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It's that time again! A famous small-town post office is gearing up for the Christmas season. The Santa Claus, Indiana post office is the only one in the world with the Santa Claus name and receives over 400,000 pieces of mail in December. On December 1, the post office will...
(image courtesy of Facebook) Police in Fishers are still looking for a suspect in what appears to be a rarity - a random murder in one of the safest cities in the country. Henry Kim, 73, was found dead Saturday night in Windermere Park, near East 96th and Windermere Boulevard,...
The legalization of same-sex marriage in Indiana has required procedural changes in several state agencies. The State Department of Health issued new marriage license application forms within days of the ruling, but other agencies have had to adjust as well. American Civil...
Metro Police are looking for suspects after two people were shot on the near Southside. The shooting was reported just before nine-o-clock Sunday night in the 2100 block of South East Street. Officers say they found a man and woman with gunshot wounds inside the home when they...
Its no good news for the IU basketball team as its likely down two players after an incident last night. Officials say that Sophmore Devin Davis suffered serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle that was being driven by teammate Emmitt Holt. Davis is being treated at IU...
The Circle City is revved up for the Monumental Marathon Saturday. It's one of the top 25 marathons in the nation. Executive Director Blake Boldon says some 15,000 people will be in downtown Indianapolis for the big event. He says the event raises money for public education and...
Walmart says it will match the prices of online competitors this holiday shopping season, a policy one economist thinks is a good PR move, even if it doesn't result in added sales. The nation's largest retailer already matches advertised prices from brick-and-mortar competitors...
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels is heading to India. Daniels says the trip is about strengthening ties with the nation. Close to 1,500 students from India are currently enrolled at Purdue and Daniels says thousands of Purdue alumni live in India. Purdue currently has...
It's a frightening forecast for Halloween. Jason Puma with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, says bundle up those trick or treaters. Wind chills in the 20's and gusty winds of up to 30-to 35-miles per hour, mixed in with snow and ice pellets--will all be part of the...