Randy headed down to Santa Claus, Indiana to see what holly jolly things they have in store.
Jane King was on Daybreak Thursday morning with these and other local and national business headlines.
7-year-old Sutton Smith signed with the Radford University baseball team.
Officials at the national NCAA headquarters said in a statement they’re “proud” to join the group Indiana Competes
The agency also encourages residents to report suspicious activity to local law enforcement authorities.
Company co-founder and RoboDesk developer Brad Duerstock is a Purdue associate professor of engineering practice.
The feature allows users to stay in one app, instead of having to switch apps to get a ride.
It’s the latest products in its “flip” series.
Bradley Gerbick and his brother James Cecil started a group called the Indiana Cosplay Association.
It happened in the 3400 block of Ralston Avenue just after midnight Thursday.
The threats made toward the schools caused administrators to close Thursday.
Some Red Bull Air Races happen over water or race tracks that don’t border homes.
The plaque commemorates the Simon family’s contributions to the City of Indianapolis.
The girl is a student in the Alexandria district and was using her school issued iPad for the communication.
The two former Purdue divers are ready to give the national team one of those precious five spots still open for the Olympics.
Police say the teen was last seen wearing a blue-hooded sweatshirt and black Nike shoes.
It happened in the 4200 block of South East Street in the parking lot of Kroger before 8 p.m.