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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you want to visit the west coast this summer, Delta Airlines is adding a new nonstop flight from Indianapolis to one west coast city. Delta Airlines will add a new nonstop flight from Indy to Seattle beginning in June. The new Delta flights will be the second...
DANVILLE, Ind. -- A Danville man has been charged with battery and neglect in the death of his girlfriend's four-year-old son. Michael Atkinson, 23, was arrested Tuesday and charged with neglect of a dependent causing death and aggravated battery. Officers say they received a...
INDIANAPOLIS – Anthem has announced Tuesday that it is moving out of its corporate headquarters location on Monument Circle and relocating into its other downtown office building near Bankers Life Fieldhouse. In an e-mail statement to WIBC news, an Anthem spokesperson says the...
The following schools and businesses have been canceled or delayed for Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018: A-F Alexandria Community Schools - Madison Delayed 2 hours Anderson Christian School - Madison Delayed 2 hours Anderson Community Schools - Madison Delayed 2 hours Anderson...
CROWN POINT, Ind.--The former sheriff of Lake County was sentenced Tuesday, to serve 15 years in federal prison after being convicted of corruption. John Buncich will also pay a quarter million dollar fine. Buncich was found guilty in August of taking money from William Szarmach...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A teen has been arrested in connection with the case where a gas station clerk was shot several times during an armed robbery at a gas station on Indianapolis' south side. Surveillance video released earlier this month showed a clerk at the Phillips 66 at Madison...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A bill that would allow for local fire departments to check vehicles' carbon monoxide emissions has passed an Indiana Senate committee, meaning it's one step closing to becoming law. SB 100, also known as Savannah's Law, passed the Committee on Homeland Security...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Senate has voted to ban eyeball tattoos. Indianapolis Republican John Ruckelshaus says he agrees with descriptions of the bill as "the grossest of the session," and he should know -- he wrote it. But he says he authored it at the suggestion of the president...
STATE HOUSE --You could be paying more for your cigarettes soon. That's if you smoke, and if the American Cancer Society and Tobacco-Free Indiana, get the General Assembly to pass a $1.50 raise on the state cigarette tax. Though state lawmakers are not considering a budget this...