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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you've ever wanted to camp in the infield at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, you'll have your chance this May. IMS President Doug Boles and driver Graham Rahal teamed up Thursday afternoon to announce that for the first time ever, fans will be able to camp in...
INDIANAPOLIS--Maybe you get your music from an iPod or an mp3 player or Spotify or even Pandora. But, if you're a lover of audio in its purest form, and those people are called audiophiles, there is nothing that sounds better than dropping a needle in the grooves of a vinyl...
How Washington decides to replace Obamacare will mean changes for Indiana's budget. States historically have been responsible for a third of Medicaid costs -- the federal government picks up the rest. As an incentive to expand Medicaid, the government offered to pick up 90-...
(Photo of damage in Boone County. Courtesy of the Boone County Sheriff's Office.) MITCHELL, Ind. -- The National Weather Service has confirmed what many people living in Mitchell, Indiana already suspected: a tornado came through their area early Wednesday morning. EF-2 tornado...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis neighborhood is seeing a revival after a unique event drew attention to some of their blighted homes. The Old Southside Neighborhood Association hosted a property showcase last June to show investors what their neighborhood had to offer. The event...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- PASTArrific, an Italian restaurant in Kokomo, Indiana, caught fire sometime around 3 a.m. Thursday. The restaurant is located at 3001 S Webster St. in Kokomo. The building was built in 1990. The fire was out at around 6 a.m. The fire started on the east side of...
HOWARD COUNTY, Ind. -- A small tree was planted at the entrance of Ladd Dental Group on Wednesday in remembrance of a Howard County Deputy who was killed in the line of duty last year. Deputy Carl Koontz, 27, was shot and killed last March while serving a warrant at a home in...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Thousands of people were without power in the hours after strong storms moved through central Indiana Tuesday evening. At one point Wednesday morning, more than 11,000 people were without power across central Indiana. The vast majority of those outages have...
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. – One of the first things I noticed when I walked into Ray Craft’s home, aside from the pool table and pinball machine in his family room, was a framed movie poster of the movie Hoosiers that was sitting on the floor leaned up against that pinball game. The...