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INDIANAPOLIS --If you have a pothole on your street and you haven't reported it already, you might want to go ahead and do it. It just might gets fixed this weekend. Dept. of Public Works crews will be out today, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, trying to fix as many potholes as...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Parents within the Indianapolis Public Schools district expressed concern about the possible closures of three of its seven high schools Thursday. The school district added additional community meetings around the city where students, staff and parents could give...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis police have arrested two teens accused of throwing rocks at vehicles from off a railroad overpass on the south side. IMPD officers were dispatched at least eight times between 1-4 p.m. on Monday for reports of vehicles struck by rocks in the 1500...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A 3-year-old boy is fighting for his life after being found in a retention pond last night. It happened just before midnight at the Brandywine Apartments near 86th Street and Ditch Road on Indy's north side. Officers with Indianapolis Metropolitan Police...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A steady paycheck is not the only thing Marsh employees will lose when their stores close. Kim Price, 54, has worked at the Marsh on Kentucky Avenue and Mann Road for 11 years. When the store closes on May 21, she'll have no job, no severance package, and no...
A so-called "living wage" ordinance introduced by City-County Council Democrats faces opposition from Democratic Mayor Joe Hogsett. Council Democrats will hold a hearing in two weeks on their proposal to require government employees be paid at least $13 an hour. They say raising...
INDIANAPOLIS -- In another blow to the supermarket chain, Marsh has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to a news release, the 44 remaining locations will continue as normal throughout the bankruptcy process. "While today's decision was extremely difficult, we believe...
INDIANAPOLIS --A new mixture of heroin, carfentanil and other drugs is so potent that it could kill a person just by touching it. It's called "gray death" and police have treated at least one overdose on it in Indiana. It gets its name from its color, which is that of concrete...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two red crosses were placed onto a south side church’s lawn in April 2016 to represent the number of drug overdoses in the Indianapolis community. As of May 2017, church members counted 357. Crosses on the lawn, near Meridian Street and Arizona Street, shows the...