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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis candidate for mayor Jim Merritt wants the city to offer incentives to open bodegas. Merritt says he wants to see 30 bodegas across Indianapolis. That's 10 times what the city has now. The Republican state senator argues the small corner stores are...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Bankers Life Fieldhouse is getting a facelift, and that means the Indiana Fever will hit the road. The Pacers will demolish the parking garage north of the 20-year-old arena and take over the parking lots east and west of the building to create an expanded plaza...
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INDIANAPOLIS - Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School will no longer be formally recognized as a Catholic school within the Archdiocese of Indianapolis because of the school's refusal to fire a gay teacher. "Brebeuf Jesuit has respectfully declined the Archdiocese's insistence and...
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HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind . - Sandbags are available in Hamilton County to residents who want to try and keep floodwaters at bay. Hamilton County Emergency Management is distributing free sandbags at the county's "sand barn" at 1717 Pleasant Street in Noblesville. Be prepared to load...
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ELKHART, Ind . -- Mosquitoes collected in southern Elkhart County have tested positive for West Nile Virus. The mosquitoes were gathered and tested by the Indiana State Department of Health, reports The Goshen News . The Elkhart Co. Health Department said Wednesday that heavy...
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WASHINGTON- -The VA Mission Act was signed a year ago this month. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) says it's already working and will only continue to help veterans get high-quality health care when they need it. It took effect June 6, 2019. “This new program could dramatically...
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ANDERSON, Ind. -- A homeless man is accused of stealing handguns, tools, cash and jewelry from a home, then returning to ask the owner about renting the property. According to The Herald Bulletin, on May 28, a man reported to police that more than $6,000 worth of tools, TVs,...
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EVANSVILLE, Ind. --He's been arrested three times in five days. That's what the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office is saying about William Ray Martin. Two of his arrests were for child pornography. The third was for setting up a spy cam. Police say they originally arrested...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A settlement between the state of Indiana and a loan program used by ITT Tech will relieve over 600 former students of student loan debt. Attorney General Curtis Hill sued Student CU Connect, a private lender also known as CUSO, for misleading students about...