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INDIANAPOLIS- Monument Circle will never be the same again. A light show called the Signature Salute premiered Saturday night and will continue to play every night for the next five years. Every single building at the circle had some type of light or video playing on it, telling...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Governor Eric Holcomb has signed an executive order that will ease restrictions on truck drivers delivering propane. The governor signed the order on Friday. According to the order, drivers are exempt from regulations restricting their hours of service. Holcomb...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- One person is in critical condition and four others are in the hospital after a police chase ended with a crash. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said the chase started around 5:45 p.m. on Friday and ended near Emerson and 30th Street. Police were...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Three Southport High School students were arrested Friday after an attack on another student in a school bathroom. The attack happened Friday, according to Perry Township Schools, which called school police to investigate. The three students were arrested and...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Metro police are searching for the person who crashed an SUV into a parked car and then drove into a retention pond on the city’s south side Friday night. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department responded to the incident around 11 p.m. Police say it...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- One man is dead after a single-vehicle crash on the city’s west side. Indiana State Police say the crash happened around 4:15 a.m. Saturday. A vehicle was traveling southbound on I-465 near Washington Street when it crashed into a ditch on the ramp. State police...
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(CARMEL, Ind.) - The Palladium will usher in the presidential election with an exhibit mixing the political and the musical. The Great American Songbook Foundation's exhibit gallery will spotlight five Broadway musicals on political themes, from George Gershwin's "Of Thee I Sing...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Over 100 people in Indiana have gotten sick with the mysterious vaping illness and three Hoosiers have died. Now the CDC believes they have at least something to go on to track down what chemical is making people sick. The culprit may be vitamin E acetate , found...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A former Franklin Central teacher has been sentenced. Kathryn Hagan pleaded guilty to two counts of child seduction, dangerous control of a firearm and dealing in a controlled substance. A charge of conspiracy to commit armed robbery was dismissed as part...