Alligator owner, city reach settlement
A woman who housed a 5-foot alligator in her tub has reached a settlement agreement with Indianapolis Animal Care and Control, Call 6…
Auditors seek help after 30% staffing reduction
The state agency tasked with auditing local government including cities, towns, townships, counties and schools is looking to state lawmakers…
Family wants charges in crash that killed 7
A mother and father who lost seven of their family members in a fiery Interstate 65 crash are demanding criminal charges be filed against the…
Hidden camera investigation prompts rule change
Marion County is considering new rules for its small claims courts in direct response to a Call 6 hidden camera investigation into a judge…
Ex-employees of nonprofit want paychecks
The Indiana Department of Labor has launched an investigation into nonprofit Smiley's Center, after several former employees said they did…
No charges for fire chief after police probe
Indiana State Police and a special prosecutor have concluded there was no criminal wrongdoing by Madison Township Fire Chief Kenny VanSlyke,…
Sports leagues try to halt betting in New Jersey
The NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NCAA are all trying to put a stop to New Jersey's law allowing gambling on individual sports games.
No, Obama isn't having another 'Katrina moment'
The Ebola situation in the U.S. joins Obamacare, the border crisis and the Gulf oil spill as issues the media has labeled Obama's "Katrina moment."
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Obama could bypass Congress on Iran deal
A New York Times report suggests the White House is considering bypassing Congress on a final nuclear deal with Iran.
Tech world responds to FBI director
FBI Director James Comey's stance on encryption technology isn't receiving much support from the tech community.
Groups slammed with Vectren assistance requests
Organizations that assist with electric bills say people are inundating them with requests for help after Vectren sent out thousands of…
'Fascinating' change of plans: Walters returns
Maybe Barbara Walters had her fingers crossed when she said last year's "10 Most Fascinating People" telecast would be her last.
America says no to cappuccino potato chips
America has rejected the idea of cappuccino-flavored Lay's potato chips.
4 ways to prepare your car for winter
A winter wonderland for children can be a winter nightmare for those trying to drive through slush, ice and snow.
North Korea releases one of three U.S. prisoners
Jeffrey Fowle, the American detained in North Korea for allegedly leaving a Bible in his hotel room, has reportedly been released for unknown reasons.
PD: Toddler beaten to death by stepfather
A medical examiner says a 3-year-old girl who police say was fatally beaten by her stepfather died of blunt impact injuries to her head and torso.
Ukraine accused of using cluster bombs
Human Rights Watch alleges the Ukrainian military used cluster bombs during shelling of Donetsk.