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Get one of 13 FREE Powerball tickets from WTHR

We're going to help you get one step closer to winning $700 million. → Read More

Grab that elastic waistband, Devour Indy is back!

More than 200 restaurants in Indianapolis will offer discounted three-course meals. You don't need a coupon or ticket to try them out. → Read More

Eat your way through the Indiana State Fair on the final $2 Tuesday

All day admission is $2 and midway rides are $2 each. All food vendors will offer a $2 special, too! → Read More

Back at it: Indy BackPack Attack helps kids get the school supplies they need

BackPack Attack has been providing school supplies for Indianapolis students since 1999. → Read More

Back to School: Maximizing precious quality time as kids go back to class

Parents know, once school starts, it is hard to squeeze in that quality family time we all love and need. → Read More

Ho to avoid scams after the storms

In most cases, phony contractors try to take advantage of emotional storm damage victims. → Read More

How to avoid scams after the storms

In most cases, phony contractors try to take advantage of emotional storm damage victims. → Read More

Animal shelters packed with runaways on 5th of July

Animal shelters are full of pets Wednesday that ran away from home during July 4 fireworks. → Read More

Ten cent gas tax increase starts off holiday travel weekend in Indiana

It will cost you 10 cents more per gallon when you fill up with regular gas. The tax on diesel fuel goes up 20 cents per gallon. → Read More

One year later: Teens who survived horrific crash reunite with trauma surgeons at Methodist

It has been one year since a van packed with five recent graduates from Bishop Chatard High School crashed in Shelby County. → Read More

Suspect in Henry County double shooting arrested in Fishers

james Brandon Smith, the suspect in a double shooting in Henry County Thursday, was arrested in Fishers early Friday morning. → Read More

Suspect dies after being shot by police after pursuit on city's northwest side

The shooting happened just before 2 a.m. Thursday near the intersection of 23rd and Aqueduct Streets on the city's northwest side. → Read More

Who got the hooch? Celebrate National Moonshine Day

Hooch, Mountain Dew, Homebrew. Whatever you call it, Monday is "National Moonshine Day." → Read More

People’s Food Summit aims to improve access to food in Indianapolis

The bankruptcy of Marsh Supermarkets will have an impact on several Central Indiana communities, especially if the company can't find a buyer by July 1st. → Read More

Channel your inner lumberjack and try ax throwing for free this weekend

Ax throwing is growing in popularity across the country, not only as a sport, but also as entertainment. → Read More

Police suspect "Felony Lane Gang" involved in Lawrence check theft

olice say the so-called "Felony Lane Gang" may be back in Indiana. → Read More

Two Hoosiers honored during National Peace Officers Memorial Service

Howard County Sheriff's Deputy Carl Koontz, along with Monroe County Jail Sergeant Bill Brand, had their named added to the National Law Enforcement Memorial this year. → Read More

Gluten-free options for Celiac Awareness Month

For some, living "gluten-free" is their only choice because they have a serious condition called Celiac Disease. May is a good time to get informed about the disease because its "Celiac Awareness Month." → Read More

Teen girl and her father stabbed during Lawrence domestic dispute

Police say the two were stabbing during an argument with the girl's mother. → Read More

Sunrise tries DIY: Naomi Pescovitz learns how to French Braid

All this week on WTHR Sunrise, we are experimenting for our own "Do It Yourself" projects. The DIY movement is growing and there are countless videos online showing ordinary people how to become experts in just about anything. → Read More