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Zoya, the Amur Tiger (image courtesy of the Indianapolis Zoo) The Indianapolis zoo's new tiger cub can be seen by the public if you catch her at the right time. Zoya is an Amur tiger, a species native to Russia and northern Asia, and are perhaps best know to the public as...
Indianapolis State Rep. Dan Forestal said an independent audit will be the only means to rebuild public trust in a Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) rocked by constant scandal and incompetence. Forestal issued the call a day after it was revealed that the BMV overpaid close to $60,...
Aging infrastructure is being blamed for a water main break on the city's north side Tuesday morning. Compton Street from Broad Ripple Avenue to 61st Street is closed. In addition, water is shut off to The Broad Ripple Station strip mall and approximately half of the Broad...
Rev. Charles Harrison (podium) (WIBC.com file photo: Mike Corbin) The leader of the Ten Point Coalition in Indianapolis says he's not surprised a federal grand jury decided not to file charges against a Ferguson, Missouri police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed teenager...
IMPD is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect accused of robbing a west side gas station last month. Officers were called around 2:40 a.m. on October 25 to the Speedway gas station in the 7100 block of West Rockville Road on a report of a robbery. The victim told...
Bill Allen (photo courtesy RTV6) Indiana State Police arrested a deputy town marshal on child molestation charges. State Police say Bill Allen's arrest was the result of a month-long investigation. Details of that investigation were not released. Allen is the deputy marshal of...
Ryan Hubbard (photo courtesy IMPD) A man suspected of illegal drug activity is recovering in the hospital after being shot by an IMPD officer Monday afternoon. Police say officers found the suspect, Ryan Hubbard, 37, in the 2500 block of South Keystone Avenue around 12:00 p.m...
Deupty Mayor Adam Collins (WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) The City of Indianapolis has narrowed the field of teams bidding for the $500 million Marion County Justice Center project. Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Adam Collins says they are: Indy Justice Partners, Plenary...
(image courtesy of Center Grove Trojan Band) For the first time, the Center Grove High School marching band is headed to the country's most famous parade. Center Grove's Trojan Band is traveling to New York City for Thursday's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, a trip that has been...