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INDIANAPOLIS -- The head of the United Steelworkers Union is calling it a career. Chuck Jones, who was the voice of the union representing Carrier and Rexnord workers in Indianapolis, retired on June 1. On Monday, local workers held a party in Jones' honor and gave him the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Burger Week is back! More than 40 Indy-area restaurants are serving up burgers for just $5 each. The event runs from Monday, June 12 until Sunday, June 18. But Indy Burger Week 2017 isn't just about chowing down -- it's also about charity. Burger Week...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you or someone in your household is allergic to milk, you'll want to check your pantry for a certain kind of Chef Boyardee pasta. Conagra Brands, Inc. is recalling 700,125 pounds of spaghetti and meatballs products, including Chef Boyardee Mini Pasta Shells...
LOOGOOTEE, Ind. --You'll find the cheapest gas in the state in Loogootee today, at $1.87, says Gasbuddy.com. Indiana's gas average is steady at $2.20 per gallon, with the national average at $2.33. Oil expert Trilby Lundberg, with the Lundberg Survey, said the stability is...
FISHERS, Ind.-- A man who was paddle boarding on Lake Saxony in Fishers, Sunday, drowned after he went into the water and began to struggle. The Dept. of Natural Resouces said police got the call at around 3:30 p.m. At least one person saw Anthony Pinner, Jr., 39, of...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- There are a sea of rainbow-colored outfits worn by thousands of people visiting downtown Indianapolis this weekend for the annual Circle City IN Pride Festival. Katie Haan of Indianapolis says she's been at the event during the past four years, but she says...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- If you drove along Washington and Capitol Streets in downtown Indianapolis on Saturday morning, you may have seen a number of people at an anti-Muslim rally without knowing which group was which. About seven people representing "Act for America" were the...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana rep. Jim Lucas was criticized Monday for his language used in a social media post regarding rape. The Republication state lawmaker responded on Facebook to a story on rape wrote by an Indianapolis Star reporter. The post...
The state doesn't expect the takeover of part of I-69 construction to put taxpayers on the hook for any more money. The state announced last week it's negotiating to buy out bondholders and take over Bloomington-to-Martinsville construction that's now nearly two years behind...