Indiana News

Customer Shoots, Kills Pawn Shop Robber

Posted On November 19, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- A man killed while trying to rob a pawn shop on the city's northeast side is likely linked to other robberies around Indianapolis. Investigators say 25-year-old Tyerre Allen was shot Tuesday afternoon by a customer at the Cash America on East 38th Street. According to IMPD, Allen was recently released from the…

18 Arrested In Undercover Operation

Posted On November 19, 2014

(Johnson County, IN) -- Johnson County authorities have 18 people in custody after a raid on a suspected meth and heroin operation. They say the raid by about 50 officers from different agencies was the result of an undercover operation targeting dealers. They say they hope the operation put a dent in trafficking in the…

Ex-Colorado Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested In Indiana For Murder

Posted On November 19, 2014

(Bloomington, IN) -- A former Colorado sheriff's deputy indicted this week for the murder of his wife is behind bars in Bloomington. Tom Fallis, who moved to Indiana two-years ago with his children, was arrested Tuesday morning. When Fallis' wife died in 2012, her death was originally ruled a suicide, but the case was reopened…

IN Chamber Of Commerce Endorses Sunday Alcohol Sales

Posted On November 18, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is endorsing the proposal to let grocery stores and pharmacies to sell alcohol on Sundays. Chamber officials said yesterday they'll lobby to lift the ban in the upcoming legislative session. The liquor store lobby has blocked the move for years, arguing it gives large chain stores an…

HIP Renewed Through 2015

Posted On November 18, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- Nearly 61-thousand Hoosiers who have insurance through the Healthy Indiana Plan are keeping their benefits in 2015. Governor Mike Pence says the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services approved the renewal last Friday. The decision does not affect Pence's proposed expansion of the program called HIP 2.0.