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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Even if you haven't been a victim of crime, you might know someone who has. Keeping you safe is the focus for IMPD, as they get ready to train a new class of recruits. Mayor Joe Hogsett also says he believes efforts by the police department will help keep...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Wednesday was cool and very spring-like, but by the end of the week, you'll feel the hottest temperatures since last September. RTV6 Meteorologist Todd Klaassen says it will go up each day this week, reaching the upper 80s by Friday afternoon, withy extra...
INDIANAPOLIS - The first mosquitoes of the season have tested positive for the West Nile virus, the Marion County Health Department said Monday. No human cases of West Nile have been reported this year. Marion County didn't report its first human case of West Nile in 2015 until...
INDIANAPOLIS - The mother of a man found dead in the White River is hoping a monetary reward will help bring her son's killer to justice. Judith Howard reads the same poem every day. She says it provides some comfort following the death of her son, James Rice. It's been almost...
Indianapolis is marking Monday's anniversary of Robert Kennedy's assassination. Kennedy was gunned down in Los Angeles moments after delivering his victory speech in the California primary. But in Indianapolis, Kennedy is permanently linked to the leader gunned down two months...
June 6th will never be an ordinary day. 72 years ago, WIBC listeners who were up late - or early, depending on what you were doing - would have been listening to Harry James's big band with a live remote broadcast from the Hotel Astor in New York. Kitty Kallen was just about to...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Indiana's gas prices are the seventh most expensive in the country. While some states, like South Carolina and Oklahoma are getting gas for an average of $2.09 per gallon, Indiana's average Monday morning was $2.50, said gasbuddy.com. "It was crude oil prices...
PATOKA, Ind. - The tiny town of Patoka, Ind. has been abuzz since one of its 735 residents, Gary Snow II, purchased a $1 million winning Hoosier Lottery Scratch-off ticket at Trade Mart on Grave Street, more than three weeks ago. Snow is a forklift driver at Toyota. Being new on...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Muhammad Ali was born just across the river from Indiana in Louisville, Kentucky, and he was no stranger to Indiana during his storied life. During the 1987 Summer Celebration (formerly called Indiana Black Expo), Indianapolis Mayor William Hudnut provided...