The performance was held in the auditorium, where the students danced in-sync for 13 minutes with the lights off to the 1983 hit song.
Halloween fun isn’t just for the kids. Central Indiana dog lovers shared photos of their K9 all dressed up.
Chief Hite encouraged parents to pay attention to social media and watch for bullying.
This was the first of two exhibition games that was a good chance for coach Chris Holtmann to see what he has after graduating three seniors…
Officials say more than 65,000 Indiana students took dual-credit courses last school year.
The deadly incident happened just before 4:30 a.m. near mile marker 104 I-74 eastbound.
Temperatures today will be cool, only topping out in the mid 50’s with gusty winds at times.
The child has been found and has returned, has been reunited with his family.
Dick Wolfsie recently stopped by to get an up close look at what it takes to put on the show.
The victim’s injury is thought to be non-life threatening.
Halloween is also a great time to revisit a favorite horror film or other Halloween-themed film.
Emergency crews were called to the intersection of 32nd Street and N. Arlington Avenue around 11 p.m.
Police are still looking into the case and so far no arrests have been made.
Pastor Robert Malone said the community is desperate for a community center.