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We're halfway there! The well-advertised "pause in the precipitation" occurs early to mid morning today, followed by another batch of accumulating snow.
Nick Blum was 15 years old when he sketched his first watch. The teen didnít have a fascination with time pieces, it was sketching and designing that he liked.
The winter storm will move out of central Indiana tonight with some evening light snow and an additional inch or so is possible.
An Indianapolis man who was a principal for a Frankfort middle school has been charged in a multistate child sexually abusive material case, the Marion County prosecutor's office said today.
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.
Friends and family gathered Dec. 8 in front of the West Washington Street apartment where Dreydon Webb, 7, was killed in a fire.
Police today arrested two suspects in connection with the Wednesday slaying of a 23-year-old Lizton man on the Far Westside.
Kroger on Thursday celebrated the grand reopening of a Northeastside store after major renovations, what company officials say is part of its ongoing investment in Indianapolis-area stores.
Slick roads could greet commuters tonight as the seasonís first big snow rolls into Central Indiana.
Mild weather will be with us today as highs top out around 60 degrees. The forecast flips to winter by Thursday night as we start tracking rain/sleet/ice and snow.
A former Indianapolis police officer convicted of killing a man and seriously injured two other people while driving drunk in his police cruiser is now in prison.
Another Indiana city plans to install crime-fighting cameras. Indianapolis already has dozens of them, making people think twice before committing crimes.But in Columbus, police plan to put in more high-tech Indianapolis already has dozens of them, making people think twice before committing crimes.
So did you get enough to eat this past week? Did you find it hard to choose between seconds on the... The trials of the three suspects in the Richmond Hill explosion, which killed two people and damaged dozens of homes, are shaping up to be among the most complicated, costly and time-consuming in Marion County history.
A City-County Council committee tonight unanimously endorsed a proposal that would toughen Marion Countyís smoke detector rules but could cost residents and landlords more money.