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INDIANAPOLIS - - Indianapolis police are looking for a woman who they say threw her own feces at an employee of an east side Menards Tuesday. According to an incident report filed in the case, IMPD officers were dispatched to the Menards location at 7701 E. 42nd Street near...
INDIANAPOLIS- -An apartment fire on the city's northeast side has left 17 people without a home. The Indianapolis Fire Department says fire crews were sent to 6835 Brendon Way North Drive just after 1 am Friday morning. When they got there, they witnessed fire coming from both...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The streets of Indianapolis are broken, crumbling, pockmarked things that are ravaged by decades of neglect and weakened by aging infrastructure. And, there may be little relief in sight. A new city analysis says the cost of upgrading Indy's 8,100 miles of street...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators say they've solved part of the mystery of how enrollment in Indiana schools has jumped by more than two-thousand students. The loophole which allowed it to happen could be plugged soon. State law allows parents of four-year-olds to ask school...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The elimination of school boards in Gary and Muncie is looking more likely. The discussion at the statehouse is shifting to the terms of the takeover. The bill giving Ball State control of the Muncie schools also frees the university from several state...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A senior who was getting ready to attend the University of Indianapolis was among those killed in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Nicholas Dworet was set to become a swimmer with UIndy this fall, according to the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The dog food you have in your pantry could contain a drug used to euthanize animals. Smucker's is recalling cans of Kibbles 'N Bits, Gravy Train, and Ol' Roy after some of them tested positive for pentobarbital. Retailers nationwide, including Walmart, have...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you have children or grandchildren in school, you may be concerned about their safety after the shooting Wednesday by a 19-year-old accused of killing at least 17 at a high school in South Florida. Indianapolis gun rights attorney Guy Relford, the host of "The...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- It's time to move on. That's the sentiment shared by both Fort Wayne City Clerk Lana Keesling and Mayor Tom Henry over their argument about a parking ticket that led to Keesling accusing Henry of bullying and retaliation, and releasing a recording of a...