Hearing postponed for suspect in 7 killings
A man who allegedly confessed to killing seven women in Indiana refused to respond to the judge during his initial…
Study: Soft drink aging effects same as smoking
Alligator owner, city reach settlement
A woman who housed a 5-foot alligator in her tub has reached a settlement agreement with Indianapolis Animal Care and Control, Call 6…
Auditors seek help after 30% staffing reduction
The state agency tasked with auditing local government including cities, towns, townships, counties and schools is looking to state lawmakers…
Family wants charges in crash that killed 7
A mother and father who lost seven of their family members in a fiery Interstate 65 crash are demanding criminal charges be filed against the…
Hidden camera investigation prompts rule change
Marion County is considering new rules for its small claims courts in direct response to a Call 6 hidden camera investigation into a judge…
Ex-employees of nonprofit want paychecks
The Indiana Department of Labor has launched an investigation into nonprofit Smiley's Center, after several former employees said they did…
No charges for fire chief after police probe
Indiana State Police and a special prosecutor have concluded there was no criminal wrongdoing by Madison Township Fire Chief Kenny VanSlyke,…
Chili's in hot water after cook poses half-nude
A Florida Chili's restaurant is doing damage control this week after a photo of a shirtless cook surfaced on the Internet.
PICS: 8 controversial toys pulled from shelves
Toys R Us made news this week by pulling a line of controversial "Breaking Bad" action figures. Check out this photo gallery of…
UK man faked coma for 2 years to avoid court
He might have got away with it if it hadn't been for his supermarket loyalty card.
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Our Streets, Our Stories | Taking back the city
In response to the possibly record-setting violence this year, those who love the Circle City are stepping up to effect change.
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