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INDIANAPOLIS -- There's a new big man on campus -- and he has four legs. The University of Indianapolis introduced its new live greyhound mascot on Wednesday morning. 🐾 We're so excited to welcome the newest Greyhound to the #UIndy pack! Learn more about the live mascot program...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Fighting crime and reducing violence is the goal of the Indianapolis OneCOP initiative. That initiative just received a $1 million grant to help fight crime in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's Southwest District. The grant is from the U.S...
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STATEWIDE --Bladder cancer affected over 1,600 Hoosiers last year. You're being warned on Bladder Health Awareness Month, to watch out for the symptoms. "The most common sign is blood in the urine," said Dr. Rena Malik, assistant professor, and director of Female Pelvic Medicine...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -Eli Lilly and Company is investing $400 million in its manufacturing facilities at its Lilly Technology Center campus in Indianapolis. The company is also creating nearly 100 new jobs. In an announcement Wednesday, Eli Lilly company leaders said they were...
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MIAMI, Florida -- An Indiana family is grieving after a man from Brownsburg fell to his death off a Carnival Cruise ship in Miami last Friday. Investigators say Brian Rice, a husband and father, was vacationing with his wife on a Carnival Cruise in the Caribbean. They say he...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — On Tuesday, Southwest Airlines shared the story of two employees who met and fell in love at the Indianapolis airport. The post went viral on social media, because who doesn’t appreciate a good "LUV" story around the holidays? Southwest Airlines is listed...
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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...