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The Toll is a weekly IndyStar newsletter written by James Briggs and Ryan Martin. [Read More]
"I do have a drinking problem," the 37-year-old man wrote to the judge.        ... [Read More]
Tags: Drunken - Colts - Uber
"I do have a drinking problem," the 37-year-old man wrote to the judge.        ... [Read More]
Tags: Drunk - Colts - Uber
A Saturday homicide on the west side marked the second victim shot and killed in Indianapolis this weekend.        ... [Read More]
The U.S. attorney general did not address the recent criticisms he has endured from President Donald Trump.        ... [Read More]
The next three months are typically violent in Indianapolis. Officials hope a gun buy-back program will help.        ... [Read More]
"If she weren't here ... there's no way we'd have been able to hold him responsible for murder," prosecutor says of woman who saw fatal... [Read More]
After a bye week, the eight AFL finalists will fine-tune their preparations heading into what shapes as an intriguing week one of action. [Read More]
Prosecutors say the four broke into Rodgers' home on Indy's northwest side.        ... [Read More]
Carl Williams, 50, had stepped into his Indianapolis garage with his handgun after his wife was robbed at gunpoint and they called 911.       ... [Read More]
Top lawmakers have rejected three demands made by Hill, including identifying who leaked the contents of a memo containing accusations against Hill.        ... [Read More]
Reporter Ryan Martin's staff pick for the best place for dogs and humans to hang out together: Metazoa Brewing Co.        ... [Read More]
An Indiana man has been sentenced after he was arrested in 2016 with guns and explosives on his way to a Los Angeles gay pride... [Read More]
Tags: Indiana - guns - way
Creation of the fund comes as some top Hill donors have expressed reservations about giving money amid an inspector general investigation.        ... [Read More]
Tags: Hill - Creation - Secret
Attorneys exploring a defamation case for embattled Attorney General Curtis Hill are focusing on differences in allegations. Here's an analysis of them.        ... [Read More]
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has retained two employment attorneys who are setting the stage for a defamation lawsuit.        ... [Read More]
Embattled Attorney General Curtis Hill is playing the one political hand he has left: Appealing to the Republican Party's socially conservative base.        ... [Read More]
Hill responded to allegations Thursday after a third women publicly came forward with accusations that Hill inappropriately touched her.        ... [Read More]
The woman, an Indiana Senate Republican staffer, said in a letter to IndyStar that Hill touched her buttocks.        ... [Read More]
Attorney General Curtis Hill, who addressed allegations he inappropriately touched four women, says he has been 'condemned without trial.'        ... [Read More]
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