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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Public Schools is moving ahead with a plan to ask Indy homeowners to agree to a tax hike to support city schools. The capital referendum now will allow the district to raise $52 million for school safety projects and maintenance instead of the $200...
INDIANAPOLIS- - A pregnant woman and her little boy are okay after they both nearly drowned yesterday in Indianapolis. Investigators say the woman, who is six months pregnant, was walking with her three-year-old son around the pool at the Brentwood Apartments. That is not far...
INDIANAPOLIS- - A CrossFit corporate leader has been fired for offering support for a decision by an Indy Crossfit gym to cancel a pride-themed workout this week. The name of that gym is CrossFit Infiltrate. CrossFit's Chief Knowledge Officer Russell Berger tweeted early...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A new city agency is Indy’s latest idea for turning back violent crime. Mayor Joe Hogsett announced plans for a Community Violence Reduction office in December. Six months later, he's announced its first director. Shonna Majors will oversee a $300,000-a-year...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - As school starts to let out, Indiana’s summer school lunch program is revving up. The U.S. Department of Agriculture began funding the Summer Food Service Program 40 years ago, to ensure kids who rely on the school lunch program don't go without nutritious meals...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office announced the suspect in the Noblesville school shooting will be tried as a juvenile, one of Indiana's top lawmakers said he will be reviewing possible changes to the criminal code. The suspect in the shooting on May...
FRANKLIN, Ind. — A construction worker was beaten in Franklin after telling a driver to slow down in a work zone. The worker was helping to pour concrete on Acorn Boulevard Monday morning when he and another worker were nearly hit by a speeding white car, reports The Daily...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- A Kokomo mother has been charged after two children in her care tested positive for meth. An officer with the Kokomo Police Department responded to a DCS call after Angel Cooper kept rescheduling doctor's appointments, then not showing up to the new times. The...
BEDFORD, Ind. -- A Bedford fast food worker might have exposed customers to hepatitis A, according to the Lawrence County Health Department. County health officials say that an employee at the Burger King at 2601 16th Street came in to work ill several times during the last two...