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Supporters of pre-K like to talk about research showing the benefits of early childhood education. But an education researcher from IU says Indiana likely won't offer the same type of preschool used in such research. Last week, Mayor Greg Ballard signed into law a preschool...
Governor Pence's trip to Israel later this month will combine the public and personal -- and maybe the political. Governor Pence has scheduled three days of trade meetings, with a particular focus on Israeli aerospace companies. At $57 million, Israel isn't among the top 25...
UPDATE: Police have identified the suspect as 42 year old Damon Moore of Indianapolis. Further investigation also determined that he did gain entrance to the apartment on Sherman Forest Drive where he assaulted a resident. ********** It was a tumultuous night on the city's...
IMPD is investigating a fatal shooting Friday night on the city's near northeast side. Officers were called to a home in the 1800 block of Roosevelt Avenue and found an unresponsive 20-year-old woman suffering from at least one gunshot wound. She was pronounced dead at the scene...
IMPD Missing Persons detectives are asking for the public's help in locating a missing man. Sam Somostrada, 31, was last seen Thursday after leaving his job at Angie's List. He is described as an Asian man, 5'6" and 155 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He drives a black,...
(photo courtesy IFD) Indianapolis firefighters battled a fire at a historic abandoned home on the city's west side Friday afternoon. Crews were called to the home in the 2200 block of West 16th Street around 4:45 and found heavy fire and smoke showing from the home. The fire was...
A preliminary report Friday from the Lake County Major Crimes Unit about Tuesday's fatal police-action shooting at Lake Station City Hall shows that the three officers were justified in using deadly force, and that their actions may have prevented other catastrophic events from...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard vetoed a City-County Council proposal requiring council approval before discharging firearms inside city parks. The proposal was the result of the city's Parks and Recreation Board allowing deer culls at Eagle Creek Park to deal with the...
Come April, the Indianapolis Museum of Art will begin charging $18 for adult admission and $10 for children ages 6 to 17. Museum Director and CEO Dr. Charles Venable says the museum board of governors unanimously approved the move Thursday. Venable says the action was necessary...