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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Indiana University student Jordan Cain was among 70 submissions of this year’s IES Abroad’s annual film competition. The short films are done by students studying abroad in over 20 different countries. Cain found out he won the competition Wednesday for the...
Part of the Monon Trail in Indianapolis. (WIBC.com file photo: RTV6) Four Indiana mayors say the benefits of beefing up bike trails are worth the pushback they say inevitably comes with them. Mayors Dennis Tyler of Muncie, Shawna Girgis of Bedford, Thomas McDermott Jr. of...
Indianapolis has begun installing the first phase of a promised 100 new streetlights. Indianapolis hasn't added to its inventory of 29,000 street lights since 1981, when then-Mayor Bill Hudnut declared a moratorium on new lights to keep the city's electric bills under control...
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. -- A former candidate for Shelbyville Common Council is accused of stealing nearly $150,000 from a church. Michael Richardson, 44, of Shelbyville was arrested Friday after investigators say he took the money while he served as treasurer at the Lewis Creek...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Trying to arrest a woman who was stealing liquor from the Kroger on 86th about 2 this morning is how an IMPD officer got punched in the face. A news release from IMPD says the officer was checking for any criminal activity at the all-night grocery store. The...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man accused of peeping into multiple Franklin Township homes was arrested Tuesday after he drove his car into a garage. According to probable cause documents filed in those charges, Jamie Hogan reported Gray broke into their house in August 2015 and went into...
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.--Hillary Clinton's e-mails seemed to be foremost in a speech Gov. Mike Pence made Tuesday in Winston-Salem, N.C. Indiana's governor also talked about Pres. Barrack Obama's leadership, and how he believes the president has weakened the country's position in...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Indiana's voter system is safe from hackers according to the Indiana Election Division. “We are confident that the security features of our statewide voter registration system protect against hacks described in the FBI alert sent last week,” says Angie...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Visitors to Indy's City Market can get musical from now through the end of October. The Indianapolis-based American Pianists Association has set up two pianos at the market, one on the west plaza and one on the east. They'll be covered at night, but...