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Culture MonsterRemember those bronze sculptures for the new LAPD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles that outgoing Police Chief William J. Bratton publicly dissed as looking like "cow splat" when they were unveiled last October? Today the Washington, D.C., nonprofit...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether states can require voters to show government-issued photo identification before they cast a ballot. The justices' ruling, due by the end of June, could have a major effect on the 2008 presidential...
Tags: Politics, Crimes, Local Elections, Lawyers, White House
The man arrested, accused of murdering a hotel manager said he did not do it. Sunday, at the Marion County Jail, Tony Steenbergen spoke to FOX 59 about what he knows. "I know there is no way I did this," Steenbergen said. Steenbergen has been charged...
Tags: Murder, Trials, WXIN, Hotel and Accommodation Industry
Fox59Indianapolis public safety leaders put more than a dozen alleged gang members behind bars Thursday, including Terrell Jackson, 18, the brother of Brandon Johnson, who they say is the ringleader of the gang. The family of Brandon Johnson is now crying...
This week, many Indiana schools began sending kids home if they failed to show proof of their state-required immunizations. The move comes in response to a state law, which was in place last year but wasn't enforced by all. Though more schools are on...
The Marion County Public Health Department confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus for 2011 Monday. The announcement came just five days after the first human case was reported in Indiana. Last week, a Goshen woman also died from the virus....
The State’s first human case of West Nile virus has been confirmed in Jefferson County, State health officials announced Tuesday. Hoosiers are reminded to be watchful of mosquitoes and to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and...
Tags: Skin Rash, West Nile Virus, Vaccines, Skin, Headaches
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis police say the badly decomposed body of a woman has been found in Fall Creek. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says witnesses found the body floating in the creek lodged between some debris on Sunday....
Fox59The discovery of an unidentified woman's body in Indianapolis is catching the attention of other police agencies who are investigating high profile missing persons cases. Several witnesses found the woman's body floating in Fall Creek Sunday night....
Fox59The controversy surrounding towing in Indianapolis continues. Tow truck companies recently filed a lawsuit against the city saying the city is playing favorites. Linda Pence is the attorney representing Indy Towing and Wheeler Towing. "To turn around...
A Marion County judge heard arguments Thursday morning about the constitutionality of Indiana's Choice Scholarship Program that went into effect in July. It offers low and middle income families state funding so that they can pay for private school. "I...
Indianapolis Police were called to the scene of a triple shooting on the southeast side early Friday morning. The call came into dispatchers before 1:30 a.m. When officers arrived, they found three people shot in an alley behind the 1700 block of...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Assault, Witnesses, Health, Prosecution
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