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A high school student is facing charges in the murder of a Fishers man. Maxwell Winkler, 17, was arrested Tuesday in the death of Henry Kim, 73. Details on exactly what led to Winkler's arrest were not clear. However, Fishers police said while they were out searching a wooded...
Police in Fishers think they have solved a brutal murder, though there are still questions about motive. Henry Kim, 73, of Fishers, was found dead in Windermere Park just after 7 p.m. Saturday. Police said Kim had been shot and suffered injuries to his throat. Police said...
Indiana retailers are scrambling to hire holiday help. Ball State University economist Dr. Mike Hicks says that's good news for both unemployed workers and the overall economy. Retail hiring this holiday season is expected to jump from about 780-thousand during the last three...
Indianapolis Power & Light says it'll spend $15 million to overhaul its underground network protector system. This after an old downtown network protector or "circuit breaker" failed and knocked out power to downtown customers on August 13th. IPL representatives addressed a...
Last year's national Teacher of the Year says the key to getting kids interested in learning science and technology is to get them interested in learning, period. Jeff Charbonneau spoke at the Project Lead the Way Summit in Indy, which brings together 1,300 educators to discuss...
A new report out shows that 21 percent of fatal crashes nationwide involve drowsy driving. The report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety also shows that one-third of drowsy driver crashes also result in serious injuries to those involved. Young drivers ages 18 to 24 are...
The front page of the Department of Education's website after it was shut down (image courtesy of the Indiana DOE) The Department of Education has shut down its website after what it says was an attempted hacking. A release from the department says the site was shut down this...
It's that time again! A famous small-town post office is gearing up for the Christmas season. The Santa Claus, Indiana post office is the only one in the world with the Santa Claus name and receives over 400,000 pieces of mail in December. On December 1, the post office will...
(image courtesy of Facebook) Police in Fishers are still looking for a suspect in what appears to be a rarity - a random murder in one of the safest cities in the country. Henry Kim, 73, was found dead Saturday night in Windermere Park, near East 96th and Windermere Boulevard,...