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(FORT WAYNE, Ind.) - Indiana may get a turn in the Election 2020 spotlight with a presidential town hall. Neighborhood leaders say they met Monday with a team of producers from MSNBC scoping out whether it's feasible to do a new kind of town hall. Instead of putting the...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Police are looking for the man who stole a prop gun from a vendor at April's NRA Convention in Indianapolis. Indy Metro Police say the man entered the Convention Center at about 12:18 p.m. April 28 and used a knife to cut the tether securing items to a...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy is part of a national chain of protests against abortion bans passed in Alabama, Missouri, and other states. Planned Parenthood organized more than 400 "Stop the Bans" protests across the country. In Indy, about 300 people gathered outside the statehouse to...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Got Sloth? The Indianapolis Zoo does. Making their debut this Memorial Day Weekend are the two-toed sloths in the zoo's new MISTery Park. Meagan Keen, who manages the sloth and bird areas at the zoo, stood next to Quinto, a Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth, inside the...
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. --Purdue superfan and cancer activist Tyler Trent may have passed away, but his legacy lives on in many ways. His words are now permanently printed in a book called "The Upset: Life (Sports), Death...and the Legacy We Leave in the Middle." The book went on...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- You'll soon have an opportunity to see an iconic vehicle. The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile will be making a stop in Indianapolis next week. Hayley Rozman, or better known as "Habanero Hayley," and her co-driver "Ketchup Kyle" will be driving the 27-foot-long hot dog...
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CARMEL, Ind. -An emergency has been declared by the Carmel Clay School Board regarding the explosion at Carmel High School this past December. That was done at Monday night's board meeting. The emergency allows them to pay the necessary repairs. It will cost more than $2.7...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --Women have been able to vote and hold office in Indiana for 100 years. The 19th Amendment was passed in 1919, and ratified the next near. Since then, Indiana has sent several women to Congress. Republican Susan Brooks said she never felt like being a woman...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Authorities searched a pond on the city's west side in relation to the disappearance of Najah Ferrell, according to the Brown Township Fire Department. The pond behind Westlake Apartments was searched Monday afternoon with a second search set for 10 a.m...