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INDIANAPOLIS --"Dunkirk" will be shown on 15/70 mm film one lsat time at the IMAX Theater in the Indiana State Museum. Fans who missed the original release will have a chance to see the film Friday, December 1 through Monday December 4 and Wednesday, December 6 through Thursday...
STATEWIDE - As you make plans to do your Christmas shopping over the next several weeks, police are warning you to follow some safety tips to make your holidays less stressful. "If you're going to be buying presents for the holidays, it's a good idea not to leave them in plain...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A man is dead after a Thanksgiving night robbery at a Fort Wayne gas station. The Fort Wayne Police Department tells WOWO News they were called to the Meijer Gas Station on Lima Road at a few minutes after 8pm Thursday to a “holdup alarm.” By the time they...
INDIANAPOLIS – In the spirit of Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25, Indiana Originals is hosting their second annual Downtown Holiday Expo and Marketplace. The event is from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Emmis Communications on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. The expo features...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Unless the homicide rate takes a drastic, and immediate, drop over the remaining five weeks of the year, 2017 is now poised to set the record as the deadliest year in Indianapolis history. The numbers already aren’t good. Even if no one else is murdered in the...
KOKOMO, Ind. – A Kokomo man has been charged in the death of an eight-week-old boy. Police say Jaquail Smith, 22, was watching the baby on Nov. 8 when the mother found the boy with a swollen head. The infant later died at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Over the course of 24 hours in Indianapolis there have been two separate shootings with people shot and two dead including a 16-year-old boy. IMPD says the first shooting happened just before 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Villages at East Mill Apartments near East...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Supporters of a hate-crimes law in Indiana are gearing up for another try. The bill would allow longer sentences if a victim was targeted for his race, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation. It passed the Senate last year but died without a hearing in the...
SULLIVAN, Ind. – A former school treasurer is accused of stealing more than $7,000 from the school corporation. Amy Kinnett has been charged with one felony count of Official Misconduct and has been booked into the Sullivan County Jail. Indiana State Police say Kinnett used...