New IACC chief wants to find agency's brand
Indianapolis Animal Care and Control’s new chief Sgt. Randy Dodd said his goal is to identify the brand of the agency, Call 6…
Local charities concerned about scam backlash
Local cancer support organizations are raising concerns about a group of charities accused of scamming donors out of $187 million.
Crumbling road gets facelift after Call 6 report
A crumbling east-side road has received a $2.1 million facelift after the Call 6 Investigators raised questions about the street’s condition.
Is your car impacted by air bag recall?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is encouraging people to visit Safercar.gov to see if their vehicle is impacted by the…
Kokomo stadium ready to open despite controversy
The controversial Kokomo municipal baseball stadium is moving forward as it approaches opening night, despite a pending lawsuit with the City…
Does Rand Paul's filibustering actually work?
Rand Paul is filibustering a vote to renew parts of Patriot Act, but it's not the first time he's used the filibuster as a way to generate publicity.
The perks of being a former president
On top of the lucrative book deals and high-paying speaking gigs, ex-presidents can rake in millions in lifetime federal benefits.
Will slow reveal of Clinton emails help or hurt?
Analysts are split on whether it would be better for Clinton to have all of her State Department emails come out at once or a few at a time.
Why is President Obama now tweeting from @POTUS?
President Barack Obama says he is now running his own Twitter account, @POTUS, but how different will it be from his other handles?
Federica Mogherini is a busy woman
Almost every time we hear about something happening with the European Union, Federica Mogherini's name comes up, but who is she and what does she do?
Are Palmyra's ruins overshadowing its people?
In decrying Palmyra's fall to ISIS, the international community is being accused of caring more about ruins and statues than about people.
Will Ireland's marriage vote affect Catholicism?
Ireland is about to hold a referendum on whether same-sex marriage should be legal — and the traditionally Catholic stronghold could buck the Church.
Turkey's Erdogan and his Putin-esque presidency
For all the attention President Recep Tayyip Erdogan receives, you'd hardly know Turkey has a prime minister.
Hong Kong group uses DNA to shame litterbugs
Hong Kong Cleanup and an ad firm hired a lab to test the DNA left on litter and then projected a digital image of what the culprits might look like.
Palmyra falls under ISIS control
Palmyra has fallen under ISIS control, setting the extremist group up for possible attacks on both Homs and Damascus and threatening ancient ruins.
'Bin Laden's Bookshelf' shows his personal life
The U.S. government has declassified hundreds of items that were found within Osama Bin Laden's compound when it was raided in 2011.