Marion County Sheriff's deputy charged with rape
A Marion County Sheriff's deputy was terminated after being charged with rape this week, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney has learned.
Courts pass new rules after Call 6 investigation
Small Claims Courts in Marion County adopted new rules Thursday limiting how judges can solicit paid wedding business for themselves, Call 6…
Kmart apologizes for layaway problems
Kmart is apologizing for problems with its layaway system that has left some families scrambling the week before Christmas, Call 6…
Price of Narcan increases 300% in 2 years
As the rate of heroin overdoses continues to rise, so is the cost of the life-saving medicine.
Kmart cancels layaway orders for some customers
The Call 6 Investigators have uncovered a problem with Kmart's layaway system that has some families scrambling for gifts days before…
CBO leader could be on way out
Bloomberg reported Monday that the leader of the Congressional Budget Office is likely on his way out, set to be replaced by incoming Republicans.
N.Y. congressman Grimm to plead guilty
Rep. Michael Grimm will plead guilty to one count of federal tax evasion after being accused of hiding $1 million from the government.
NYPD blames De Blasio in officer shootings
After the shooting deaths of two NYPD officers, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is being accused of inciting anti-police violence.
Pence's deputy chief of staff resigns
A top adviser to Gov. Mike Pence has resigned to take a job at the University of Texas.
Indiana legislators to receive revenue forecast
Indiana lawmakers are set to get their first projection of how much money will be available for the state's new two-year state budget.
GOP lawmakers to challenge Obama on Cuba
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio led a chorus of GOP lawmakers Wednesday who plan to challenge Obama on changes to U.S.-Cuba relations.
N. Korea faces Internet outage, U.N. scrutiny
Days after the U.S. accused North Korea of a massive cyberattack, the country's limited internet access was completely shuttered.
North Korea could land back on terror list
U.S. officials have considered designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terror, as it did before 2008.
Why North Korea's threatening the U.S.
As it continues to levy threats against the U.S., North Korea seems to be the subject of a cyberattack itself.
Spanish lottery awards $3B in time for Christmas
Spain's Christmas lottery is giving out around $3 billion in prizes this year, including 10 "El Gordo" prizes of $480,000 each.
German author visits ISIS for 'dialogue'
For the first time, ISIS has allowed a Westerner to interview its members in Iraq and Syria, and now he's talking to the press.
Ex-cop: I tried to stop cop from choking suspect
A former police officer is fighting for pension after being fired for trying to stop a fellow officer she believed was abusing a suspect.