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The Beech Grove Police Department says the constrictor is missing from a home in the community on the southeast side of Indianapolis. [Read More]
The Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association announced the initiative Wednesday at the Statehouse. [Read More]
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Anthem executives predict renovations to be completed by the end of 2018. There will be room for an average of 2,600 employees with collaboration areas,... [Read More]
The Kokomo Tribune reports that the $5,000 grant from Northern Indiana Public Service Company will allow The Wildcat Guardians to build a gravel portage path... [Read More]
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The Elkhart Truth reports that the former Conn-Selmer factory could see residents moving in within days. [Read More]
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Experts found the mile-a-minute vine in Monroe County. It's dead now, but they say it likely won't be the last we see of the plant. [Read More]
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The Indiana Forest Alliance recently set out on a short hike in the Jackson-Washington State Forest to talk about logging practices. And state legislators and... [Read More]
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In the U.S. around half of the violent crimes reported to police go unsolved. The changing nature of crime, and the technology used to solve... [Read More]
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Carpenter not only had the fastest single lap time, but managed to keep his speeds fast enough to win the front starting spot for race... [Read More]
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Vice President Mike Pence was in Indianapolis Friday at a discussion on America First Policies event. [Read More]
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Indianapolis City-County Council President Vop Osili and six other councilors from both major parties announced the meetings during a news conference Thursday. [Read More]
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Indiana's unemployment rate is at 3.2 percent for the third consecutive month. Before this year, it hadn't been that low since late 2000. [Read More]
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Reporter Taylor Bennett had the chance to sit down with Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett — no relation — and asked him about the city's... [Read More]
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A provision in the bill would have required people on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program to work or attend job training for 20 hours a... [Read More]
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Indianapolis City-County Councilor William Oliver is the latest to respond to the merit board decision to not fire two IMPD officers who fatally shot Aaron... [Read More]
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