Local firm stores, handles recalled products
The Call 6 Investigators found potentially dangerous recalled products for sale in central Indiana stores and on Craigslist posts.
Judge strikes down request to reopen businesses
A judge struck down the request of an embattled businessman to reopen his real estate companies.
Buyers, sellers playing 'recall roulette'
The Call 6 Investigators have uncovered potentially dangerous recalled products readily for sale on central Indiana websites and in thrift stores.
Five percent of pothole claims approved by city
The City of Indianapolis Office of Corporation Counsel has paid out $26,319 this year to drivers who had damage to their vehicles caused by…
4.7M strollers recalled after fingers amputated
Graco and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission have announced a major stroller recall impacting 4.7 million units in the United States.
ISP searches Owen County Council member's home
Indiana State Police searched the Gosport home of current Owen County council member and former deputy auditor Angie Lawson Tuesday, Call 6…
House GOP report debunks Benghazi theories
You might have missed Friday's quiet announcement from House Republicans, but a new report debunks several myths surrounding 2012's Benghazi attack.
How immigration reform could impact labor market
President Obama's immigration reform could grant as many as 5 million with legal working status, which might ripple across the U.S. labor market.
Obama expands U.S. combat role in Afghanistan
The New York Times reports President Obama has authorized through 2015 a broader role for U.S. combat forces in Afghanistan.
Why Obama's big speech wont be on network TV
President Obama's speech on his immigration executive action won't bump prime time programming on ABC, NBC, CBS or Fox.
Obama's Executive Action on Immigration
President Obama's immigration plan won't provide undocumented immigrants with legal status, but it will allow millions to defer deportation.
President's immigration actions do have limits
The fate of millions will still be left unresolved.
Cops: Naked suspect assaults man, 84, at airport
A naked man fell through the ceiling of a women's bathroom at Logan Airport on Saturday, then ran out of the restroom and viciously assaulted…
Civic group: No Ferguson grand jury decision yet
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Crews erected barricades Saturday around the building where a grand jury has been considering whether to indict the…
'Big Gaps' in Iran nuclear talks
If significant progress is made between the P5+1 and Iran, talks could be extended Monday. If not, diplomacy could breakdown between the countries.
China's economy is in trouble
In a surprise move, the Chinese central bank cut its interest rate to boost an economy known for rapid growth.
AQAP denounces ISIS territorial claim
Jihadist politics can be fickle. AQAP released a video condemning an ISIS claim that it now controlled territory outside of Iraq and Syria.
Kenya bus ambush leaves 28 dead
Al-Shabab militants are suspected in a Saturday bus ambush in northeastern Kenya that killed 28 passengers.