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INDIANAPOLIS -- One man has died and another man was critically injured after a shooting on the city's near-west side, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said. The shooting happened in the 1200 block of North Sheffield Avenue just before 3:15 p.m. Thursday. IMPD Deputy...
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INDIANAPOLIS --The remains of a World War II veteran were returned to Indianapolis Thursday afternoon. They were brought back on Delta Flight 2281 from Atlanta around 6 pm. Army Pfc. Marvin E. Dickson, 19, of Indianapolis was killed during World War II. He wasn't accounted for...
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STATEWIDE -- There is some cause for concern about the future of Indiana's economy, according to the Indian Chamber of Commerce. The chamber Thursday released its biennial Indiana Vision 2025 Report Card this week and president and CEO Kevin Brinegar said the number shows some...
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LEBANON, Ind. -- One person has died after a motorcycle crash west of Lebanon Thursday night, the Boone County Sheriff's Office said. The crash happened on State Road 32 near 50 North in Boone County around 9:15 p.m. Thursday. That's west of Lebanon. Boone County Sheriff Mike...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - LGBT history in Indianapolis will get formal recognition in the city's next historic preservation plan. The Indiana Landmarks foundation identified 104 spots with historical significance to the gay and lesbian experience in Indianapolis, from the Outward Bound...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- A downtown post office could be renamed to honor former Indianapolis mayor and U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar. Lugar died April 28 at age 87. A group of Indiana lawmakers on Thursday introduced legislation to rename the Circle City Post Office at 456 N...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- Fewer American workers are having to have a second job. That's according to Ball State University Economics professor Michael Hicks. "The number of people that are multiple job holders, that actually report having more than one job, is about four-million people...
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FAIR OAKS, Ind. --You can always end up with bad people in your organization, said Fair Oaks Farms founder Dr. Mike McClosky in a seven-minute video update Thursday. He was responding to a video released Tuesday, that showed four employees and a fifth person abusing cows and...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Republican nominee for mayor Jim Merritt won't walk in Saturday's Indy Pride gay-rights parade after all. Organizers had declared Merritt shouldn't take part in the parade because of a Senate voting record they say is anti-gay. On Tuesday, Merritt said Indy...