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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--The state gas average has gone up more than a dime in the last week in Indiana. The rise is being blamed on crude oil prices, said oil expert Trilby Lundberg, who runs the Lundberg Survey, which monitors oil and gas prices around the country. "The rise in...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--The last day of the Indiana State Fair was not the best day for a man who was shot in the chest in one of the Fair's parking areas. IMPD officers said they were not clear on where the shooting happened, but the person was found in their car, headed towards...
SOUTH BEND, Ind.--The Notre Dame football team is minus one player after two separate incidents involving six players over the weekend. Senior safety Max Redfield was dismissed from the team Sunday, according to a statement from Head Coach Brian Kelly, posted to the Noter Dame...
LIZTON, Ind.--There will be school Monday at Tri WQest High School in Hendricks County, but a student who Superintendent Rusty King says made a threat on social media will not be there. Parents received an e-mail Sunday with a voice message from King, saying that a threat had...
SALEM, Ind.—Two people were murdered in the Washington County, Indiana, town of Salem, which is about 30 miles north of Louisville. Saturday evening, Indiana State Police reported an arrest in the crime. The bodies of Valerie E. Dicus, 37, and Joseph R. Hobson, 36, were...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Multiple people were injured, including 20 police officers, when a crash on the east side ignited a fire in one of the vehicles. The collision occurred around 8 p.m. on the 3400 block of North Post Road. Indianapolis police had been chasing a suspect, but had...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) The state has broken ground for its first new state mental hospital since 1952. The seven-story, 159-bed Neurodiagnostic Center will be built on the campus of Community Hospital East. Family and Social Services Secretary John Wernert says the...
Indy's visitors bureau is studying whether the city needs more hotel rooms. Indy has lost a thousand hotel rooms in the last five years, with the closing of University Place at IUPUI, and closings and facelifts at other hotels. For megaevents like GenCon or the Final Four, the...
GREENWOOD, Ind. -- There will be plenty of food, music, art and fundraising at a festival this weekend in Greenwood. WAMMfest is Saturday, Aug. 20 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Craig Park. "It's a day of wine, art, music and microbrew. We're going to have nine wineries and ten...