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INDIANAPOLIS -- Roncalli High School has posted a job opening and the guidance counselor who was suspended for her same-sex marriage says the opening is for her job. Shelly Fitzgerald, who has worked at the Catholic school for 15 years, said she did not resign but she "can...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Police are investigating the death of an Indianapolis man reported missing in September. The Marion County Coroner's Office confirmed Friday that 30-year-old Andrew Farr had been found deceased. The cause and manner of death were pending from the coroner's office...
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ALBANY, Ind. -- A grandmother and grandfather face felony neglect charges after police say they overdosed and had to be revived while they were supposed to be caring for two of their grandchildren. James Young, 41, and Riley Young, 44, were arrested early Thursday morning. In...
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SPEEDWAY, Ind.- -The Indianapolis Motor Speedway becomes an actual airport for the Red Bull Air Race, which is both Saturday and Sunday. You will be able to see planes that look like they are coming right at you when they race at eye level with people in the stands. "We have to...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- Unemployment nationwide is the lowest it's been in 49 years, but Ball State economist Dr. Michael Hicks said Friday it's not necessarily for a good reason. "Yes, I am happy that unemployment is the lowest it's been since I was a lad," Hicks said. "The fact that...
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STATEWIDE -- Last week the federal reserve decided to increase interest rates by just a quarter of a percent. The benchmark interest rate now sits at 2.25-percent. If you aren't familiar with what the federal reserve does, it regulates the banking industry in order to keep...
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GREENWOOD, Ind. -- Some people working for the city of Greenwood will see bigger paychecks in 2019. Firefighters, police officers, and street workers are among more than 250 city employees who will see a 5% pay increase next year, says The Daily Journal newspaper. The city clerk...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Believe it or not, a new exhibit is opening at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis on October 6. 'The Science of Ripley's Believe It or Not!' celebrates the 100th anniversary of Robert Ripley's 'Believe It or Not!', which showcases events and items that are...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --The Farm Bill expired Sept. 30 . That leaves Hoosier farmers without some protections, and without a bill that regulates pricing and even programs like SNAP, or food stamps. Though the programs are still functioning for now, if a farm bill is not passed soon,...