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INDIANAPOLIS -- Red Line buses will periodically use regular traffic lanes on College Avenue as crews remove and replace bus lane medians deemed “unstable” and “ineffective” by IndyGo. Construction will occur in phases over 4 to 6 weeks beginning the week of Nov. 19. The rubber...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A developer is suing the city of Indianapolis accusing them of breaching their contract by trying to use eminent domain to take back the old GM Stamping Plant property downtown. Ambrose had originally planned to redevelop the 100-acre site into the $1.4 billion...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Three adults hurt in Indianapolis when a group of people had met up for a fistfight and it turned into a shooting. IMPD Officer Genae Cook says the adults had agreed to meet up in Indy's Old Southside neighborhood for a good old-fashioned scrap -- no guns. Except...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) -House Speaker Brian Bosma will step down after one last legislative session. Bosma says he's been thinking about retirement for a couple of years, and began talking with his inner circle in the House about it a year ago. He says he made a final decision two...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --Fifty CBD manufacturers have been warned by the FDA to stop making false promises about what their product can do for people. You're being warned that CBD products may not contain what's on the label or may even be dangerous. "We really are warning Indiana...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis has a new monument. The "Living Monument" -- made of Indiana limestone from Bloomington -- was placed on the east end of the circle Tuesday morning. It's a first-of-its-kind monument, that allows veterans to be a part of...
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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Six people have been taken into custody following a narcotics investigation of a residence in Columbus, according to the Columbus Police Department. The department said officers conducted a traffic stop of 32-year-old Elizabeth Burton in the area of 7th Street...
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KOKOMO, Ind. -- Police in Kokomo are looking for the person who shot at a convenience store clerk Tuesday morning during an attempted robbery. The clerk says a man walked into the Qwik Stop on Markland Ave. just before 3 a.m. and demanded cash from the register. The man fired a...
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ALEXANDRIA, Ind. (WISH) -- Dental records were used to identify a Richmond man who died in a house fire in Alexandria. The Madison County Coroner’s Office identified the victim as 34-year-old Tyler Hayes. Hayes died in a house fire on Nov. 14. The coroner’s office said the cause...