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AAA says Labor Day travel will be the strongest since 2008. Hoosier Motor Club Spokesman Greg Seiter says they're projecting 34.7 million Americans will travel 50 or more miles from home during the upcoming holiday weekend. That's up 1.3% over this time last year. Seiter says it...
A process unit on the north end of the BP Refinery in Whiting exploded and caught fire Wednesday night. BP spokesman Scott Dean says the refinery's own fire department responded and put out the fire about two hours after it broke out. One employee was taken to a local hospital...
You may have noticed that gas prices jumped up again, or they will soon if they haven't at your station. One gas price watcher says that's normal, not just for Indiana, but also for other Midwestern states. "Prices started jumping to about 3.59 a gallon around central Indiana...
A statewide Amber Alert was issued Wednesday night for a missing one-month-old boy believed to be in "extreme danger." IMPD says officers were called around 12:00 p.m. Wednesday to the 1400 block of Henry Street on the city's near southwest side. A 23-year-old man told officers...
Employees at a day care facility knew about -- but failed to immediately report -- child molestation allegations last week, according to court documents released Wednesday. An employee at Children’s Choice Learning Center at St. Vincent Hospital faces felony charges of child...
Indiana State Police are investigating as many as four special deputies with the Vigo County Sheriff's Office. The non-payroll special deputies were performing traffic control at the Vigo County Fairgrounds on August 23. The deputies allegedly issued citations for various...
The Transportation Security Administration says their TSA Pre-Check program has hit a milestone. Spokesman Mark Howell announced Wednesday that the registered air traveler program has reached 500,000 applicants. Howell made the announcement at Indianapolis International Airport...
School officials in Muncie found a loaded gun inside a high school student's locker Wednesday. A spokeswoman for Muncie Community Schools said the principal at Central High School was searching the student's locker because the student smelled like marijuana. The loaded gun was...
New research shows that kids and teens who constantly have their ears plugged with listening devices may be harming their ears. Purdue University audiologist Shannon Van Hyfte says they're finding that young people who frequently use headphones or ear buds to listen to phones,...