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Tony Cook

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Tony:

A parent's guide to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum

Everything parents need to know for your trip to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. → Read More

Feds charge former Celadon executives with securities fraud

Former Celadon Chief Operating Officer William Eric Meek, 39, and Chief Financial Officer Bobby Lee Peavler, 40, were arrested Thursday morning. → Read More

Police arrest man suspected in shooting that killed one woman, injured another

Indianapolis police have arrested 47-year-old Jermaine Lamar in connection with the Friday shooting of two women, one of whom died. → Read More

Simple mistakes can lead to cars falling from parking garages in 'freak' accidents

IndyStar found at least 46 incidents across the country over the past 20 years, resulting in at least 22 deaths and nearly 30 injuries. → Read More

Rudy Giuliani's indicted associates attended Braun campaign event days before election

An IndyStar video shows Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman accompanied Rudy Giuliani to Indiana days before 2018 election. → Read More

Lawsuit claims former Attorney General Greg Zoeller's cousin defrauded public nursing home system

Gretchen Zoeller, daughter of pro golfer Fuzzy Zoeller, denies participating in fraud scheme. → Read More

IMPD officers fired upon after surrounding Fountain Square home

IMPD officers were fired upon after surrounding a residence in Fountain Square Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Two girls, ages 2 and 5, injured in east side shooting

Two young girls shot Friday night suffered non-life threatening injuries and are listed in stable condition. → Read More

Intern says the No. 2 at DCS recruited her on LinkedIn. Then the 'creepy' text messages began.

Indiana Department of Child Services Associate Director Todd Meyer resigned after an intern reported extensive text messages to human resources. → Read More

Inspector general OKs casino boss's private flights for Gov. Eric Holcomb

Gov. Eric Holcomb violated no ethics rules when a casino executive treated him to private jet flights last year, according to inspector general report → Read More

Former lawmaker catches heat for secretive deal with Indiana veterans agency

Former state Sen. Allen Paul's arrangement with the Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs is drawing scrutiny from the state's lobbying watchdog. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi rips page from Hoosier playbook amid clash with 'The Squad'

"That’s the message in San Francisco or the Bronx," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told IndyStar. "...But that’s not the message for the country. And that’s not how you govern." → Read More

Ex-Fox & Friends co-host Clayton Morris leaves country amid fraud allegations, lawsuits

Morris and his wife say they plan to fight lawsuits from abroad. He has moved with his family to a coastal resort town in Portugal. → Read More

Renters lived 'horrible.' Their landlord lived large. The government helped him do it.

Bert Whalen's Indianapolis rental homes may have more code violations than anyone else's. But the government keeps selling him properties dirt cheap. → Read More

It's vigilante activist vs. politically connected farmer in Fair Oaks cruelty controversy

One is the Batman of the animal welfare world. The other is an innovative farmer with ties to Trump. Both are mavericks in their fields. → Read More

It's vigilante activist vs. politically connected farmer in Fair Oaks cruelty controversy

One is the Batman of the animal welfare world. The other is an innovative farmer with ties to Trump. Both are mavericks in their fields. → Read More

IMPD: Child abuse supervisor violated no policies when he defended USA Gymnastics

Lt. Bruce Smith worked with former USA Gymnastics CEO Steve Penny to deflect criticism of the organization. → Read More

Indiana threw out ballot of woman with Parkinson's disease over signature, lawsuit says

A new federal lawsuit claims a flawed Indiana law has allowed election officials to reject thousands of ballots because of 'mismatched' signatures. → Read More

Indiana veterans' affairs staffers resign after scandal; criminal investigation opened

Managers with needy veteran programs at the Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs are out, and Marion County has launched a criminal investigation. → Read More

'You can see a page of history turning': Birch Bayh remembered at Statehouse memorial service

The deaths of two former senators —Birch Bayh and Richard Lugar — represent the end of an era according to those at a Statehouse memorial service. → Read More