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INDIANAPOLIS -- DISH Network customers will be getting their local TV channels back. Tribune Broadcasting and DISH have come to a long-term agreement for broadcast and redistribution. The companies did not disclose the terms of their agreement. In Indianapolis and surrounding...
(WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Labor Day used to be the unofficial start of election campaign season. Not any more. Political scientist Brian Vargus says until radio came along, campaigns didn't start until after Labor Day -- in 1888, he notes, Benjamin Harrison's "campaign...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Central Indiana's Girl Scouts have opened a new $7 million headquarters on Indy's west side. The new Leadership and Learning Center at the entrance of the Scouts' Camp Dellwood features one large conference room and several smaller ones. Board...
ANDERSON, Ind. - The woman arrested for running a 12-year-old girl over with a lawnmower, which later led to the child's death in October 2015, plead guilty in Madison Circuit Court Thursday. The incident occurred October 27, 2015 in the 1000 block of Ranike Drive in Anderson...
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – As of right now, four Notre Dame football players arrested two weeks ago are set to play in Sunday's season opener against Texas. Irish coach Brian Kelly said that running back Dexter Williams, cornerback Ashton White, linebacker Te'Von Coney and wide receiver...
STATEWIDE -- Labor Day wraps up the cheapest summer for gas nationwide since 2004. Those prices should keep going down as we head into the fall. Over the summer, GasBuddy.com says the national average for a gallon of gas finished at $2.24 a gallon. You'll pay $2.25 a gallon on...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Now that the NFL preseason is over, the Indianapolis Colts have to let 22 of their players go. "We've got some tough decisions to make over the next 48 hours." Colts coach Chuck Pagano said in his press conference after the team's 13-10 win in their preseason...
RTV contributed to this report INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Forty-five people have been arrested in the past couple of days as part of IMPD's Operation Next Step. Thursday there were 28 people arrested, mostly on drug charges. Seventeen people were arrested in a Wednesday prostitution...
NEW CASTLE, Ind. -- More than two dozen New Castle students became ill Thursday after eating the hottest breed of pepper in the world. District officials say a student brought a pepper known as a Carolina Reaper to New Castle Middle School on Thursday. After eating it, as many...