Monrovia couple charged with fundraising theft
A Monrovia couple is charged with five counts of theft and one count of corrupt business influence after police say they spent thousands of…
Volunteers keep shelter running on Thanksgiving
The Humane Society of Indianapolis is closed to the public on Thanksgiving and other major holidays, but dozens of volunteers are working…
Mom shares car seat concern after son's death
With the busy holiday travel weekend underway, a mother of three is making an emotional plea to anyone transporting a child, Call 6…
Applications open for pre-K pilot
Child advocates want to get the word out to low-income families that the Office of Early Education and Out-of-School learning is now…
Eagle Creek attraction closed, will be repaired
Taxpayer money will be spent to fix a failing deck in Eagle Creek Park built seven years ago, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
BMV: 250 drivers asked to give back tax refunds
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is asking more than 250 motorists to pay back refunds they received just one month after $29 million in…
The gain, risk of Justice Ginsburg in court
Both sides of the aisle are discussing the importance of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recent health procedure and whether she'll continue working.
As Hagel steps down, replacements emerge
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced his resignation Monday, and two potential candidates to replace him have already emerged.
Paul wants formal war against ISIS
The junior U.S. senator from Kentucky wants a formal declaration of war, something the president and Congress haven't passed since World War II.
Chuck Hagel stepping down 'under pressure'
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is resigning, though reporters are portraying it as a forced move.
President Obama supports Clinton
During President Obama's interview on ABC's "This Week," he said Hillary Clinton would be "a great president" if she decided to run in 2016.
Pence's social conservatism pops up mid-term
Gov. Mike Pence's social conservatism has begun showing up midway through his four-year term following efforts to downplay it the past few years.
Tuition protests continue at U.C. Berkeley
Protests continued Monday with students at U.C. Berkeley walking out of their classes at noon and marching through the city.
Can schools really charge for bus rides?
The Indiana Supreme Court will seek to answer the question: Can a school district charge parents extra if their child rides a school bus?
Decatur Township schools to shift start times
One area school district has joined a growing number of school districts nationwide and will shift their start times to later in the morning.
Schools chief expects district takeover push
Indiana's state schools superintendent says she expects a push in next year's legislative session to allow state takeovers of what are…
Dine at student-run restaurants to support teens
Student-run restaurants allow high-schoolers to explore the culinary industry by creating a menu, cooking and serving customers -- and they…
IPS school board passes redesign proposal
The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners has approved a redesign proposal that will merge two district high schools.