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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Crystal:

Disciplinary hearing officer recommends 60-day suspension in Curtis Hill groping case

Curtis Hill is accused of inappropriately touching four women during a party at a Downtown bar following the end of the 2018 legislative session. → Read More

Suspect suddenly backs out of plea deal in murder of Indianapolis doctor

Devon Seats could get twice the prison time he would have received if he is allowed to go to trial and is convicted of killing the IU doctor. → Read More

'Brian Kil' submits guilty plea to sexual extortion, school bomb threats

Buster Hernandez, known as "Brian Kil," was charged in 2017 with using the internet to coerce minors into sharing explicit photos and making bomb threats in Plainfield and Danville in 2015. → Read More

Teen told police he couldn't breathe. Officers aren't liable for his death, court says

Terrell Day, 18, complained that he couldn't breath before he died in Indianapolis police custody in 2015. → Read More

Consultant pleads guilty to funneling campaign money from Indiana casino to candidate

A political consultant pleaded guilty to illegally funneling thousands of dollars from an Indianapolis-based casino operator to an Indiana candidate. → Read More

Central Park 5 exoneree Kevin Richardson: 'We are walking miracles'

Kevin Richardson spoke at the newly renovated Madam Walker Legacy Center in Indianapolis on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. → Read More

Feds accuse Community Health Network of Medicare fraud

A federal complaint in U.S. District Court alleges that Community Health Network violated the Stark Law. → Read More

Snow in Indianapolis: What you need to know for this morning and round 2 this afternoon

Much of the morning and afternoon is expected to stay dry, according to the National Weather Service. But that won't last. → Read More

'It's been a joy': Retro bar Ike & Jonesy's will close its doors, owner says

The bar located on West Jackson Place in Downtown Indianapolis will have its "Last Hurrah" on New Year's Eve. → Read More

The coming snowfall might affect your Monday morning drive. Here's what we know.

The National Weather Service expects snow, starting Sunday night, that could affect Monday's drive. The city of Indianapolis is preparing now. → Read More

'You are a lawless individual': Drug trafficker Richard Grundy sentenced to life

The sentence handed down Thursday was the culmination of a yearslong effort to dismantle Grundy's organization. → Read More

Richard Grundy could get life sentence for drug trafficking organization

Grundy, along with his four co-defendants, was convicted of drug charges in August. → Read More

A son waits for justice. A killer waits to die. Indiana's death penalty is at a crossroads.

Eric Holmes killed a mother when her son was just an infant. Now 30, Aaron Crowley still waits for his mother's killer to be executed. → Read More

'A dream destroyed': How a homeownership deal left an Indianapolis couple homeless

Hailed as an affordable housing option and criticized as a predatory scheme, "rent-to-own" deals have been challenged in state and federal courts. → Read More

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Bryan Roach to retire at end of the year

Roach has been on the IMPD force for more than 20 years. → Read More

Judge rules against conservative groups in challenge of RFRA nondiscrimination 'fix'

A Hamilton County judge said the case made by three conservative groups had no legal standing. → Read More

A 'tradition' of public corruption: Mayors being arrested isn't unusual for Indiana

Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler was arrested in November. IndyStar found at least a dozen Indiana mayors in trouble with the law in the last century. → Read More

Indiana judges, a closed strip club and a White Castle: The story of a shooting

Judges Andrew Adams, Brad Jacobs and Sabrina Bell were disciplined for their roles in a fight with Brandon Kaiser and Alfredo Vazquez. → Read More

3 judges drunkenly fight at an Indiana White Castle, leaving 2 shot. Now, they're suspended

Judges Bradley Jacobs, Andrew Adams and Sabrina Bell have been suspended without pay for being involved in a fight at an Indiana White Castle in May. → Read More

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announces he's seeking a second term

Hill's campaign said Thursday that the Republican attorney general will run for reelection. → Read More