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Santa caught cruising on I-70 in Jeep13s

Santa caught cruising on I-70 in Jeep

When there's no snow this close to Christmas, Santa Claus has to improvise to get around Indianapolis.  Viewer Amanda Willis captured Santa cruising down I-70 in his Jeep with the top down near downtown Indianapolis.  The video has been viewed by more than 300,000 people and shared more than 7,000 times on Willis' page and "Santa" has been identified as Tristan Ogden from Fishers.

WRTV
Published: December 17, 2017
Santa caught cruising on I-70 in Jeep13s

Santa caught cruising on I-70 in Jeep

When there's no snow this close to Christmas, Santa Claus has to improvise to get around Indianapolis.  Viewer Amanda Willis captured Santa cruising down I-70 in his Jeep with the top down near downtown Indianapolis.  The video has been viewed by more than 300,000 people and shared more than 7,000 times on Willis' page and "Santa" has been identified as Tristan Ogden from Fishers.

WRTV
Published: December 17, 2017
Sunday Showers1m46s

Sunday Showers

Showers arrive Sunday afternoon but mild weather continues into next week.

WRTV
Published: December 17, 2017
California Firefighters Battle Expanding Thomas Fire19s

California Firefighters Battle Expanding Thomas Fire

California’s Thomas fire continued to grow on Sunday morning, December 17, despite firefighters’ successful efforts to prevent homes along the coastline of Santa Barbara county from being destroyed, the LA Times reported. The third-largest fire in the state’s history had been fueled by strong Santa Ana winds, scorching 269,000 acres from Santa Barbara to Ventura. Early Sunday, authorities tweeted the blaze was 40 percent contained. Credit: Twitter/CALFIRE TCU via Storyful

Driver crashes in deputy vehicle54s

Driver crashes in deputy vehicle

A young driver crashed into an Ada County deputy vehicle on the side of the interstate early Saturday morning leaving both cars seriously damaged.

KIVI
Published: December 17, 2017
Passengers Wait in Darkness During Power Outage at Atlanta Airport1m00s

Passengers Wait in Darkness During Power Outage at Atlanta Airport

A power outage at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport left passengers stranded on Sunday, December 17. The airport, deemed the world’s busiest according to Airports Council International, was plunged into darkness due to a possible electrical issue at a Georgia substation, airport officials told NBC. At least 100 jets were parked on taxiways at one point, Atlanta-based WXIA-TV reported. The Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop for flights to Atlanta and inbound flights were diverted to other airports. Airport officials were working with Georgia Power to investigate the cause of the outage. This video, taken by a man bound for New York, shows the scene at the airport on Sunday. Credit: Instagram/ledmob_real via Storyful