No time served or fines paid in work zone deaths
The driver in a deadly crash that killed two Rieth-Riley construction workers in May 2014 has not served any jail time or paid any fine.
Thousands of suspended drivers still on the road
Thousands of suspended drivers are still getting behind the wheel on Indiana roadways.
Mom heartbroken waiting for co. to return videos
A Brownsburg mom is heartbroken after she shipped off her family videos to get digitized, but never got them back, Call 6 Investigator Kara…
CALL 6: Mom wants answers in toddler's death
An Indianapolis mother spoke on camera for the first time since the death of her daughter Harper Fowler, 20 months, saying she wants to know…
Couple gets $800 refund after death in family
Online travel company Expedia has refunded a Fishers couple nearly $800 after the Call 6 Investigators started asking questions about a…
Hillary Clinton blames China for hacks
Hillary Clinton's accusation that China is allegedly behind several high-profile U.S. hacks isn't the first, but it is one of the strongest so far.
How effective is pre-primary campaigning?
Campaign events are popping up everywhere but are they even changing voter's minds?
Clintons have many conflicts of interest
The Clintons bring wealthy, famous people into their fold to help solve global problems. But those donors sometimes get something in return.
The Republican 2016 race as the Hunger Games
The real question isn't whether there are too many people running for president but whether there are enough to compete in the Hunger Games.
Where do governor candidates get their money?
The first round of campaign donation numbers are trickling out for the Indiana governor candidates for the 2016 election.
Pope ties climate change to poverty during tour
It's no coincidence that the pope's South American trip is taking him to the continent's poorest countries, with close ties to his climate message.
Police: No gunshot at Walter Reed Medical Center
Walter Reed Medical Center was on lockdown after a reported gunshot, Montgomery County Police reported.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has stepped down, leaving the world of European finance a little less colorful.
Fireworks stunt kills 22-year-old man instantly
A man in Maine was killed on July Fourth after attempting a stunt involving a fireworks mortar device.
Greece, Europe in game of chicken after vote
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hopes the no vote, along with European leaders' desire to keep Greece in the eurozone, will lead to debt relief.
US defeats Japan 5-2 for Women's World Cup title
Indiana's own Lauren Holiday scored in the 14th and two minutes later Lloyd made it 4-0 with an audacious 54-yard, right-footed shot from…