Indiana News

Ben Davis Student To Be Buried September 20th

Posted On September 11, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- A 15-year-old Ben Davis High School student murdered and burned will be laid to rest next weekend. The funeral for Dominique Allen will take place September 20th at Hope Baptist Church. Allen was last seen alive about eight-hours before her body was found behind a home on North Elder Avenue on August…

Purdue Student Accused In Attempted Strangling

Posted On September 11, 2014

(West Lafayette, IN) -- A Purdue student faces several felony charges after allegedly trying to strangle another student. Police say 21-year-old Boda Wu attacked and tried to strangle the victim with a phone cord at a bus stop in the middle of campus. They suspect the attack was random.

Supreme Court To Consider Hearing Gay Marriage Cases

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Washington, DC) -- The Supreme Court is scheduling five same-sex marriage cases for consideration at its upcoming private conference. Lawsuits from Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia, Indiana and Wisconsin have been placed for discussion on the justices' calendar. During their September 29th meeting, the justices will decide how many cases they will want to hear -- if…

Terry Curry Endorses Hogsett For Mayor

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry is endorsing Joe Hogsett for mayor of Indianapolis. The former U.S. Attorney hasn't officially announced his candidacy, but is expected to do so in the coming weeks. On Tuesday, Hogsett said he respects Mayor Ballard's two terms in office, but he's ignored festering crime and is late…

IMPD Using Social Media For Tips

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- IMPD is using social media to generate tips for two high-profile cases involving children. On Tuesday, they posted the phone number for Crime Stoppers and asked people to come forward with information about the murder of Dominique Allen and the alleged kidnapping of Delano Wilson. Investigators say more than ten-thousand people follow…