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INDIANAPOLIS -- Among the field of 33 drivers for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 are four rookies who are looking to become the next IndyCar star. The fastest rookie in the field is Matheus Leist, a 19-year-old Brazilan, who won the Freedom 100 last year at the...
MUNCIE, Ind. --The cancellation of the Singapore Summit may actually be a healthy development for both the U.S. and North Korea, and their talks on denuclearization. Prof. Kevin Smith, associate dean for the College of Sciences and Humanities at Ball State University made that...
The Burger Chef murders story is part of a WIBC News special called "Indiana Cold Cases", which airs tonight for the first time, at 7 p.m., and again at 9 a.m. Memorial Day. INDIANAPOLIS --Burger Chef was a restaurant chain headquartered in Indianapolis. It was a place, like one...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A woman was arrested and is facing a murder charge for a fatal stabbing in Indianapolis Wednesday. IMPD officers say that woman is 55-year-old Phyllis Simmons. Investigators found a man at a home near Crown Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery in the 4000 block of...
MIAMI COUNTY, Ind- -Two men are wanted for being involved in the death of another man whose body was found by mushroom hunters in Miami County last weekend. Indiana State Police are looking for 21-year-old Ethan D. Cain and 23-year-old Joshua Kean because they believed they...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Columbus police say they again have thousands of dollars' worth of unclaimed drugs after someone mailed a box full of liquid THC to the wrong address. The department posted to its Facebook page Tuesday afternoon that a city resident had checked his mailbox to...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - At 6:12 Thursday evening, he first ever nonstop transatlantic flight out of Indianapolis takes off for Paris. Delta announced the long-sought nonstop to Europe last year. A cooperative agreement with Air France will connect Hoosier travelers when they land to...
INDIANAPOLIS --The two police officers who shot and killed Aaron Bailey in the capital city last year weren't fired, and that's a good thing, says Rick Syder, president of the police union. Now he says it's time to prevent more shootings like it by educating people. Comply now,...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana convenience stores are training their clerks to watch for signs of human trafficking. The anti-trafficking group In Our Backyard says about 500 stores have already had workers watch its six-minute training video on signs a customer may be a trafficking...