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INDIANAPOLIS- IMPD are asking for your help in identifying a bank robber. Police say the robbery happened shortly before noon Friday at the PNC Bank on East 86th Street, in the Nora area. The suspect is a black male, early to mid-20s, with an athletic build, and wearing glasses...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - 75,000 out-of-state students go to college in Indiana. The state's getting ready to launch a new program to keep them here. Starting this spring, IU, Purdue, Ball State and six Ivy Tech campuses will begin reaching out to out-of-state freshmen, encouraging them...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Red kettles and bell ringers are popular this time of the year. They're important to The Salvation Army as well -- 1/3 of their annual budget comes from the donations received during their Red Kettle fundraiser. "Without Christmas, there is no Salvation Army...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. --It's not the 12 Days of Christmas, but rather the "12 Sparkys of Christmas." The Noblesville Fire Department is teaming up with the Humane Society for Hamilton County to find new homes for dogs. You'll probably be seeing photos of the dogs on your social...
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PLAINFIELD, Ind. — A red Salvation Army kettle was stolen Wednesday at a store at The Shops at Perry Crossing. The kettle was outside JCPenney at 2611 E. Main St. The kettle and its metal stand were taken some time from 5:15-6 p.m. Wednesday. The kettle had been manned outside...
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PENDLETON, Ind. -- A vote has been postponed on a controversial ordinance in Pendleton that would retroactively ban marijuana in the Madison County town. The town was poised to become the first town in the state to preemptively ban recreational pot within city limits in...
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WHITESTOWN, Ind. -- Helping first responders get the same treatment as professional athletes, is the goal of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi. In his post-football career, Sorgi has started a business with former St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Joey Vandever in which...
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Prescription drugs cost too much. Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-Ind.), says Democrats and Republicans agree on that. But, he voted against a bill called the Liwer Drug Costs Now Act. That plan was written by Democrats and Bucshon, who’s a medical doctor, calls it Soviet...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Dept. of Health confirmed late Thursday afternoon a fifth Hoosier has died from a vaping-related lung injury. 56 total people in Indiana have been confirmed to have a lung injury due to vaping. The CDC says that's one of the highest rates in the...