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INDIANAPOLIS -- A mother of four will become the first African-American woman to serve as postmaster of Indianapolis. The Postal Service made that announcement Thursday. Christi Johnson-Kennedy started working with the Postal Service 18 years ago as a mail handler in the...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Two days after Election Day, there are still no results from Porter County. State Democratic Chairman John Zody says it's unacceptable there were still no results two days after Hoosiers voted. He accuses Republican Clerk Karen Martin of making multiple mistakes...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The head volleyball coach at Indianapolis University Purdue University-Indianapolis has been fired after he was charged with a count of possession of child pornography, according to court documents and the university. Steven Payne, 54, was listed as an inmate at...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Less than a month after the death of a male lion named Nyack, the staff at the Indianapolis Zoo are mourning the loss of another animal in their care. Kim, a 39-year-old Bornean orangutan, died on Tuesday, the zoo announced Wednesday. Her death leaves her 3-year-...
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TAYLORSVILLE, Ind. -- An 8-year-old student from Taylorsville Elementary School in Bartholomew County is suspended for showing a "hit list" to another student on the school bus. The incident happened after classes on Wednesday, the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation...
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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. -- 120 people arrested in the biggest drug bust in the history of Johnson County. Prosecutor Bradley Cooper said over 200 officers from over a dozen law enforcement agencies, both within and outside the county, started raiding several locations throughout...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - They lost a Senate seat they badly wanted to hold, but Indiana Democrats say the election news wasn't all bad for them. State Chairman John Zody acknowledges he's disappointed at Joe Donnelly's loss to Republican Senator-elect Mike Braun. He says Democrats...
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FRANKLIN, Ind. -- To honor the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, the Historic Artcraft Theatre in downtown Franklin is showing the 1930 classic film All Quiet on the Western Front . The Historic Artcraft Theatre at 57 N. Main Street, just north of the Johnson County...
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STATE WIDE- -It's getting cold in Indiana and a temptation could be to stay inside and use the cold as an excuse not to be active. That might not be the best idea, says Courtney McCormick, a dietician and expert on diabetes. Over one in five Hoosiers has diabetes and nearly one...