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The holiday season is upon us and the BBB is warning you to be on the lookout for holiday scams, particularly those involving fake charity. President of the BBB Serving Central Indiana Tim Maniscalo says that means you need to be especially careful. He advises you take the due...
It's traditionally one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Black Friday is here and that means shoppers are packing brick and mortar stores across the nation in search of so-called "doorbuster deals." Purdue University Retail expert Dr. Richard Feinberg says consumers will...
One person has died following a single car accident Thursday morning on the city's west side. Four others are in stable condition. Police and the Wayne Township Fire Department responded to the crash at roughly 3:30 a.m. in the 700 block of Beachway Drive. Alcohol is believed to...
(WIBC.com photo courtesy Downtown Indy) The L.S. Ayres cherub has made its annual Thanksgiving Day appearance downtown, and will watch over shoppers for the next month: The holiday angel made its debut in an Ayres catalog in 1946. The bronze sculpture version first appeared at...
A judge says deer hunts at Eagle Creek Park can take place starting this weekend. The Marion County Superior Court judge denied claims in a civil lawsuit filed by residents. The lawsuit said the city-county government did not follow proper procedures when the hunts were approved...
Octavio Gonzalez (file photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD is asking for information regarding the whereabouts of a man suspected in a July murder and the victim's family is offering a reward. Police are still searching for Octavio Gonzalez, 31, who allegedly killed Dexter Smith, 31, on...
An animal rights group wants law enforcement to prevent some elephants from performing at the Ringling Brothers Circus when it comes to Indianapolis. People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) sent a letter to the city's Department of Public Safety asking it to intervene...
(file photo courtesy Metro Networks) The President of the Indianapolis Urban League says Indy is not Ferguson. But Tony Mason says the city has some of the same underlying problems that likely produced the controversy in Missouri. "We've always pulled together to try to work...
(file photo courtesy RTV6) The FBI says it hasn't completed its investigation into a Hammond traffic stop in which a cell phone video showed police breaking a car window and using a stun gun on a man. That's a different story from what Mayor Tom McDermott Jr. is telling. The...