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INDIANAPOLIS -- Negative comments about the Indy Ten Point Coalition on social media is why two city employees have been suspended. Gregory Meriweather works for IMPD to help empower communities and collaborate with groups, like Ten Point, to reduce violence in Indianapolis...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --You probably have a smart phone that's connected to the internet. You probably check your e-mail and conduct other business on that phone or device. But, some people in Indiana don't have access to broadband internet, and that could keep them behind. The...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Another elephant at the Indianapolis Zoo has tested positive for a deadly virus. 13-year-old African elephant Kedar has the virus called Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus (EEHV), which causes a fatal disease in elephants. The zoo says they conducted a blood...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Big changes to Indiana's gambling landscape are now law, but things won't change right away. The law allows live dealers at racetrack casinos, but not until January, 14 months sooner than previously scheduled. The law authorizes a casino in Terre Haute, but Vigo...
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SPEEDWAY, Ind. -- The IndyCar Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course is this weekend. Last year's Grand Prix winner, Will Power, says he loves coming to Indy in the month of May. "It's a great, fun month," Power said. "It showcases what IndyCar is all about."...
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STATEWIDE -- The weather is warming up in Indiana, meaning you can finally turn up the radio and roll down the windows in your car when you're out on the road. But, remember that with the warming weather you also need to be aware of more motorcycles on the road. "Pretty much...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Postal Service is collecting food donations this weekend. Saturday is the post office's annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive. The Postal Service boasts it's the largest single-day food drive in the nation -- it's collected an average of 30,000 tons of food a...
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INDIANAPOLIS --When Alihan Gurleyen returns to Turkey from Indianapolis, he'll ask his high school principal what it would take for the school to have a gym and to teach music classes. Before his arrival in the U.S. nine months ago, he had only learned math and science in school...
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FRANKLIN, Ind.- -Concerns over cancer-causing toxins in Franklin were addressed at a listening session with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Wednesday night. The EPA is looking into how it handled notifying people about potential health risks in the community. It is...