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Hidden Cash Indy Benefactor Revealed
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We now know that the Hidden Cash Indy benefactor is Kyle Smelser, a radio DJ at 100.9. He revealed himself this morning on the radio. He gave away more than $3,000 dollars by leaving money around town, then posting clues on Twitter.

Indianapolis Firefighters had a busy morning, responding to three fires all within 15 minutes. First they were called to the far Southeast side, at about 5:30am, to put out a fire at a home on Shelbyville Road around Maze Road. That fire did very little damage and no one was hurt. Just over 10 minutes later, they got the call that there was a fire at an apartment complex just north of the Castleton Square Mall. This was on Woods Edge East Drive. The fire appears to have been contained to the back of one unit and no one was hurt in that fire either. And finally, three minutes after that fire, another fire call came in from the East side, at 24th and Webster. This was the fire that did the most damage. But no injuries were reported there either. Fire investigators say that fire was the work of the arsonist.

A special day ahead for the Colts organization. A fan favorite is coming back to Indy to end his career as a Colts. After 11 seasons, tight end Dallas Clark leave the NFL the same way he came in, as an Indianapolis Colt. The team's all-time receptions leaders at the tight end position is retiring. The Colts will hold a ceremony this morning to welcome Clark back into the colts family before he officially calls it quits. For more on Clark's Legacy as a Colt, click this link.

Today, you can hang out with the Pacers' George Hill. Hill said on Twitter yesterday that he wants fans to meet him outside Bankers Life Fieldhouse this morning for a bike ride. Hill posted a picture of himself with one of the Pacers Bike Share Bikes. He says for a free one-hour rental use promo Code 3333 at any bike share station this morning. Bikers will ride through the Indy Cultural Trail starting at 11:00am.

Look for heat and humidity to return to Central Indiana today. After hitting 88 degrees yesterday, it looks like a good bet that we will break the 90 degree mark, topping out at 91. A front is stalled to the north of Indy this morning and thunderstorms are breaking out around that front. Later today and especially tonight, we could see scattered thunderstorms.   Click here for Chuck's full forecast.