Video: Kenneth Brown captured by police after multistate chase
On Oct. 18., 30-year-old Kenneth Brown of Milwaukee led police on a nearly one-hour chase through Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana in a stolen van after kidnapping a 2-year-old child. Police footage of his capture has been shared with News 18.
Duke Energy and partners prep food packages to fight holiday hunger
With temperatures dropping and winter closing in, food security becomes an even more important concern for many. Duke Energy is lending a hand this year with a project aimed at helping hundreds of families.
Prosecution on hold in Indiana boy's strangulation death
Prosecution of a southwestern Indiana man charged with fatally strangling his 5-year-old son is on hold while his defense attorney argues he shouldn't face a possible sentence of life in prison without parole.
Lilly moves ahead with Indianapolis project amid job cuts
Eli Lilly and Co. says it is going ahead with a $72 million project updating an insulin manufacturing facility in Indianapolis even as the drugmaker plans to cut about 3,500 jobs from its global workforce.
Police: Unpaid $7 Waffle House bill leads to ID theft ring
Police in Louisiana have uncovered a sophisticated, Los Angeles-based identity theft ring, thanks to two men — including one from Indiana — who skipped out on their $7 Waffle House bill, authorities said.
Indiana doctors mull safety options after physician death
Pain specialists in northwest Indiana are considering how to protect themselves amid the nation’s growing opioid abuse epidemic following the July death of a doctor who was allegedly killed by a man after not prescribing opioids to the man’s wife.
New sidewalks in Brookston lead to potential hazards
New sidewalks in the town Brookston are leaving some people unhappy. The addition comes as part of the Indiana Department of Transportation's reconstruction of State Road 18 and it has caused some issues. But INDOT is planning to fix it.
Lower levels ordered for Freeman and Shafer to protect mussels
Those who frequent Lakes Freeman and Shafer may no longer have to worry about the water levels. This comes after a government agency ordered the lowering of lake levels to protect endangered mussels in the Tippecanoe River.