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INDIANAPOLIS --A small plane had to make an emergency landing near the parking lot of a Dick's Sporting Goods store on Indy's northwest side. Investigators say an equipment malfunction is what forced the pilot to make the landing at the lot, which is on West 86th Street just...
INDIANAPOLIS- IPL confirmed over 37,000 customers were without power in central Indiana Saturday. The power outage was due to extreme high winds that reached up to 50 mph. The Indianapolis Fire Department responded to a least 59 power lines, 13 structure fire investigations from...
NATIONWIDE -- No one won Friday's Mega Millions drawing, meaning the jackpot has increased to $1.6 billion. The jackpot has become the largest in U.S. history, however, the odds of winning aren't good. If you buy a ticket you have a one in 302.5 million chance of winning. The...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - You might be able to place bets on the Colts or the Boilermakers next year, but there are a lot of details left to work out. A legislative study committee gave a unanimous green light to keep working toward legalized sports betting. House Public Policy Chairman...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A male lion is dead at the Indianapolis Zoo after getting into a fight with another lion. Zoo curator David Hagen said workers at the zoo heard an unusual amount of roaring coming from the the lion enclosure Monday. When zookeepers arrived, they saw a 10-year-old...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two new hotels, an expanded convention center and a new use for Pan Am Plaza. Those the big things among many in new plans released by the Capital Improvement Board of Directors this morning downtown. In a partnership with Visit Indy and Kite Reality Group Trust...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Want to see something amazing this weekend? Just take a look up at the night sky. If the sky is clear and you can get away from the light pollution of the nearest big city, you'll be able to see the annual Orionid meteor shower at its peak. The shower happens...
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. – A Morgan County fire chief is facing battery charges after investigators say he used a belt to discipline his two daughters. According to the Martinsville Times-Reporter , Washington Township Fire Chief Michael Herrington, 41, used the belt on their butts...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After spending nearly a week in Florida helping those affected by Hurricane Michael, members of Indiana Task Force One have returned to Indiana. The team had been in Panama City going door to door, searching homes and businesses, making sure anyone who stayed...