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Areas of light freezing drizzle/rain will be around Central Indiana this evening and overnight.
Most of the homes lining the 1800 block of East 68th Street are unremarkable — little one- or two-story properties with a small driveway.
Central Indiana starts Sunday squeezed between two surface low pressure systems and under an upper level wave, all generally moving northeast.
This area will continue to see only slow economic growth in 2014, a Ball State University economist says.
Roads in Muncie were mostly clear and dry Saturday morning after what ended up being less snow than forecasters originally expected.
Police say 30-year-old Crystel Myers of Greenfield was charged Friday with stealing two $50 toy trucks from a discount store on Thanksgiving Day.
Eskenazi Health hospital will officially open for business in downtown Indianapolis on Saturday while nearby Wishard Memorial Hospital will begin to close.
Franciscan St. Francis Health-Mooresville physicians and staff donated free joint replacement surgery to three patients as part of the Operation Walk-USA program at the Center for Hip and Knee Surgery.
Much of East Central Indiana was waking up Friday morning to a covering of snow, but not heavy totals that forecasters were saying was possible.
The ambulances and shuttle buses will start lining up before dawn Saturday at Wishard Memorial Hospital, lights on, heaters going, waiting the first group of passengers.
On Nov. 11, police who were investigating a pair of horrific Northside home invasions first publicly identified a man named Adrian Anthony.
The next blast of snow is expected to come through the Indianapolis area between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. IndyStar.com metereologist Paul Poteet said the next wave could potentially bring another inch, maybe 2, of snow, especially in the southern areas.
The Central Indiana Dance Ensemble, a Carmel-based pre-professional ballet company, said it plans to donate $1 from each ticket sold during its upcoming performances of The Nutcracker to Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana.
December is Customer Appreciation Month at Subway, and to celebrate the fast food chain is selling two six-inch subs for $2.