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INDIANAPOLIS—A woman was robbed, slapped and shoved into the canal in downtown Indy early Friday morning, said IMPD officers. Detectives are now looking for four people, one of whom was a woman, all in their late teens, reports our news gathering partners at WISH TV. The woman...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A man was found dead after a shooting on Indy's northwest side Friday night. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called to the 4600 block of Edwardian Circle, near Interstate 65 and Georgetown Road around 10:30 p.m. Officer Genae...
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CARMEL, Ind. — Carmel Clay Schools has told families an online assessment system used by the public school district was breached, releasing the names and dates of births of some students. Pearson Clinical Assessment reported the breach. Its website says the business has U.S...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's delegation to the World Food Championships in October has been warming up on the other side of the judges' table, at the State Fair. For the last four years, the Indiana State Department of Agriculture's Indiana Grown Initiative has invited Hoosiers to...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Metro Police are asking for help identifying the man accused of robbing a bank on Indy's northeast side. A man robbed the Indiana Members Credit Union on 82nd Street was robbed Thursday afternoon, said IMPD. No one was hurt, but the robber got away with some...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- An eyesore on the east side of Indy is no more. The city finished tearing down a building at the abandoned Towne and Terrace Condominiums on Thursday. It's one of several buildings the city owns and wants to demolish on the property located near 42nd and Post...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Vice President Mike Pence is returning to Indianapolis later this month. Pence will visit Indy on Wednesday, Aug. 28 to address attendees at the 101st National Convention of the American Legion. The American Legion is headquartered in Indianapolis. More than 9,000...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's hard line on marijuana has the backing of the national drug czar. Indiana is one of 17 states where even medical marijuana is still illegal. Director of National Drug Control Policy Jim Carroll echoes Governor Holcomb in saying it's worth researching...
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MUNCIE, Ind. --If you're hearing about a housing shortage in Indiana, that's not exactly what's happening, says Ball State Economic Prof. Michael Hicks. He said some people have left the Midwest and that has made housing available, even if it's not in the most desirable places...