Sheriff's office denies wrongdoing in death
In a response filed in Grant County Superior Court this month, the Grant County Sheriff's Office denied wrongdoing in the death of inmate…
Suspect speaks for first time since arrest
After seven months behind bars, Major Davis II speaks to the media for the first time.
Franklin man charged in case of 3 dumped puppies
Johnson County Animal Control says it has charged the owner of three malnourished puppies found dumped in a remote area, Call 6 Investigator…
Kokomo files suit to build stadium
The City of Kokomo has filed a lawsuit in an effort to continue construction on the Kokomo Municipal Stadium, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney…
Rafael Sanchez interviews Indy's FBI director
Rafael Sanchez sat down this week with Jay Abbott – the director of the Indianapolis field office of the FBI.
Spain's Podemos party rising in popularity
Creating a platform of anti-austerity anti-corruption, Spain's Podemos party has risen in popularity since it was created in 2014, but can it succeed?
Mitt Romney says he won't run in 2016
Romney announced Friday he will not be running for president in 2016.
Obama to outline new personalized medicine plan
President Obama is expected to speak with drugmakers Friday about his Precision Medicine Initiative first introduced last week.
GOP ensures Loretta Lynch is not Eric Holder
Senate Republicans have long butted heads with Attorney General Eric Holder. Now they want to make sure they're confirming someone different.
New Air Force One fleet is on the way
The next plane set to carry a U.S. president will be a Boeing 747-8, a four-engine, wide-body aircraft built in Washington state.
Keystone XL Pipeline bill passes in the Senate
The Senate passed a bill Thursday that would approve construction on the Keystone XL Pipeline expansion, though the president has promised a veto.
Alternative high school opens in Beech Grove
A program that targets at-risk students has found success in Kokomo and was expanding across the state.
Charter school offers $100 gift card incentive
Some were not pleased that an Indianapolis charter school was offering $100 gift cards to parents who refer potential students to their school.
Panel OKs bill pushing ethnic studies in schools
Elementary and high schools across Indiana would be required to teach ethnic studies classes under a bill approved by a state Senate committee.
Panel backs allowing removal of Ritz as leader
An Indiana House committee has backed changing state law so that the elected state schools superintendent would no longer automatically chair…
Two Ind. teachers win national education award
Two central Indiana teachers have been chosen to receive a national award that honors outstanding teachers.
Charter Schools USA suggests partnership w/ IPS
Some former Indianapolis Public Schools taken over by the state could soon return to the control of the school district.