Day care avoids shutdown following molestation
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration and Children’s Choice Learning Center reached an agreement this week allowing the…
Audit: DCS racked up $627K in late penalties
The Indiana Department of Child Services racked up $627,168 in late payment penalties to vendors, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
State: Nonprofit expected to pay by Nov. 7
The Indiana Department of Labor says a Greenwood nonprofit is expected to pay workers owed wages by Nov. 7, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney…
Broad Ripple shelves parking permit program
The Broad Ripple Village Association has shelved plans for a residential parking permit program, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
Mom seeks law change after daughter overdoses
After watching Call 6 Investigator Rafael Sanchez's story about a mom who wrote a heartbreaking letter to her daughter battling addiction,…
Juvenile judge: Indy is 'drowning in heroin'
Central Indiana's heroin problem is hurting children in ways most of us can't even imagine, and you're paying the bill for it, Call 6…
Pence hits road for GOP; Dems plan final weekend
Republican Gov. Mike Pence has taken to the campaign trail to support Republican candidates for the General Assembly, making bus stops…
OPINION: This is the Costanza Election
This is at least the third time that a midterm election has been labeled a “Seinfeld Election” – an election about nothing.…
Candidate charged with stalking opponent
An Indiana Statehouse candidate is facing four felony charges after allegations of stalking one of his opponents.
Ind. ranks near bottom in political engagement
Indiana residents are far less engaged in politics and contribute less money to political campaigns than nearly every other state in the…
NY and NJ soften policies on forced quarantines
New York and New Jersey have both softened the policies requiring medical workers traveling from West Africa to be isolated in a hospital for 21 days.
Turnabout on education hints at election fears
Legislative battles across Indiana have quietly shaped up to continue fights over education that have defined the past two statewide elections.
Burkina Faso's parliament burned
Anger at the president of Burkina Faso's attempt to lengthen his stay in power has boiled over in the form of protests and the burning of parliament.
Gov: Talks with Maine Ebola nurse fail
Negotiations with nurse Kaci Hickox, who refuses to be quarantined after treating Ebola patients in West Africa, have "failed" and the…
Police discover torture house in East Baltimore
Every day they sit and sip coffee and survey the scene along East Madison Street, but they had no idea the vacant home across from them was…
Liberian Ebola rate slows, WHO stresses caution
The World Health Organization says the spread of Ebola in Liberia has slowed but also warns the disease is not yet under control.
Malala Yousafzai donates $50,000 to Gaza schools
The Nobel Peace Prize winner was just honored again, and is donating her entire prize money this time.
Terminally ill woman may have changed mind
A 29-year-old terminally ill woman who planned to take her life under Oregon's death-with-dignity law may have changed her mind.