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INDIANAPOLIS -- Alexander Rossi's Indianapolis 500 winning car from 2016 will soon have a new owner. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway museum said Monday that the car's current owner, David Bowen of Bowen Motorsports, is looking to put the Dallara IndyCar up for auction. The car,...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University has removed John Schnatter’s name from its Center for Economic Research at the Krannert School of Management and is offering to return the $8 million Schnatter gave the school in April. Purdue’s trustees voted Friday to cut ties with...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis police are investigating an armed robbery reported along the Monon Trail in Broad Ripple early Monday morning. Police were called to the 1000 block of Broad Ripple Avenue – at the intersection with the Monon Trail near Thr3e Wisemen Brewing – around...
INDIANAPOLIS- -Additional tariffs from the Trump administration could mean strained business relations between the U.S. and Japan, and would affect plans for Japanese-owned businesses in Indiana, said Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Hiroshige Seko. Seko met with Gov...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man was arrested after police say he left his 10-year-old daughter in the car while he played games at Gen Con, according to reports obtained by Call 6 Investigates. Raymond Henderson, 43, of Roanoke, Texas, was arrested early Sunday morning after a woman...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. --A transgender student will be allowed to use the male bathrooms at an Evansville high school, said a federal judge, who ruled in that student's favor Monday. The student, who identifies as male, is the only one covered by a preliminary injunction. An advocate...
NEW CASTLE, Ind. --A wrong way driver caused several people to wreck and then hit another car head-on, killing the other driver on I-70 near New Castle, last night. State Police said Phaedra Winters, 55, of Huber Heights, Ohio, was driving west in the east bound lans and ran...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy already has one festival marketplace. In 2020, the city will find out whether it can support two. The new Bottleworks District development on the site of the old Mass Ave Coca-Cola bottling complex will include a market, less than a mile from City Market...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - 100 years ago this summer, the Indianapolis Police Department made history. With police ranks depleted by World War One, Indy created a separate branch within the police department for its first 14 policewomen. They focused on low-level crimes like shoplifting...