Victim "frustrated" by sentence in IU rape case
Outrage poured in from across the country Monday over the plea deal for a former Indiana University student accused of two counts of rape.
Next Richmond Hill Trial could bus in jurors
The third suspect to go to trial for the Richmond Hill Explosion may have his case heard by a jury from Madison County.
Protective order issued against Adamson
A 19-year-old accusing an Indianapolis councilman of sexual misconduct has been granted a protection order by a Marion County judge.
IMPD investigating officer for slamming teen
An Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer is under investigation after he was caught on video slamming a handcuffed teenager into a wall.
Hoosier veterans eligible for new brain exams
At least 300 Central Indiana veterans are among the nearly 25,000 nationwide that are eligible for new traumatic brain injury (TBI) exams.
Latest Indiana Primary election results
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SCOTUS' abortion ruling could go beyond Texas
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that Texas' abortion laws were too restrictive. That could affect abortion laws for states across the country.
Libertarian Gary Johnson visits Indianapolis
Less than 24 hours after Hillary Clinton addressed the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, another presidential candidate paid the…
SCOTUS Vacates Former Governor's Conviction
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife were convicted of public corruption in 2014.
Some popular GOP members won't go to convention
Two former presidents and two former presidential nominees are among the growing list of those not attending.