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U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said the federal Office for Civil Rights "can do better" when it comes to long investigation times for sexual misconduct... [Read More]
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Duke Energy customers in New Castle are getting hit with sticker shock this month after the company said they're now paying for "human error" that... [Read More]
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Allison Transmission employees are building a house for a family in need. [Read More]
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Prosecutors in three counties have filed new criminal charges against a home improvement contractor following a Call 6 Investigates report about his business practices. [Read More]
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Scammers pretending to be Equifax workers are targeting consumers across the United States, according to the Federal Trade Commission. [Read More]
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A former township trustee in Bartholomew County is accused of overpaying himself and using taxpayer money to pay for his telephone and internet expenses over... [Read More]
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With mass shootings like Pulse Nightclub, Sandy Hook, and others becoming more frequent, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police wants to help the public protect themselves should something... [Read More]
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State regulators released a scathing report Tuesday, criticizing Indiana-based cable and internet provider MetroNet, as well as its subcontractors for hitting gas lines in Hamilton... [Read More]
Currently, in Indiana, 16 sexual assault investigations remain open and unresolved at nine different colleges and universities. [Read More]
A new federal report is criticizing the efficiency of Indiana's Hardest Hit Fund, a program that helps Hoosier families avoid foreclosure. [Read More]
A newly released report from a national, non-partisan environmental group is raising concerns about the drinking water consumed by more than 21,000 customers in Bartholomew... [Read More]
A Marion mother wants answers in her son's 2015 cold case. [Read More]
Local animal shelters and clinics in central Indiana are seeing a significant increase in parvo, a potentially deadly virus impacting dogs and puppies. [Read More]
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A Fortville man could receive a lesser sentence for his role in a 2014 deadly crash, according to an Indiana Court of Appeals opinion handed... [Read More]
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Vehicles damaged by Hurricane Harvey are expected to soon make their way into car lots and junk yards in Indiana for consumers to buy. [Read More]
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The Indiana Attorney General's office plans to appeal a judge's decision that allowed a small town clerk to keep her job. [Read More]
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A former Indiana Family and Social Services Administration official has agreed to pay a $2,000 fine after admitting to violations of the state's ethics rules... [Read More]
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A popular west side restaurant reopened Wednesday following a grease fire that closed the business for nearly two months. [Read More]
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The Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township has reached its lowest staff turnover rate since they've been tracking data, according to Superintendent Jeff Butts. [Read More]
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A group of foster parents says the state's child welfare system is in dire need of reform, and is pushing state lawmakers to take action. [Read More]
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