Simon Property Group is hiring for three Indianapolis area malls. They are hiring both full-time and part-time employees for the holiday season. Today and tomorrow, on-site interviews will take place in Greenwood Park Mall, Castleton Square Mall and Fashion Mall at Keystone. Old Navy, Victoria’s Secret, and Lego are some of the stores hiring in […]
A Pacers-themed restaurant is now open at the Indianapolis International Airport. The Indiana Pacers Courtside Club Restaurant opened in the Civic Plaza toward the main entrance of the airport Tuesday. It has not only Pacers-themed food but also arcade basketball games. Airport officials are expecting it to become a popular full-service dining option.
An Anderson woman is accused of embezzling nearly a million dollars while working for the Anderson Community School Corporation. Sixty-two-year-old Carla Burke is charged with wire fraud and five counts of falsifying tax returns. The alleged embezzlement occurred while Burke worked as a bookkeeper for ACSC between January 1st, 2014 and June 30th, 2019. Burke […]
Indiana’s near-total ban on abortion remains on hold after a decision from the Indiana Supreme Court. They rejected a request from Attorney General Todd Rokita asking for an injunction blocking the law’s enforcement to be lifted. The injunction was issued by a special judge in Owen County on September 15th. The Indiana Supreme Court will […]
With Halloween only a few weeks away, haunted houses are a hot commodity in Indianapolis. But before they become one, they first have to be inspected by the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. For the past 30 years, the IDHS has inspected haunted houses to take precautionary measures for potential safety issues. According to […]
Fishers city council passes 1% food and beverage tax, Marion county public health department offering flu shots and Biden has a promise to Puerto Rico, WICR’s Jenny Moreno has today’s Spanish information update.
Fort Wayne mayor pleads guilty in a drunk driving crash, a father is sentenced in starvation death for his own sun and Hurricane Julia makes landfall in Nicaragua, WICR’s Frankie Cardenas has today’s Spanish information update.
An Anderson man’s shooting death is under investigation, three people are banned from the Greenwood Park Mall for carrying guns and Uvalde’s superintendent retires, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s Spanish information update.
President Biden pardons all prior federal marijuana offenses, a man is dead after a shooting on the West side of Indianapolis and a visitation is scheduled for the student killed on the Purdue campus, WICR’s Reid Bello has today’s information update.
The Purdue University murder case is still under investigation, three people face charges after a drug bust in a Connersville home and 18 people were killed in a small Mexican town, including the mayor, WICR’s Leticia Vaselli has today’s Spanish information update.