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An Indiana senator who is a longtime critic of outsourcing jobs to foreign countries says he's finalizing his sale of stock in a family arts... [Read More]
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Community members are making a last-ditch effort to save their IPS schools, hoping the board will listen to them. And with the vote now just... [Read More]
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Noblesville police are inviting neighbors and businesses to join a program that could help them catch criminals in the act. [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN-- While Harvey continues devastating parts of Texas, the impact of the storm is hitting home for Hoosiers both in Texas and Indiana. "There's... [Read More]
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Rebecca Schroeder made a two-and-a-half-hour trip to the Statehouse from her northeast Indiana home so her daughter can have a career in Indiana agriculture. [Read More]
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There's only one more chance for people to voice their concerns to IPS. [Read More]
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Carmel and Indianapolis finally reached a deal after a previous lawsuit filed by Indianapolis to stop work on 96th St, which divides the two cities. [Read More]
Carmel and Indianapolis finally reached a deal after a previous lawsuit filed by Indianapolis to stop work on 96th St, which divides the two cities. [Read More]
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Several people in Richmond, Indiana found painted swastikas around their community last weekend, and they're hoping the person responsible is caught by police. [Read More]
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A former Columbus pastor accused of staging a break-in at his own home wants to take a plea deal that could have him in prison... [Read More]
A former Columbus pastor accused of staging a break-in at his own home wants to take a plea deal that could have him in prison... [Read More]
Bloomington South picked up its first Conference Indiana volleyball win of the season, going on the road to outplay Franklin Central, 25-21, 25-19, 25-21, on... [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Hoosiers are doing what they do best, helping. Donations sites are set up throughout central Indiana for the Hurricane Harvey victims. [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Hoosiers are doing what they do best, helping. Donations sites are set up throughout central Indiana for the Hurricane Harvey victims. "Sharing, sharing,... [Read More]
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It is not just people in the Houston area who need help after Hurricane Harvey. Rescuers are also working to bring animals out of flooded... [Read More]
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All across the country, people in the medical field say they need more nurses. Now, a local university has teamed up to encourage Hoosiers to... [Read More]
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All across the country, people in the medical field say they need more nurses. Now, a local university has teamed up to encourage Hoosiers to... [Read More]
An Avon mom is unhappy with a letter ordering her to take down a sign in her front yard. [Read More]
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The crime involved eight car break-ins, in six different neighborhoods. [Read More]
Indiana Task Force 1 has a team of 80 people on standbyready to make the trip to Houston to help the relief effort. [Read More]
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