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A shooting and carjacking in the parking lot of a Beech Grove Wal-Mart may have stemmed from a Craigslist transaction, police said. The incident happened in the 4600 block of South Emerson Avenue around 6:30 p.m. Monday, officials with the Beech Grove Police Department said...
A 17-year-old boy was hospitalized in serious condition after he was shot early Sunday during a parking lot ambush at an Anderson IHOP. Police said the shooting happened just before 3 a.m. at the IHOP in the 5300 block of Scatterfield Road where police said seven gunshots were...
One of the largest Comic Cons says it is coming to Indianapolis next year, though the city's tourism bureau is still waiting to confirm the news. Wizard World Comic Con says it is expanding its lineup of shows to 22 cities in 2015, including Indianapolis. A press release says it...
Expect to pay more at the pumps this July 4th holiday period. AAA Hoosier Motor Club says the coming holiday weekend will see the highest Independence Day weekend gas prices since 2008. AAA blames that on current Iraqi unrest that's impacting worldwide petroleum prices. AAA says...
Two Indianapolis police officers have been sued by a woman who claims they were apparently offended by her bumper sticker. Pamela Konchinsky was pulling her minivan into the Merchants Garage, a parking garage on South Meridian Street near her employer, on June 17 when, her...
(WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) IMPD is remembering the most violent gun battle in its history. Chief Rick Hite and numerous others unveiled a new exhibit in the Indianapolis City County Council building. The photo exhibit commemorates the so-called "Battle of Elder Avenue" which...
(RTV6 photo) The first same-sex couple to have their marriage recognized by the state of Indiana hopes a federal appeals court will allow it to be recognized again. An attorney for gay rights legal group Lambda Legal filed an emergency request to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals...
The smoking ban in Indianapolis will be back before a judge this morning. Marion County Superior Court Judge James Osborn is holding a hearing in a challenge to the ban brought by two members of the Tavern League of Indiana - the Thirsty Turtle and the Whistle Stop Inn. An...
(WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) The Federal Aviation Administration is playing catch up as more people gain access to so called drones. Many folks associate drones with government surveillance, while others are using them for things like aerial photography at weddings and some...