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  • Fishers gets revenge on Zionsville

    A chance for the school's first outright Hoosier Crossroads Conference championship ended at the hands of Zionsville a season ago, but Rick Wimmer's team wouldn't let it happen again. This time his Fishers team kept itself in the title hunt by beating...
  • Manufacturer of heartworm drug announces medication shortage

    Manufacturer of heartworm drug announces medication shortage
    A potential canine killer is getting harder to fight. Heartworm is a parasitic virus, and there only one manufacturer with a drug to treat advanced stages. However, that drug maker has a problem that is keeping the medicine off vets' shelves. Heartworm...
  • Suspect leads police on high speed chase

    Suspect leads police on high speed chase
    Updated: A high speed chase that lasted nearly an hour ended Sunday evening. The chase started near the 138 mile marker on 65 southbound, in Boone County around 4:45 Sunday afternoon. Police tried to initiate a traffic stop and the driver took off....
  • IU safety a concern as students head back after Spierer's disappearance

    IU safety a concern as students head back after Spierer's disappearance
    Indiana University students are arriving in Bloomington Wednesday for move-in day.   As thousands of students start returning for the fall semester, safety is a concern after an IU student disappeared in June.  Missing student Lauren Spierer is on many...
  • Hurricane Irene already wreaking havoc on air travel

    Hurricane Irene already wreaking havoc on air travel
    Hurricane Irene hasn't made landfall yet and it's already wreaking havoc on air travel along the East Coast. Many airlines have already begun cutting flights planned for the weekend. Almost all of the major carriers are also offering to waive fees for...
  • Hamilton Southeastern picks, then runs past Fishers

    Hamilton Southeastern picks, then runs past Fishers
    The biggest news before the game was the traffic. How to get people around and through the Fishers High School area was a paramount concern for officials before the Tigers' much anticipated showdown with county rival Hamilton Southeastern. In the end,...
  • Football Friday Night game plan - Week 3

    Football Friday Night game plan - Week 3
    Week 3 of the high school football season is hot, literally. With temps reaching double digits and a heat advisory in affect for Marion county a number of games have been pushed back. Decatur Central at Whiteland, Plainfield at Mooresville, Sheridan at...
  • Pain at the pump hurting small businesses' bottom line

    Pain at the pump hurting small businesses' bottom line
    The pain at the pump was a little better Thursday, but Hoosiers are still feeling the pinch. Average gas prices around the US fell by a penny Thursday. The national average stands about $3.52. In Indiana, prices range from $3.27 in Franklin to about $3....
  • Zionsville's bats knock off Cathedral 10-5

    Zionsville's bats knock off Cathedral 10-5
    Heading into Tuesday afternoon's competition with Cathedral, the Zionsville Eagles knew they were going to face the state of Indiana's top pitcher in Fighting Irish Senior Dillon Peters. Where most opponents might be intimidated, the Eagles took a...
  • Royals conference opener a hit against Zionsville

    Royals conference opener a hit against Zionsville
    In a game where everything could have possibly gone right for the Hamilton Southeastern Royals (5-1), the exact opposite took place for the Zionsville Eagles (2-2). And if they had it their way, the Royals wish every Hoosier Crossroads Conference...
  • P.E. cuts shift activity from gym to classroom

    P.E. cuts shift activity from gym to classroom
    Zionsville School Corporation recently decided to cut physical education classes for elementary students in order to make up for reduced state education funding and a failed referendum. Now, it is one of many school systems trying to determine how to...