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Indiana is closing in on record low unemployment. Indiana's jobless rate dropped for a fourth straight month in June, and now stands at an even3%, the lowest in nearly 17 years. One more tenth of a point, and the state will match its all-time best of 2.9%, accomplished nine...
MUNCIE, Ind. – A Kokomo teen accused of attempted murder was captured Thursday afternoon in Delaware County. The Muncie-Star Press reports 19-year-old Braden Winters was arrested as he tried to run from a house on Main Street in Kokomo. The sheriff's department SWAT team had the...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. – NASCAR returns this weekend to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the Brickyard 400 returns for its 24th consecutive year. However, you won’t see nearly as many fans in attendance at Indy’s NASCAR race as the Indianapolis 500. “Attendance-wise, we’re going to be...
SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. -- An Indianapolis man was shot by Shelby County Sheriff's Deputies after a police chase early Friday morning. Indiana State Police say the incident began when deputies tried to pull over a Chevrolet Trailblazer SUV near I-74 and Walnut Street. The SUV didn't...
INDIANAPOLIS - (RTV6) The unidentified gunman or gunmen who ambushed a funeral procession on the northeast side Thursday may have been aiming for members of the Grundy family – specifically Richard Grundy III, who reportedly had a $50,000 bounty on his head, according to...
INDIANAPOLIS – A Martinsville mom and her premature baby are back in Indiana after a Mexican hospital demanded more than $30,000 following delivery. Thursday evening, Michaela and baby Beckham Ralph landed via medical jet at Riley Children’s Hospital. Family members said...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Three people were shot at a cemetery on Indianapolis' north side. The shooting happened around 3:30 p.m. in the area of Temple Avenue and Millersville Road at the Sutherland Park Cemetery, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. A witness...
INDIANAPOLIS --Keeping jobs in Indiana and keeping you working may require Indiana companies to make products that can't be made cheaper somewhere else. IU Kelley School of Business Prof. Mohan Tatikonda tells Inside Indiana Business that he believes companies in the Hoosier...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It was "one small step for (a) man...one giant leap for mankind" and it happened 48 years ago today. With the eyes of the world upon them, mission commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. landed the Apollo 11 lunar module Eagle on the surface of...