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Services begin today for a Hamilton County second grade teacher who was killed in a murder-suicide.
Mayor Greg Ballard says in order to make Indianapolis safer, there's at least one battle that has to be fought across city borders.
When it comes to the growth of the Hamilton County Habitat for Humanity chapter, it isn't just the number of homes built or rehabbed - 66 since the local arm was founded in 1990 and another 89 globally - but lives touched.
From left: Monica Peck, Trish Crist and Jen and Gary Deakyne enjoy last year's gala benefiting Prevail.
An investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration into alleged illegal activity at a Suboxone clinic near Centerville turned up some disturbing findings, according to an affidavit of probable cause filed in the case.
A prosecutor's spokesman says a Hamilton County judge sentenced 22-year-old Samuel Onyenweaku on Monday.
In a recent article in the Current, Dr. Larry Ley boasted about his ability to heal the lives of addicts and keep them away from a life of drug dependency."
ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, JULY 28 - In this photo taken on July 10, 2014, Hamilton County hog farmer Jay Rulon, Arcadia, Ind.
Sheridan resident Kelsie Waitt had just four and a half hours to prepare for the Supreme Showmanship competition at the Hamilton County 4-H Fair July 21, making for a bit of a shock when she won Grand Champion that night.
The pleasant temperatures throughout the 4-H Fair caused a good turnout of patrons and long lines in the food court, which caused many to sell out.
A Fishers 19-year-old who says he was attached by a police dog at the scene of a fatal stabbing says he intends to sue.
Federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents and local police officers raided clinics Friday morning in Carmel, Noblesville, Muncie, Kokomo and Centerville following an undercover operation that began in 2011.
Local police and federal agents have arrested 11 people in an opiate prescription drug ring this morning, among them four doctors and former Republican candidate for the Hamilton County Council, Andrew Dollard.
Investigators say a 20-year-old bicyclist who was killed in a crash in a central Indiana town wasn't struck by a vehicle.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 04:05 am
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