Bisard appeals verdict, wants new trial
Former Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer David Bisard wants a new trial.
READ: Bisard's statement at sentencing
Read the full statement given by ex-IMPD officer David Bisard at his sentencing hearing.
Bisard gets 13 years in prison for wreck
An Allen County judge sentenced former Indianapolis police officer and convicted deadly drunk driver David Bisard Tuesday afternoon to 16…
Victims react to Bisard sentencing
A judge ordered former IMPD Officer David Bisard to spend 13 years in prison for his actions in a 2010 crash that killed a motorcyclist and…
Bisard tenders IMPD resignation
Officials said David Bisard has resigned from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department following his conviction for driving drunk and…
FOP rescinds legal help for Bisard
The local Fraternal Order of Police union has voted to rescind all legal assistance to suspended Indianapolis police Officer David Bisard in…
Strong reaction to Bisard verdict
A jury found suspended Indianapolis police Officer David Bisard guilty on all counts Tuesday afternoon and the case has sparked reaction from…
The verdict: David Bisard is guilty
The jury in the trial of suspended IMPD Officer David Bisard released its verdict Tuesday: Guilty of DUI causing death.
Bisard's fate now in jury's hands
A juror was dismissed from the trial of embattled Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard Monday as it entered its final phase, Derrik…
Day 15: Both sides rest in Bisard trial
The prosecution and defense have rested in the trial of embattled Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard, with closing arguments…
Day 14: Bisard defense rests case
Lawyers rested their case in the defense of suspended Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard on Thursday afternoon.
Day 13: Bisard's wife testifies
On day 13 of the trial against embattled Indianapolis Police Officer David Bisard, the lawyers will call on a forensic toxicologist who will…
Ind. faces deadline on new education standards
The national spotlight is on Indiana's education leaders as they speed toward a deadline to replace Common Core learning standards with…
2013 H.S. graduation rates unchanged from 2012
The Indiana Department of Education says the state's high school graduation rates from 2013 are virtually the same as from the year before.
Grant to fund expansion of Kokomo Ivy Tech
Ivy Tech's Kokomo Region will get a $3.3 million federal grant to expand a job-training program that serves industrial technology students.
Final draft of proposed ed. standards released
The state released a final draft of proposed academic standards Tuesday that could serve as guidelines for Hoosier classrooms beginning in…
More than 300 Indiana schools rated four stars
State officials say more than 300 Indiana schools have achieved top four-star honors.
Students humiliated at Calif. high school rally
A Tuesday rally at North High School in Bakersfield, Calif., has many students and parents upset.
Obama criticizes attacks on Affordable Care Act
President Obama criticized attempts to repeal his Affordable Care Act and shared new data about open enrollment.
Medical pot measure could help Florida Democrats
Florida Democrats hope medical marijuana is the cure to their midterm blues.
Bigger ethics questions in House rep review
The House Ethics Committee that's scheduled to take up the case of state Rep. Eric Turner will have to decide the narrow question of whether…
Hillary Clinton book to be released June 10
Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book on her time as President Barack Obama's secretary of state will be released on June 10.
Ted Kennedy Jr. to run for Conn. Senate
Ted Kennedy Jr. is expected to announce Tuesday that he's running for the state Senate in Connecticut.
Obama, Senate Dems take aim at gender pay gap
Obama on Tuesday planned to sign an executive order prohibiting federal contractors from retaliating against workers who discuss their pay.
IMPD memo illuminates officers' troubled history
Police are launching a full investigation after two officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were found dead Thursday…
Apartments riddled w/ leaks, unsafe conditions
Tenants of a dirty and dangerous apartment complex on the city's east side have reached out to the Call 6 Investigators for help.
Realtor's license revoked, ordered to pay up
A real estate agent was stripped of his license and ordered to pay thousands of dollars Wednesday.
Video: Former Indy radio DJ accused of ID theft
RTV6 exclusively interviewed a former Indy DJ who has been accused of using the identities of four family members to open credit accounts.
Day care owner faces new charges in drug case
Stephanie Gribble, an unlicensed day care provider accused of drugging children in her care, was charged Tuesday with two additional felony…
Judge revokes day care's license after death
An administrative law judge has ruled Fishers home day care Home Away From Home should lose its license following the death of a toddler in…