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A new survey out shows that 18% of Americans expect to never get out of debt. The creditcards.com study says that figure is double what it was in May of 2013. University of Indianapolis Finance Expert Dr. Matt Will says the figure isn't surprising given that credit cards...
The Indiana Department of Transportation apologized for robocalls, some of which woke people up in the middle of the night. A statement from INDOT says it contracted with a research firm to conduct a survey on how INDOT could provide better customer service. But because of what...
Indy has won another honor from a travel magazine. Lonely Planet , which has been around since 1973, placed Indianapolis on its 2015 "Best In The U.S." list, which includes ten cities the magazine says its readers should check out next year. Lonely Planet mentions the Children's...
Nearly 140 Indiana National Guard Soldiers are back home in time for the holidays. The 1413th Engineer Company returned yesterday after a nine month deployment to Afghanistan. The group was welcomed home by a large crowd of family and friends at the Johnson County Armory in...
One of the most wanted sex offenders in the Indianapolis area is now behind bars. Sheriffs Deputies and US Marshal spent more than two hours working to get 49 year old Sean Stewart out of a hiding spot in a crawlspace on Tuesday. Police say that arrest warrants have been on file...
An Indianapolis man was taken to the hospital in critical condition on Tuesday afternoon after a tree branch fell and hit his head on Tuesday afternoon. Witnesses say that the 44 year old man was part of a tree trimming crew working in the 7000 block of E. Thompson Road. The man...
A jilted ex-boyfriend is behind bars after a stabbing Tuesday night. It all started with a break-up earlier in the day. The boyfriend returned overnight to the home in the 200 block of Bixler Rd, only to break into the home and attack his now ex-girlfriend with a knife and hold...
In what has become an annual tradition the Salvation Army received a gold coin in one their donation kettles this year. This time the anonymous donor dropped the coin into a kettle on the east side of Kokomo on Monday. The coin was deposited along with two silver coins. Last...
While hundreds of police departments across the country are happy to receive free surplus military vehicles from the government, one southern Indiana police agency is sending theirs back. New Albany Police Chief Todd Bailey has announced that four Humvees that his department...