Wednesday Nov 27
Holiday travelers wary of snow
The State Police post in Lowell in northwest Indiana is reporting lake effect snow falling on I-94 around Michigan City.
Indianapolis Business News
Retailer GNC to create $25M distribution hub, hire 225
General Nutrition Centers plans to create a $25 million warehouse near Whitestown and create 225 jobs in the facility by 2017.
The Indianapolis Star
Lebanon antique store has a lot of pizzazz
Pizzazz Antiques in Lebanon is more than an antiques store. Located on South Street within blocks of Boone County's historic courthouse, Pizzazz opened this summer in a Queen Anne mansion that faced an iffy future.
Greensburg Daily News
PHOTOS and VIDEO: Tornado touches down in Lebanon
More than two dozen homes and several businesses were damaged when a tornado touched down in the Lebanon Business Park and continued on a path to Southside Park just before 4 p.m. Sunday.
New Tornado Warning
TORNADO WARNING FOR... NORTHEASTERN BOONE COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA... SOUTHEASTERN CLINTON COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA... NORTHERN HAMILTON COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA... WESTERN TIPTON COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA... * UNTIL 415 PM EST * AT 341 PM EST...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A LARGE AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR ... (more)
The Indianapolis Star
Serious crash snarls I-65 in Boone County, 1 hurt
One person is seriously injured following a crash this morning on southbound I-65 in Boone County involving a car and van.
Loose cattle close I-65 lanes in C. Ind.
Police say traffic was blocked for hours overnight on a section of Interstate 65 in central Indiana after a crash between two semitrailers left cattle loose along the highway.
Arson case takes new turn
The blame for the August night flames has been shifted to another. After three months of deliberation, the grand jury in charge of investigating the Aug. 19, 2005, downtown arson fire was sent home and John E. Middleton, 28, Lebanon, was charged with the crime.
Zionsville honors community leaders
Apparently you don't have to be present to win the Zionsville Town Crier Award. Steve and Vicki Snider proved that Saturday evening, Jan. 28, at the Greater Zionsville Chamber of Commerce's community awards dinner.