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Past articles by Matt:

Adult and juvenile charged in connection with threat against Rochester school

An adult and a juvenile have been charged in connection with a threat against a school in Rochester, Indiana. → Read More

Hancock County school district hit by cyber attack, internet connectivity affected

Schools in the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County district were subject to a cyber attack over the last two days, primarily affecting internet connectivity for teachers and students. → Read More

Indiana adds $15M to its rental assistance program

The state of Indiana has added an additional $15 million to its rental assistance program. → Read More

Northern Indiana utility company to pay $1.1M fine

A northern Indiana natural gas and electric company will have to pay a $1.1 million fine for failing to locate or mark its pipelines in two days as required by its pipeline safety procedures. → Read More

More police patrols coming for stop-arm violations

More than 200 Indiana law enforcement agencies will conduct extra patrols over the next few months to keep children safe as they get on and off the school bus. → Read More

Avon High School staffer tests positive for COVID-19

A staff member at Avon High School tested positive for COVID-19 this week. → Read More

Juvenile injured in construction site collapse dies at Riley Hospital

A juvenile injured when a construction site structure collapsed this week has died. → Read More

Indiana to remain in Stage 4.5 for at least another month, eviction moratorium extended

The state of Indiana will remain in Stage 4.5 for at least another month, Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday. → Read More

New IMPD use-of-force policies focus on de-escalation

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has updated its use-of-force policies, focusing on de-escalation and limitation of lethal and less-lethal devices. → Read More

Work on $62M Boone County I-65 project begins this week

Work on a $62.8 million I-65 project in Boone County will begin this week. → Read More

City still mulling options for BlueIndy spots

Seven months after BlueIndy announced it would cease operations in Indianapolis, city officials are still trying to figure out what to do with the parking spaces and charging infrastructure. → Read More

Indianapolis Indians form committee to discuss name change

The Indianapolis Indians are forming a committee to discuss and potentially change the team name. → Read More

Curtis Hill accusers file civil lawsuit in Marion County court

The four women who have accused Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill have filed another lawsuit against him, this time in Marion County civil court. → Read More

4 hospitalized after building site collapses in Brownsburg

Four people were injured, one critically, when a construction site structure collapsed Monday afternoon in Brownsburg. → Read More

Update on SR 37 construction in Hamilton County

Heads up, Hamilton County drivers. Construction in the county could affect your upcoming travel plans. → Read More

Hogsett: Bars, nightclubs to close under new restrictions

Mayor Joe Hogsett announced new restrictions in the city of Indianapolis due to an increase of COVID-19. → Read More

Holcomb announces statewide mask mandate beginning Monday

Gov. Holcomb has announced a mask mandate for Hoosiers, beginning Monday, July 27. → Read More

IMPD ends use of controversial no-knock warrants

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department will no longer authorize no-knock warrants, Chief Randal Taylor announced Wednesday. → Read More

Indiana Democrats call for special session, no-excuse absentee voting

Indiana Democrats are calling for a special legislative session to enact new legislation in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the push for racial justice. → Read More

Federal agency seizes sedative tablets in Indianapolis facility

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection recently seized shipments of a sedative that may lead to dependency hidden in coffee tins. → Read More