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- Seven injured in Indianapolis shooting INDIANAPOLIS — Seven people were shot and injured early Saturday morning in an Indianapolis neighborhood, police said. An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer heard multiple gunshots at 2:23 a.m. Monday in Broad Ripple, police spokesm
- Muncie man held in triple stabbing, arson A 43-year-old man was being held in a central Indiana jail Saturday after he allegedly stabbed three people, including his pregnant daughter, and tried to set fire to his house.
Weather service says seven tornadoes hit Indiana
The National Weather Service has confirmed another tornado touched down in northern Indiana earlier this week, bringing the number to seven.
Indiana ranks 21st of 30 states for beach quality
An environmental group ranks Indiana 21st out of 30 states for beach water quality in 2013.
- Prosecutors reviewing case of twin boys' deaths The Tippecanoe County prosecutor's office is reviewing results of a police investigation into a house fire near Lafayette that killed twin 3-year-old brothers to determine whether criminal charges are warranted.
INDOT suspends road work for holiday weekend
The Indiana Department of Transportation has told highway crews to suspend road work during the Fourth of July weekend to try to improve the flow of traffic.
Prosecutors: Official stole $343,000 set for poor
Federal agents arrested Center Township's former chief financial officer on Tuesday on charges alleging he spent nearly $344,000 in money meant for Indianapolis' poor to buy his home, a pickup truck and jewelry.
Man guilty in 2nd wife's death faces new charges
An Indiana man who was imprisoned for more than 25 years for killing his second wife now faces charges in the death of his first wife following a new investigation aided by a television show that specializes in unsolved criminal cases.
- New Indiana law lets bikers proceed with caution at red lights FORT WAYNE -- A new Indiana law that went into effect Tuesday hopes to ease common frustrations of cyclists and motorcyclists alike.Dubbed the “Dead Red Law,” and authored by state Rep. Mike Karickhoff (R-Kokomo), the new law allows motorcycle, moped
Marion GM plant chemical blast kills 1, injures 5
A chemical explosion Tuesday at a General Motors metal-stamping plant in Indiana killed a contractor and injured several others, authorities said.
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