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INDIANAPOLIS — It is nearly time to celebrate Halloween on the wild side, as ZooBoo kicks off Wednesday at the Indianapolis Zoo. The annual Fall event allows Hoosiers of all ages to enjoy the October holiday, while still getting to learn more about the animals that call the zoo home.  Cody Mattox, Public Relations Specialist […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Metro Police are investigating after an officer-involved shooting injured two suspects Friday near Lucas Oil Stadium. Officers went to a business on South Shelby Street around 9 p.m., after learning of a possible armed robbery.  They were then given a description of a car that had likely been involved in the crime. […]

STATEWIDE — It is almost time for farmers to begin harvesting their crops, so first responders around the state are encouraging you to be extra cautious on the roads. First responders are reminding you to be patient, as you will see quite a bit of agricultural equipment (combines, tractors, etc.) on the roads this season. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The family of former State Senator Jack Sandlin is inviting you to attend his memorial services next week. The former representative recently died at the age of 72.  In honor of his life, a visitation and memorial service will be held at the Indiana Statehouse next Friday. The visitation and subsequent memorial service […]

INDIANAPOLIS — While Christmas may still seem far away, coordinators are already selling tickets for the Christmas Gift + Hobby Show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. This year marks the 74th running of the event, at which you can purchase items from more than 300 vendors.  There will also be live performances, “Merry Money” drawings, […]

UPDATE: The Silver Alert for Kimberly Dupee-Boyd has been cancelled. — INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Metro Police are searching for a missing woman, and they need your help. They say 68-year-old Kimberly Dupee-Boyd was last seen Thursday near East 46th Street and Millersville Road.  They believe she was driving a black 2003 Chevrolet pickup truck, with […]

INDIANAPOLIS — As libraries and school districts around the state discuss re-shelving or removing certain young adult books, Hoosiers have begun opening bookstores in an effort to protect debated titles. The Indy Star reports that entrepreneurs like author Leah Johnson are opening local shops that sell a variety of titles, including those that address underrepresented […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may expect parents to celebrate the birth of their child with a photoshoot.  Well, one Indianapolis Colts player put a twist on this tradition by posing…with a football. Tight end Kylen Granson celebrated his first-ever professional touchdown during the game against the Houston Texans.  The Hoosier team won that game, 31-20. To […]