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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...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- "Red flag laws have been extremely effective in Indiana." The words of Indiana Congresswoman Susan Brooks. She is back in Indiana talking with constituents about the gun debate that is front and center in Washington. Brooks has re-introduced the Jake Laird law in...
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PORTAGE, Ind. -- Several Indiana beaches along Lake Michigan are closed after a chemical spill that killed fish in the Little Calumet River. The National Park Service on Thursday closed Riverwalk beach and Portage Lakefront at Indiana Dunes National Park, as well as waters out...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- All students kindergarten through 12th grade will be able to have free lunches for the next four years at Warren Township Schools on the east side of Indianapolis. There are more than 12,000 students who go to school in Warren Township. Dr. Tim Hanson, Warren...
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LAWRENCE, Ind. (WISH) — Lawrence police officers and firefighters are teaming up to provide an eye in the sky during emergency situations. The departments are working together to create a new unmanned aerial vehicle program. The UAVs will be used during emergency events like a...