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Downtown Indy's weekly farmers' market will branch out next month, with its first evening hours. City Market plans to hold the "twilight market" on the second Thursday of each month through September. It may expand next summer. Executive director Stevi Stoesz says the twilight...
Westfield's Grand Park sports complex is getting ready to expand beyond sports. Grand Park will open a new 370,000-square-foot events center in July, adding three indoor soccer fields -- but also adding open space for trade shows. Mayor Andy Cook says it's a step toward creating...
People across the country will be using two wheels instead of four on Friday -- all part of National Bike to Work Day. Both Carmel and Indianapolis have special events planned around the event to make it fun and easy for everyone to participate. At the Monon Community Center in...
SPEEDWAY, Ind.--If you're going to the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, or any of the events associated with it this weekend, you can rest assured that the Speedway has your safety in mind. Doug Boles, president of the Speedway, says they've made some changes in the past...
CARMEL, Ind. - Pixee Fox’s hobby has become her career. She works as a plastic surgery model. The job description is exactly as it sounds. Fox grew up in Sweden. She had become an electrician but wasn’t happy with the direction of her life or how she looked. So, she moved to the...
Daily fantasy sports companies have until August to declare they want to keep doing business in Indiana. In March, Indiana became the second state to formally affirm daily fantasy games are legal -- four states have followed since. Indiana's law sets a $50,000 registration fee...
The State Supreme Court has been asked to reconsider a ruling that lets state lawmakers keep some emails private. The Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana asked the court to again consider their case against state Rep. Eric Koch (cook). Last month, the Indiana Supreme Court...
Attorney General Greg Zoeller (right) with U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) State and federal authorities want businesses on their guard for forced prostitution as race fans pour into Indianapolis for the 500. IndyGo buses and billboards around Speedway...
Tight races in Indiana according to a new poll. Bellwether Research conducted the poll of 600 registered voters in Indiana. Governor Pence has a narrow lead over John Gregg 40-percent to 36-percent, with Libertarian Rex Bell pulling just two-percent. The margin is within the...