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Man accused of killing IMPD officer seeks insanity plea

The man accused of killing IMPD officer Breann Leath is now seeking an insanity defense after a judge ruled he could face the death penalty.

Hogsett announces next phase of anti-violence plan, calls for change in state law 

Mayor Joe Hogsett announced three new initiatives to reduce gun violence in the city while calling on state, local and federal officials to help...

Tina Turner, unstoppable superstar whose hits included ‘What’s Love Got to Do With It,’ dead at 83

NEW YORK (AP) — Tina Turner, the unstoppable singer and stage performer who teamed with husband Ike Turner for a dynamic run of hit...

Remembering Deputy Sheriff Tamieka White

Family and friends are remembering longtime Marion County Sheriff Office Deputy Tamieka White. She died May 9 while protecting her 8-year-old son during a dog attack in her home, according to officials.

Marion County Sheriff’s deputy killed in dog attack

Family and friends are remembering longtime Marion County Sheriff Office deputy, Tamieka White. She died Tuesday night after officials said she was protecting her 8-year-old son during a dog attack in her home. 

Jury finds Trump liable for sexual abuse, awards accuser $5M

NEW YORK (AP) — A jury has found Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing advice columnist E. Jean Carroll in 1996, awarding her $5 million in a judgment that could haunt the former president as he campaigns to regain the White House. The verdict was announced in a federal courtroom in New York City on the first day of jury deliberations. Jurors rejected Carroll's claims that she was raped, but found Trump liable for sexually assaulting her.

World Health Organization announces end to COVID-19 global health emergency

After three years, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the end of the COVID-19 global emergency status. WHO now recommends that countries begin independently managing the virus that has caused the death of 6.9 million people.

Shooting inside Atlanta building leaves 1 dead, 4 injured

ATLANTA (AP) — Police say one person has been fatally shot and at least four others injured in a shooting in a Midtown Atlanta building. The Atlanta Police Department said on Twitter that the active shooter was inside a building on West Peachtree Street, between 12th and 13th Streets. No suspect was in custody. Police sent out a photo of the person believed to be the shooter. The person was wearing dark pants and a light colored hoodie with the hood pulled up. They had a mask on their face and appeared to be wearing a bag across their front. Police urged anyone in the area to secure their building and shelter in place.

Emmett Till’s accuser dead at age 88 

Aug. 29, 1955, a warrant for the arrest of Roy Bryant and J.W Milam was issued for their involvement in the brutal murder of...

Indiana Legislators debate $10 million proposal for Martin University

Governor Eric Holcomb proposed $10 million to Indiana's only predominantly Black serving institution, Martin University, as part of his agenda and state budget. The Senate Committee on Appropriations wanted to allocate those funds to all schools. 


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