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Hillary Clinton will make her first campaign stop in Indianapolis Sunday. According to the Clinton campaign, the Democratic front-runner plans a Get Out the Vote event to talk about the her plans to raise Hoosier wages and "break down the barriers that hold too many communities...
An IMPD officer was hit by a Jeep Saturday night while he was helping to investigate a crash. The crash happened around 7pm near 38th and Franklin Road. While police were investigating the crash, officers stopped 27-year-old Aaron Carr for going the wrong way. They also...
The community of Whitestown says one good thing came out of the destructive tornado that swept through Boone Co. this week: They realized sooner, rather than later, they aren't fully prepared for severe weather. As soon as a funnel cloud was spotted Thursday afternoon, the two...
Two people were found shot to death Friday night in an apparent murder-suicide on the northeast side. The shootings happened around 8:17 p.m. Friday on the 3000 block of East 38th Street. Police said a man and woman were found dead with apparent gunshot wounds. Police were...
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz (left) with running mate Carly Fiorina. (WIBC.com photo; Eric Berman) Ted Cruz is challenging Donald Trump's foreign-policy credentials as the Indiana primary draws closer. Both Cruz and Trump have touted a bombs-away approach to ISIS,...
It's Comic Con time again, as in Indiana Comic Con. The three-day con is back at the Indiana Convention Center downtown Friday through Sunday. Cosplayers will be dressed up, both for contests and just to be dressed up, and celebrities will be on hand. They include Brent Spiner,...
He respects all the candidates, he says, but Governor Pence thinks Ted Cruz is the right presidential candidate for the Republican Party. "I'm not against anybody, but I will be voting for Ted Cruz in the Republican Primary," Pence said in an interview with Greg Garrison on 93...
Adam Henze (Indiana University) The Greatest Spectacle in Racing defines the city that bears its name. And now the Indianapolis 500 is immortalized in a poem called "For Those Who Love Fast, Loud Things." Educator Adam Henze, a Ph.D. student at Indiana University, based his take...