching band choo-choo-chooses to pay homage to the Nickel Plate Heritage Railroad during its performance Saturday.        ... [Read More]
The city awarded its first violence prevention grants to five community organizations Wednesday.        ... [Read More]
Leave your valuables at home, take note of exits and stay hydrated. Three ways to stay safe at the Indiana State Fair.        ... [Read More]
Two lawsuits have been filed against the company that operated the boats as the families seek damages after nine people died on the boat.      ... [Read More]
Coleman family remembered as the heart and soul of Shady Lane.        ... [Read More]
Two Indianapolis natives became the city's newest "peacemakers" to bridge the gap between residents, police and community leaders.        ... [Read More]
The City-County Council's Public Safety Committee unanimously approves a proposal to call gun violence in Indianapolis a "public health danger."        ... [Read More]
Wrigley, a service dog to a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, was found one day after it was stolen.        ... [Read More]
Prosecutors filed charges of child molestation and murder against the main suspect in the case of 8-year-old April Tinsley.        ... [Read More]
East Side nonprofit City Life Wheels teaches teenagers how to fix up donated cars. In the process, students get life skills and a new family.... [Read More]
IMPD believes he was likely shot elsewhere.        ... [Read More]
Three state representatives submitted a resolution Saturday asking for an investigation into whether Attorney Gen. Curtis Hill should be impeached. Four women have alleged Hill... [Read More]
All scooters will be out of Indianapolis by Saturday, but they could be back as early as next week.        ... [Read More]
The company began removing the scooters Wednesday. We spoke to someone who is being paid to collect them.        ... [Read More]
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