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INDIANAPOLIS – A new plan to further punish panhandlers in downtown Indianapolis is getting a push from two City-County Council members. Michael McQuillen, the Republican Minority Leader, as well as Republican Councilor Susie Cordi will propose a new rule that no one can sit or...
INDIANAPOLIS -- What's better than a cheeseburger? A free cheeseburger, of course! Tuesday is National Cheeseburger Day! If you're in the right place at the right time (and, in some cases, you have the right mobile app) you can grab a free cheeseburger! Here are some of the best...
UPDATE: The Indy Star reports five people were arrested at the end of a stand-off at a house on Keystone Ave. The street opened up shortly after. INDIANAPOLIS -- An elderly man abducted during a house robbery Tuesday morning has been found and is safe, say Indy Metro Police...
GREENWOOD, Ind. —Amazon is considering building a distribution center in Greenwood. That’s what an Amazon representative said Monday night. The Greenwood City Council approved a 10-year tax break for Amazon as part of a package to bring the proposed 615,000-square-foot center to...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's economic boom is centered in its urban areas. An urban policy specialist says it'll take extra effort to make it just as strong in rural counties. Aaron Renn with the Manhattan Institute told the Association of Indiana Counties' annual meeting jobs go...
NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- The Sherman Minton Bridge in New Albany is getting a massive makeover. INDOT and the Kentucky Dept. of Transportation are going in on the $90 million project together, which will replace and rehabilitate the road decks on the 56-year-old bridge. New lighting...
ATTICA, Ind. -- A home exploded in Fountain County Monday morning. Attica police chief Robert Cole tells WLFI they arrived to find the house engulfed in flames in the towns historic district. He says a man suffering from third degree burns was standing outside. The man told...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Noblesville Councilor Mary Sue Rowland resigned Monday morning, according to Chris Jensen, Common Council President. Her resignation is effective immediately. Jensen did not explain why Rowland chose to leave the Council but said the city of Noblesville owes...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A teenager walking to school Monday morning found a man's body outside an apartment complex on Indy's northeast side. Indy Metro Police were called to the Briargate Apartments on Elwin Drive at around 7:15 a.m. Officers arrived and found the body of 20-year-old...