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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Clerk will not be charged in fatal shooting of alleged Phillips 66 robber

INDIANAPOLIS — A gas station clerk who shot and killed a robbery suspect on Indy’s south side earlier this month will not face charges, according to the Marion County Prosecutor’s… Read more »

Rare 1860s Harriet Tubman Photo Sells For $162K

Arare photo of legendary abolitionist and Underground Railroad hero Harriet Tubman sold for a remarkable $162,500 at a New York City auction Thursday, reports the Chicago Tribune. From Chicago Tribune: Swann… Read more »

VP Mike Pence casts tie-breaking vote to allow states to defund Planned Parenthood

WASHINGTON– Republican legislation letting states deny federal family planning money to Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers squeezed narrowly through the Senate Thursday, rescued by an ailing GOP senator who… Read more »

IMPD Chief recommends termination of officer after off-duty incident downtown

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – IMPD Chief Bryan Roach is recommending the termination of Officer Corey Heiny after he was involved in an altercation downtown on March 17. Heiny has been formally charged… Read more »

Indiana senate panel approves parameters to replace I-STEP

An Indiana senate panel has approved a bill that sets parameters for an I-STEP replacement exam. It would be called “I-LEARN” and be in place by 2019. However, the state… Read more »

Former Berrien County probation officer in court Wednesday

A former Berrien County probation coordinator accused of having an intimate relationship with an offender will be in court today. Jessica Holmes faces three charges: delivery of a narcotic, obstruction… Read more »

Threatening letters show up in mailboxes of Muncie school board members: “I’m watching you”

  MUNCIE, Ind. — School board members in Muncie are concerned over a series of anonymous threatening letters that have been showing up in their mailboxes. School Board President Debbie… Read more »

Police: Noblesville girl was 1 of at least 4 conned into sending Wisconsin man nude photos

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – A Noblesville girl was one of at least four teens who were reportedly conned into sending a Wisconsin man pornographic photos of themselves. That man, 44-year-old Craig… Read more »

‘Years-Long Relentless Racial’ Hostility: Black Employees Call Out Fox News

  Two Black female employees at Fox News Channel filed a discrimination lawsuit this week against the network because of “years-long relentless racial” hostility imposed on them by a top financial… Read more »

Franklin city councilor arrested on suspicion of DUI

FRANKLIN, Ind. — A Franklin City Council member and deputy prosecutor was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of driving under the influence. Andrew Eggers, 32, was pulled over around… Read more »