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A person was in serious condition Friday night after being shot multiple times on the north side. Police said the victim, found with multiple gunshot wounds near the intersection of 46th Street and Indianola Avenue (near Arsenal Park), was taken to Methodist Hospital. A vehicle...
(WIBC.com photo: Alex Brown) Monument Circle in Indianapolis was packed with people who came out Friday night for the Circle of Lights ceremony. The crowd cheered as the lights were turned on for the tree on the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The crowd saw Santa as well as...
23 disabled veterans from central Indiana and around the country are beginning a three-day deer hunt in Eagle Creek Park aimed at bringing down an exploding population. Indy Parks invited the group Wounded Warriors Outdoors to carry out the first phase of a two-step reduction so...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A man is dead after leading police on a chase in a stolen car Friday morning. IMPD says a woman called police shortly before 8:30 a.m. saying her car had been stolen in the 3600 block of Arthington Boulevard. The woman said she was warming up her car in her...
IFD firefighters responded to two fires in the same condominium complex in less than an hour. The first fire occurred at 6:21 am and was contained to the fence behind 3983 Gateway Court. Heavy fire was showing and the fire extinguished in minutes. The second fire was located in...
Indianapolis police arrested three people Friday after a home invasion and a pair of robberies on the west side. Police were called to the 5300 block of Buttercup lane around midnight. IMPD Sergeant Rafael Diaz says four men forced their way into an apartment, then stole two...
From televisions to Pajamas and lingerie to super-cute shoes, Black Friday is in full swing in Indianapolis. For many people heading out Thursday night and early this morning it’s all about planning. Perhaps hundreds of thousands of people have flocked to the malls and big box...
Fishers is preparing for its approaching transition from town to Indiana's seventh-largest city. Town manager Scott Fadness will be sworn in as Fishers' first mayor when it officially becomes a city January 1. He was unopposed in the November election after winning a six-way...
A Purdue study finds those online shopping "you might also like" suggestions really do boost sales. Krannert School of Management Professors Prabuddha De and Mohammad Rahman worked with a women's clothing retailer to track the server logs from the company's website. Rahman says...