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This Memorial Day holiday weekend will be the busiest in a decade. AAA says 37.2 million Americans are traveling 50 or more miles from home during this four-day period. That's up 4.7% over last Memorial Day weekend. This weekend traditionally ushers in the summer holiday travel...
“For love of their country they accepted death, and thus resolved all doubts, and made immortal their patriotism and their virtue.” James A. Garfield, May 30, 1868, Arlington National Cemetery - Monday, May 25th is Memorial Day. Originally called Decoration Day, it is a day of...
About four decades ago it was a rare sight to spot a flock of Canada Geese. Now, they seem to be everywhere, and protection for the animals that used to be rooted in conservation has turned into an infestation that has frustrated the Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler. Tyler is trying to...
(WIBC.com file photo) Tomorrow's 500 Festival parade will get its annual assist from a squadron of IUPUI's tourism, convention and event management students. The parade is an annual real-life training experience for students as they coordinate the needs of parade announcers from...
A controversial Broad Ripple development project is moving full-speed ahead. Developers and city leaders broke ceremonial ground on Browning Investments' $30 million Fresh Thyme Market and luxury apartment project. The Fresh Thyme Market will be a 33,500 square-foot space built...
(INDIANAPOLIS)- Indy Pride has announced that Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is going to be the Grand Marshal at this years Pride Parade. The organization says their grand marshals are individuals that have made a significant contribution to the LGBT community and to society at...
Six people have been arrested and police are looking for two more in connection with a scam that targeted Simon Property Group. Simon, based in Indianapolis and the largest owner of shopping malls in the U.S., lost more than $20 million in the scheme according to a release from...
State health officials are hopeful that the Scott County HIV outbreak has been contained. The number of cases of HIV is still rising and now stands at 160, but state epidemiologist Pam Pontones says the latest cases are people who had tested negative for HIV previously. She says...
Indianapolis Animal Care and Control has a new leader. IMPD Sgt. Randy Dodd has taken over animal care and control chief. The 28-year police veteran says this comes as the division is getting an additional $500,000 in funding. Dodd is taking over following the abrupt resignation...