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HENDRICKS COUNTY — State police arrested a Michigan man and seized more than 100 kilograms of cocaine and 130 pounds of marijuana Wednesday during a traffic stop on Interstate 70 in Hendricks County. A state trooper pulled over a semi before 3 p.m. on I-70 near State Road 39 for a motor carrier compliance check, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Park Tudor School will be closed Thursday after a water main break closed a portion of College Avenue on the north side of Indianapolis. All events that were scheduled to take place on campus Thursday will also be canceled, according to the school. Click here to read the full story on the RTV6 […]

FRANKTON — A Madison County town plans to take a controversial phrase off its police vehicles after dozens of people signed a petition to have it removed. Frankton Police Department vehicles feature a decal with the phrase, “All Lives Matter.” It has some community members upset because they say it undermines the Black Lives Matter […]

Bacon lovers, another recall from Kraft-Heinz Foods this Wednesday morning may impact you. The company is recalling more than two million pounds of turkey bacon because the meat might spoil before the date printed on its package. The bacon in question was produced this year between May 31 and August 6. It’s in Oscar Mayer […]

A beloved comedy veteran is now set to make a come-back after tragedy changed his course. NBC has announced Tracy Morgan will make his long-awaited return to Studio 8-H during “Saturday Night Live’s” 41st season. Morgan will host the show on October 17. You may recall the comedian has been sidelined from his career since June […]

One woman died Thursday morning from her injuries in an early morning west side apartment fire. Though her name hasn’t been released yet, she was a 60-year-old with mobility issues. Initially, she was taken away from the scene at the Pangea Meadows Apartments to Eskenazi Hospital in extremely critical condition. She died there about an hour later from her […]

Police say the weekend crash that injured a pregnant driver and killed her passenger was caused by an off-duty police officer. James Foutch, who is an officer with the Edgewood Police Department has been arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated after he rear-ended Rebecca Marie Sperry on State Road 32. Sperry was nine-months-pregnant at […]

Johnson County Police are investigating multiple shootings that left two people dead. The shootings happened in a home on Bridlewood Drive in Franklin and another death nearby in what Sheriff Doug Cox termed a “murder-suicide.” The first killing was reported shortly after 10 p.m. Monday night. Police say four people were shot in the home. The […]

The two people accused of shooting a taxi driver Monday night on the northwest side are now behind bars.  IMPD arrested a 16-year-old Wednesday morning and 18-year-old Landon Tompkins several hours later.  Both have been charged with attempted murder in the assault of Ricardo White.  Four guns were seized when police served a search warrant on the […]

 Teens Accused Of Hate Crime Police in Johnson County are investigating a possible hate crime in White River. An African-American homeowner responded to a knock on his door Thursday night and found a three-foot tall cross ablaze in his yard. Sheriff Doug Cox said several teenagers are now being held in the case while Johnson County prosecutors decide […]

BEHIND THE MORNING NEWS HEADLINES with KIM WELLS Indianapolis’ murder rate is at a seven-year high. According to IMPD, there’ve been 124 murders and 16 justifiable homicides so far in 2013. The city’s bloodiest year was 1998 when there were 162 homicides. IMPD Police Chief Rick Hite released a statement. In it he said, “Indianapolis has been […]

SNAP Pay Dates Changing January 1st  More than 900-thousand Hoosiers who are on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as SNAP will get their benefits on a new day starting January 1st. Officials say the date will be determined by the first letter of their last name. Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration (F.S.S.A.) says “food stamp” […]