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KOKOMO, Ind. -- The federal government gave the green light this week to low-interest loans to help Hoosiers affected by last month's tornadoes rebuild. The program will cover Howard and six surrounding counties. The maximum amount available to a person will be $240,000. If your...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A southeast side resident came upon a gruesome site this week: a cat cut completely in half. Kendra Eldridge says she's horrified about the cat, and worried about the number of missing pets in her neighborhood. She made the unnerving discovery on the side of the...
(WIBC.com photo: Indiana Office of Tourism Development) Indiana's Bicentennial torch has been lit and begun a 36-day run from the old statehouse to the new. Former First Lady Judy O'Bannon lit the torch in her hometown of Corydon, Indiana's first state capital. 2,200...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— The two beams, the gray wall, the eagle pointed toward New York and the World Trade Center replica benches that make up the Sept. 11 Memorial in Indianapolis may mean more to some Hoosiers than just remembering what happened on the morning of 9/11. More...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Bloomington Police are looking for a man accused of walking into homes and trying to sexually assault young women. Investigators say there have been four different reports this week of a man wearing a mask going into women’s homes on the southeast side of...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A man was found dead Thursday morning at a Ray's Trash Service facility on the west side of Indianapolis. Officers say the body was found on a conveyor belt at the facility at the White River Recycling and Transfer recycling business in the 200 block of...
Purdue president Mitch Daniels (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Purdue president Mitch Daniels is predicting disaster not just for the economy but for democracy if Washington doesn't take action on the national debt. The former governor and federal budget director told...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana has new wheels. It's been a decade since the non-profit received their last truck to deliver daily meals to people in the greater Indianapolis area. During their brand-new van dedication ceremony on E. Michigan Street in...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - One person was killed early Thursday morning in a crash on I-69 involving multiple vehicles. The wreck happened in the northbound lanes of the highway near 96th Street. One other person was injured and it involved multiple vehicles. Anyone traveling in the area...