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A debate is raging in Brown County over a clear cut of trees along State Road 135. The county says the logging company that they... [Read More]
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Public shaming has become a near daily event, as the internet changes its target from day to day or even hour to hour. [Read More]
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is back open on Mondays as part of their spring and summer schedule! [Read More]
Metro police are investigating a shooting near Sumner Avenue and East Street on the city's south side. [Read More]
The plates labeled as microwave safe contain aluminum, which poses as a fire hazard. [Read More]
Marvel fans, here's a dream opportunity for you! CableTV.com is looking to hire someone to watch all 20 Marvel movies. [Read More]
This is the last night for the blind auditions. [Read More]
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Metro police are investigating a shooting near Sumner Avenue and East Street on the city's south side. [Read More]
In addition to pothole filling crews, DPW contractors are strip-patching pavement. [Read More]
An off-duty firefighter assisting an older woman up steps at a rodeo has caught the attention of the internet. [Read More]
Starting Monday, people will only receive paper straws. [Read More]
A Texas woman is suing the popular Italian restaurant chain Olive Garden after she experienced severe burns and trouble breathing when she ate a stuffed... [Read More]
The Interfaith Alliance of Michigan City hosted a forum over the weekend on the status of Indiana's hate crime bill. [Read More]
On March 20, the Full Worm Supermoon will mark the first time a full moon and the spring equinox have coincided this closely in nearly... [Read More]
Attention, shoppers. Walmart plans to end its price match program. [Read More]
Starting March 18, IACS will host an adoption event, which will wave all adoption fees for the next two weeks on several featured cats and... [Read More]
When squirrel chasing goes wrong. [Read More]
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The westbound lanes of I-70 near Greenfield are closed due to a serious accident. [Read More]
Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging, LLC is recalling three lots of tablets due to trace amounts of N-Nitroso N-Methyl 4-amino butyric acid (NMBA), a potential human carcinogen. [Read More]
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Metro police homicide detectives are investigating a body found in a car Monday morning. [Read More]
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