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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis International Airport is on pace to break last year’s record number of passengers. 4.6 million passengers flew in and out of Indy in the first half of the year. That's a 7% increase over 2017, when the airport set a record with nearly nine-million...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Jeff Miller has resigned from the Indianapolis City-County Council after he pleaded guilty in connection with allegations that he inappropriately touched children. Miller had been charged with three counts of child molesting. Those counts were dropped, and he...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After the Supreme Court struck down a 1992 federal law in May that banned sports betting in all but four states , a state representative wants Indiana to legalize it in 2019. Rep. Alan Morrison (R-Brazil), as a guest on 93 WIBC's "Hammer and Nigel Show" , says he...
GARY, Ind. --In the shadow of the U.S. Steel plant that once employed 25,000 people, and fueled a thriving community, is Gary. With a population that was once near 200,000, the city is home to less than half of that now. That means a great number of the homes there have been...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The CDC is keeping its eye on a measles outbreak that covers at least 21 states, including Indiana. The health agency says 107 people have come down with measles so far this year. A total of 120 measles cases were reported nationwide in 2017. The number of...
INDIANAPOLIS --Five people are facing criminal charges after claims of abuse at a home for disabled people. Investigators say Amelia Hagedorn -- the owner of Indianapolis-based Safe Journey LLC -- along with three of her employees -- have been charged with battery resulting in...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Roncalli High School students say the situation over a guidance counselor saying she was asked to resign over her same-sex marriage sheds light on a culture of intolerance at the school that has been going on for years. In 2012, two students took their own...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Roncolli High School is all Shelly Fitzgerald has "ever known and loved." She went to high school there and returned to become a guidance counselor, and did it all while concealing the fact that she was married to another woman. Now, 15 years later, she is on the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Tia Coleman, the Indianapolis woman whose husband and children died in a duck boat accident last month, wants Congress to make the boats safe or ban them entirely. Four weeks after the accident in Branson, Missouri, Coleman has launched a Change.org petition...