INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A holiday tradition is back on. This year's 4th of Julyfireworks display in downtown Indianapolis is no longer injeopardy.
24 hour news 8 has learned that funding has been secured forthis year's event.
Regions Bank had been looking for additional money to put onthe 4th of July fireworks.
Clear Channel radio and WISH-TV have pledged their supportfor this year.
Right now, it's not known who else jumped on board to savethis year's show.
It's still not clear what the long term future is for thisevent.
More details on this year's 4th of July downtown fireworks willbe released soon.
A one-mile stretch of State Road 135 was closed Friday as firefighters battled a house fire, according to the Johnson County Sheriff's Office.
The Indiana Sports Corporation unveiled the logo for the 2015 NCAA Men's Final Four on Friday morning.
Hundreds of students at IPS School 46 received special gifts on Friday from Kroger and Pacers Sports.