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Scammers targeting international students at Purdue

Scammers call the students, pretending to be some sort of authority and tell them they're part of an investigation and must pay up. → Read More

What's next for the employees of the Walmart facility that burned down?

Walmart said more than 900 workers have already transitioned to new jobs, but more than 1,100 have not. → Read More

IMPD changes tactics to fight violent crime; says it's working

IMPD administrators shifted more than 90 officers to the Violence Reduction Team or the Violent Crime Task Force. → Read More

Simon Property Group sells remaining stake in Circle Centre Mall, owners looking to redevelop

The development company expects the design and pre-development stage of the project to be completed by year-end. → Read More

Downtown jail, mall under consideration for residential development in Indianapolis

Circle Centre Mall and a former Marion County Jail are among the properties being considered for residential development in downtown Indianapolis. → Read More

Need a professional mover? Experts say start looking early

One of the many professional moving companies in desperate need of truck drivers is offering extensive benefits plus a $100,000 salary for long-distance drivers. → Read More

Future of Wabash Township firefighters promising after trustee convicted

Angel Valentin, Wabash Township's interim Trustee, is working with board members to bring the firefighters back after Jennifer Teising's conviction. → Read More

East Indianapolis organization says violence prevention grant is already making an impact

The Mackida Loveal & Trip Mentoring Outreach Center has reached out to youth and young adults for 20 years. → Read More

Indiana coronavirus updates: Navy personnel arrives in Indianapolis to assist with COVID surge

The latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic for Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021. → Read More

State lawmakers take aim at violent crime in Indianapolis

The bills address issues such as electronic monitoring and when someone can be released on bail. → Read More

Pharmacies facing supply chain issues with filling prescriptions

Across the country, people have reported issues filling not just insulin but other medications and medical supplies as well. → Read More

Indiana man recounts his own brush with death as a missionary in Haiti

Rex Byers and three other missionaries from Kokomo were shot by bandits that tried to break into the building where they were sleeping, outside Port-au-Prince. → Read More

Future plans could include complete transformation of City Market

The estimated price of a complete transformation would be somewhere between $22 million and $34 million. → Read More

Police stepping up enforcement in school zones after student struck and killed

Police said they issued nearly 400 tickets last week in school zones. → Read More

Black bear sightings on the rise in Indiana

Experts say neighboring states have made changes to protect and preserve their forests, so black bear populations have grown recently. → Read More

For young burn victims, visit to Carmel spa is about more than just a manicure, facial

All of the teens are survivors, and the spa visit is intended to help them love the skin they're in. → Read More

Purdue tight on housing space with 10,000 freshman ready to begin classes

Purdue said they have purchased 500 additional beds and other furniture to help accommodate the large class. → Read More

RV 'Airbnbs' turning into big business ahead of pandemic's second summer

Don't want to buy an RV? People are now using an online Airbnb-style website to rent RVs for summer road trips. → Read More

City orders long-time Broad Ripple caboose removed from property

According to Indy Parks, the city owns the land under the caboose and terminated the lease in 2015. → Read More

Projects put on hold as lumber prices soar

Home builders say the average cost of a new home has increased by $36,000 because of higher lumber costs. → Read More