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  • Young entrepreneurs set up 10,000 lemonade stands around Indianapolis Sunday

    Young entrepreneurs set up 10,000 lemonade stands around Indianapolis Sunday
    More than 10,000 Indianapolis children showcased their business skills Sunday during Lemonade Day. The second annual event aims to teach kids business basics through the concept of a lemonade stand. Indiana native Michael Holthouse started the event in...
  • Indiana reacts to death of Osama bin Laden

    Indiana reacts to death of Osama bin Laden
    Hoosiers woke up Monday morning to the news that Public Enemy #1 and 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden is dead. Osama bin Laden was killed Sunday by U.S. Navy Seals in a mission at a mansion in Abbotabad, Pakistan. Late Sunday night, President Obama...
  • High gas prices force drivers to seek alternatives

    High gas prices force drivers to seek alternatives
    Gas prices have gone up again, leading to more frustration for Central Indiana drivers. While the price at the pump sits at an all time high in Central Indiana, state taxes and oil companies are taking their piece of the pie and Exxon is at the top of...
  • Cell phone snapshots reveal exact location unbeknownst to most users

    Cell phone snapshots reveal exact location unbeknownst to most users
    Cell phone snap shots seem harmless but the information that is attached to that photo is now raising some flags with parents. It's fast, easy and right in your pocket. Matt Davis, like many parents, said he takes pictures on his phone. "I take pictures...
  • Farmers' Market returns to downtown Indianapolis

    Farmers' Market returns to downtown Indianapolis
    It has returned. For the 14th year the Original Farmers' Market is back in downtown Indianapolis. Organizers say the farmers' market offers Indiana products every Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., beginning May 4th through October. More than 50...
  • Adult phone hotline accidentally posted as election day helpline

    Adult phone hotline accidentally posted as election day helpline
    Hoosier voters looking for a little help on Election Day got more than they bargained for from the state's help hotline. The wrong number had been published as the Hoosier Voter Hotline. A 1-800 number was posted incorrectly in a newspaper when it...
  • Congressman Mike Pence officially announces run for governor

    Congressman Mike Pence officially announces run for governor
    Congressman Mike Pence (R-Indiana 6th District) has officially announced he plans to run for governor in 2012. Pence told supporters during a conference call Thursday morning. This announcement has long been expected, especially after Pence decided not...
  • Indiana families spending more of their income on gas than ever

    Indiana families spending more of their income on gas than ever
    Americans are spending more than twice as much on gas each month than they were two years ago, and it's consuming a much larger portion of their income. That according to a new report from CNN, and Hoosiers appear to be suffering more than most. "It's...
  • Marion County jail supervisor accused of sexual battery, misconduct, criminal confinement

    Marion County jail supervisor accused of sexual battery, misconduct, criminal confinement
    Friday afternoon, a 12-year employee with the Marion County Sheriff's Department was fired following and internal/criminal investigation. Maurice Frazier, who was a Lieutenant in the Security Section of the Jail Division, has been charged with several...
  • Indianapolis mayor announces city's largest infrastructure investment ever

    Indianapolis mayor announces city's largest infrastructure investment ever
    Thousands of people in Indianapolis may soon feel the ground shake as part of an effort to clean up the White River. It's the city's largest infrastructure project ever: a seven mile tunnel to temporarily store raw sewage and keep it from flooding into...
  • Amazon to establish third distribution center in Indiana

    Amazon to establish third distribution center in Indiana
    Amazon.com plans to bring more jobs and a third large distribution center to Indiana. The online retailer announced Monday it plans to open a 900,000 square foot fulfillment center this summer. Currently, Amazon has two centers, one in Whitestown with...
  • Mom in jail after police find guns, drugs and infant in raid

    Mom in jail after police find guns, drugs and infant in raid
    A Central Indiana woman was arrested after a raid on her Noblesville home Friday. Police said they found $22,000 worth of cocaine, several guns and her 10-day-old child. Susana Quirino Perez, 32, is now being held on a $90,000 bond and several felony...