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  • Man creates game centered around Kokomo businesses

    KOKOMO, Ind. – A popular new board game in Kokomo featuring local businesses is flying off the shelves, and it all started with an idea from a young girl. Ty Gray is the CEO of local food delivery company Food Precinct. Last year he was playing Monopoly with his daughter Shar’de when she asked him if they could create their own game. So Gray started looking into it, and he came across a manufacturing company that creates “-opoly” property trading […]

  • Traffic backed up on NB I-65 near north split due to crash involving IndyGo bus

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Downtown traffic is backed up due to a crash involving an IndyGo bus on northbound I-65. The left lane is closed just past the north split near Meridian Street / Pennsylvania Street. Indiana State Police tell us the bus was being used to transport people with special needs, and it is unclear how many people were on the bus. A couple of the passengers were transported to Eskenazi Hospital to be checked out.

  • Macaroni and cheese festival returns to Indy in February

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – After a sell-out crowd (twice) last year, a wildly popular macaroni and cheese festival is returning to Indianapolis for the second year. The event, called “Return of the Mac,” is for all ages and set to take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, February 4 at Circle City Industrial Complex. Attendees can choose from two general admission sessions, with gates opening at 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. Taking place on Super Bowl Sunday, this […]

  • Dog found frozen to the ground with badly broken leg

    FLINT, Mich. — An injured dog that spent the night frozen to the ground in the bitter cold with a badly broken leg has been given a second chance, according to WJRT. The dog has been through a lot. Streethearts Animal Rescue believes he was hit by a car, then froze to the ground, yet somehow he survived. Now they are trying to find out where he belongs. “This is not a stray dog, this is somebody’s loved pet.” said Bill […]

  • ‘Christmas House’ in Zionsville brings joy to local residents for two decades

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — Everyone loves looking at Christmas lights this time of year. And if you ask anyone in Zionsville where to go to see the best display, they’ll point you in the direction of Mary Webber. Commonly referred to as the “Christmas House,” Webber has been lighting up the Village near the downtown area for two decades. It started with one outdoor Santa display when her youngest child was just 7-years-old. It has since expanded to dozens of inflatables […]

  • Indiana man’s Christmas Minion display draws attention from across the globe

    NEW ALBANY, Ind. – A southern Indiana man’s atypical holiday display which includes dozens and dozens of Minions is receiving international attention. Michael Pourteau, of New Albany, installed 70 of the famous yellow characters from “Despicable Me” for the first time this year. He started decorating his home during a contest between his neighbor and his son. One thing led to the next, and it turned into Minion mania. As you can imagine, it’s pretty obvious who won the contest. […]

  • Police search for suspects accused of home invasion, attempted carjacking on Indy’s west side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police are searching for a pair of suspects involved in a home invasion and attempted carjacking on Indy’s west side. Police say a woman was outside of her home on Orchestra Way around 6:30 a.m. when a pair of suspects forced her back inside. They stole a few items and took off on foot. A short time later the pair tried to carjack someone in the same area, but they were not successful and fled on foot […]

  • Indiana man working at tree farm makes Christmas wish come true for boy with autism

    WAYNE COUNTY, Ind. – A mother in Wayne County is very grateful for an employee at a tree farm who went above and beyond to help her son with autism fulfill his wish of cutting down the perfect Christmas tree. Julie Watt and her 6-year-old son Bentley visited Roehler’s Christmas Tree Farm on Monday evening. She intended for it to be a quick trip, but that wasn’t the case. “Well, as any parent of a child with autism will tell you, ‘plans-schmans,” […]

  • VIDEO: Convicted sex offender attacked in New Hampshire court by another prisoner

    DOVER, NH – A convicted sex offender was attacked in a New Hampshire courtroom by another prisoner just minutes after he was sentenced, WMUR reports. Christopher Elwell was sentenced to seven and a half to 15 years for sexually assaulting a four-year-old girl. Josiah Davies was also in the courtroom awaiting arraignment and a hearing on a probation violation when Elwell was sentenced. Davies, who was shackled at the time, started headbutting Elwell. A representative from the Strafford County Attorney’s […]

  • Speedway family spreads holiday cheer for over two decades with amazing light display

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. – Speedway, Indiana is one of the most popular destinations for racing in the United States, but one local family’s light display also makes it a great place to get in the holiday spirit. The Bates family’s spectacular light display has attracted hundreds of visitors each year for more than 20 years. Every inch of their home located at the corner of West 22nd Street and Fisher Avenue has been covered in lights for the holidays. Dave Bates […]