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INDIANAPOLIS -- Local leaders are discussing a plan that would build a World Trade Center in the middle of Circle City and put Indianapolis businesses on the international stage. The World Trade Center Indianapolis has received its initial option application approval from the...
STATEWIDE -- President Donald Trump ordered US airstrikes on Shayrat Airfield in Syria Thursday night. To find out what Hoosiers thought about the event, 93 WIBC conducted several "man on the street" interviews Friday morning in downtown Indianapolis. All the people interviewed...
There's bipartisan support from Indiana's congressional delegation for Thursday's missile strikes in Syria. Democratic Congressman Andre Carson, in a statement posted to his website, called the strikes a "proportional and appropriate response" to Syria's nerve-gas attack on the...
HENRY COUNTY, Ind. -- A man was caught hiding in a pig-pen after the sheriff said he burglarized a Henry County home and then got his vehicle stuck in the mud trying to make his escape. Gayle Huckeby, 75, said he was at his daughter’s house Tuesday when the break-in was...
MADISON COUNTY, Ind. -- Dozens of people were evacuated near downtown Alexandria Thursday evening after a car hit a natural gas pipeline and caused a large fire. According to the Madison County Emergency Management Director, the driver struck the gas line near the railroad...
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has responded after the Executive Director of a historic theatre in Shelbyville told 93 WIBC that he has been in conflict with inspectors from the State Fire Marshal’s office over plans to upgrade the building. The...
(Hoosier soldiers march down a street in Muncie, Ind. in 1917.) INDIANAPOLIS -- On this date 100 years ago, Indiana marched off to fight in "The War to End All Wars", "The Great War", World War I. State leaders marked the anniversary on Thursday afternoon with a ceremony at the...
Senators have voted to freeze the sales of cold beer at nontraditional outlets. The Senate voted 40-8 for a bill tightening the rules on who can sell carryout liquor and cold beer. Those sales have been prohibited at grocery and convenience stores for at least 40 years. But the...
Indiana will make it easier for counties to launch needle-exchange programs. The state has already approved needle exchanges in eight counties to stop the spread of hepatitis and HIV. Governor Holcomb asked for the new law to let counties do it on their own. Several senators say...