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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis-based Republic Airways is looking for a few good pilots — and starting a local flight academy to get them. Republic hopes for a first recruiting class of 50 pilots in September for the flight school at Indianapolis International Airport. Eventually...
BOONE COUNTY, Ind. -- If you drive on I-65 between Indianapolis and Boone County, you need to be aware of recent damage to vehicles in the area. The damage to vehicles isn't being caused by potholes, but it's believed to be caused by people throwing objects at cars, according to...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. --You may not have had your bag searched or a dog sniff your car getting into the Indianapolis 500 Sunday. An opinion writer for the Indianapolis Star said she didn't have her bags searched and felt that people weren't as safe as they could be. Doug Boles,...
INDIANAPOLIS – If you go nuts for donuts, you might plan on stopping at Monument Circle Friday morning. In celebration of National Donut Day, 93 WIBC is broadcasting live in front of Emmis Communications at 40 Monument Circle, as the Salvation Army gives away 2,500 donuts. "We...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Rate hikes for two Indiana utility companies are under the microscope and they aren't getting as much as they'd like. Indiana-Michigan Power had originally asked the state Utility Regulatory Commission 19-percent rate hike for it's northern Indiana customers...
MUNCIE, Ind. – The former Ball State professor who kept images of nude and semi-nude boys on his work computer will spend no time behind bars. A judge ruled Wednesday that 50-year-old Brian Siebenaler, of Muncie, will serve four years probation and is required to register as a...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- The family of Ella Whistler, the young girl who was shot last week at Noblesville West Middle School, says her condition is improving. 13-year-old Ella was shot last Friday, as was her science teacher, Jason Seaman. Both were rushed to the hospital in...
INDIANAPOLIS --It may have been another OTA for the Indianapolis Colts Wednesday, but this one had a different feel to it. That's because Colts players and coaches were "Noblesville Strong." They wore shirts with that message on them. All of the proceeds from the shirts benefit...
WARREN TOWNSHIP, Ind.- -A child being left on a school bus has caused two Warren Township schools employees to be suspended. A spokesman with the Warren Township School District says when a bus driver drove her bus to Lowell Elementary School, the driver and the bus monitor did...