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INDIANAPOLIS -- INDOT has laid out the first five years of what will be a 20-year road improvement plan. INDOT will resurface 10,000 lane miles around the state, and repair or replace 1,300 bridges over the next five years, spending $4.7 billion from the road funding bill which...
NEW YORK — Want to buy a piece of history? You'll have a chance to do that next week, as long as you don't mind writing a really big check. The sample bag that held moon rocks collected by Neil Armstrong is going up for auction at Sotheby's in New York City. Inside are a dozen...
GREENWOOD, Ind. – If you drive near Greenwood Park Mall, you may have seen a dilapidated series of buildings that used to be a strip mall at the corner of County Line Road and Madison Avenue. Now, the city has announced its intention to purchase those buildings, tear them down...
BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. -- Several churches were vandalized in Brown and Bartholomew counties over the past month. Authorities said four churches fell victim this week, which brought the total to five for the month. The latest church found damaged was Triumphant Baptist Church...
CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. -- Two children have died after a car crashed into a home northeast of Frankfort. It happened around 9 p.m. Wednesday in the 4900 block of W. County Rd. 300 North. Investigators say a white car driven by 17-year-old Alia Sierra drove into the house and...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- A jury returned a verdict of "not guilty" for Brittani Martin in the death of her ex-husband shortly before 4:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. IMPD detectives arrested 36-year-old Martin following the fatal shooting of 40-year-old Jack Martin in October 2016...
5G Internet hasn't arrived yet, but Indianapolis is now closer than all but one other city. Indy is the second city -- after Austin, Texas -- with AT&T's 5G Evolution connectivity. It's a steppingstone toward true 5G ultra-fast wireless. AT&T Indiana president Bill...
INDIANAPOLIS --If you're planning on being in downtown Indianapolis this weekend, you can expect to see more police because of both a protest rally expected at the State House and the second Saturday of the Indiana Black Expo, Summer Celebration. The festival and the street...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Muncie man who ran from police got taken down not by a Taser or a K-9, but by his Achilles tendon. Police say Brian Watson robbed three convenience stores -- two Village Pantry locations and a Hoosier Pete -- in three hours early Wednesday morning. When...