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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – You could say David Denman is a lover of tattoos – with now nine in total. While most of them are covered, his ninth is in plain sight where everyone can see. Denman’s latest ink job is a tattoo of a safety pin on his right hand. He said it represents a...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – At the southwest corner of Meridian and Washington streets, lies a historic 8-foot-tall landmark set 29 feet above the sidewalk. You may have noticed its four faces – or maybe you were too busy shopping in Carson’s to notice – but Sunday afternoon, the Ayres...
GREENE COUNTY, Ind. – The man involved in a crash that killed three people from Newburgh, IN, including a Castle High School student, turned himself into police Saturday morning. Mason Hartke, 19, of Jasper, IN turned himself into Greene County authorities after a warrant was...
INDIANAPOLIS – Former Indianapolis Archbishop Joseph Tobin was elevated to Cardinal status in Vatican City Saturday morning. Tobin was named a Cardinal by the Pope in October. Dozens of people from the Indianapolis Archdiocese made the trip to see Tobin become inducted. In all,...
NEW YORK – When Vice President-elect Mike Pence attended a showing of “Hamilton” Friday evening, he received an unexpected message from the cast. One cast member addressed Pence at the conclusion of the show by stating: “We are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious...
INDOT Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) INDOT expects to finish a few more big projects before putting construction on hold for the winter. Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson says INDOT expects to open a new I-69 exit in Fishers next month at 106th...
Indianapolis Deputy Mayor David Hampton (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Racial and religious minorities are banding together to push back at a string of bias incidents in the week since the election. Schools have reported harassment of Arab and Latino students. And Lindsey Mintz...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- You'll have more traffic to worry about if you're going to Grandma's house or anywhere else for Thanksgiving. AAA says 48.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles or farther from home this Thanksgiving, up nearly 2 percent from last year. The agency says...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- A south side mother has filed a lawsuit against her apartment complex alleging they are responsible for her 5-year old daughter losing her leg to a flesh eating bacteria. Lauraine Lyles filed suit against Bradford Lake apartments Thursday in Marion County...