A controversial proposal to give citizens more say and oversight in police policy was adopted by the Indianapolis City-County Council Monday night.
Faith in Indiana leaders express demands for officers, city officials after days of protest against police brutality
Faith in Indiana leaders came together on Thursday to talk about the change they expect from city leaders and officers following days of protests against police brutality.
“When our government cares for us, they ensure the safety for the most vulnerable among us,” said Harvey.
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Rabbis are leading a movement to raise awareness about the immigrant children being held at the Texas border. They are organizing rallies across the country. They [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – For the past few months, Erika Fierro has had support, she’s fought and done everything she can to stay in the only place she knows as home. But now the clock is [...]
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WTHR) – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in Fort Wayne on Thursday, defending the administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy on immigration. In some [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Two IMPD officers have been cleared by the department’s merit board for the shooting that killed Aaron Bailey last June. The board returned their decision after 90 [...]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHR) – A 2001 Beech Grove H.S. graduate is facing deportation after ICE recently raided her home. Erika Fierro’s husband, Jesus, has already been deported. Now, [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Metro Police arrested nearly two dozen people downtown Tuesday morning and the people handcuffed actually wanted to be. These were protestors making a statement about [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – There was alarm and concern from some after President Donald Trump’s tweets about a fatal crash caused, police claim, by an intoxicated illegal immigrant. The [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – With Indianapolis expected to soon top last year’s record 150 homicides, Mayor Joe Hogsett rolled out a new strategy Monday afternoon to curb violent crime. [...]