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Indianapolis police have called off the search for a missing 3-month-old girl. Nearly 50 officers searched through a large amount of material at a south side landfill for Janna Rivera on Sunday. Detectives say they don't believe her disappearance was a random act, and...
A storm that ripped up siding and trees on the southeast side of Indianapolis seemed to fly under the radar. No sirens went off Saturday evening as an EF-1 tore through with 90 mile an hour winds, snapping trees, hoisting a trailer into a pond, and lifting a garage off of it's...
The field for the seat of retiring Indiana Senator Dan Coats may not be complete yet. Former Coats and Mitch Daniels chief of staff Eric Holcomb and Third District Congressman Marlin Stutzman are already seeking the Republican nomination. But Ninth District Congressman Todd...
Legislators in both parties expect the status quo on the Indiana Toll Road, despite a change in operators last week -- though they disagree on whether that's good or bad. Australia's IFM Investors took control of the road on Thursday, two months after paying ITR Concession...
She said she would decide on a run for governor by June, and it appears Glenda Ritz will announce that decision just after the calendar turns next week. The state Superintendent of Public Instruction will announce Friday, June 5 that she will seek the Democratic nomination for...
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) House Minority Leader Scott Pelath says fears of a divisive Democratic primary led him to decide against a run for governor next year. Pelath (D-Michigan City) says he fears a bloody primary...
The Hancock County Public Library will try to set a world record tomorrow (Saturday) morning. The library with branches in Greenfield and New Palestine was looking for a new way to kick off the annual Summer reading club that libraries typically hold for children while school is...
Now's the time of year when kids are most at risk when it comes to water safety. The USA Swimming Foundation says 70% of African-American, 60% of Hispanic and 40% of Caucasian children cannot swim. They also say drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-...
An Indiana economist says the nation may be inching closer to another recession. This follows word that the U.S. economy shrank by 0.7% in the first quarter of 2015. The decline in economic output is a reversal of the initial Commerce Department report that showed the economy...