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A family's patio in Geist is now considered a violation of city code and one that was installed without a proper permit, but the homeowner... [Read More]
A former fertility doctor has surrendered his medical license after being accused of using his own semen to inseminate patients without their consent, now those... [Read More]
A former fertility doctor has surrendered his medical license after being accused of using his own semen to inseminate patients without their consent, now those... [Read More]
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A former fertility doctor has surrendered his medical license after being accused of using his own semen to inseminate patients without their consent, now those... [Read More]
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After losing their major contract with Dean Foods, Kelsay Farms has decided to no longer milk cows. ... [Read More]
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Some Camby residents are concerned that the area is growing too fast and that a proposed development will change the character of their neighborhoods. [Read More]
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More than $100 million could soon be invested in fixing Indianapolis' aging streets and sidewalks, but city leaders admit it's only a start to chipping... [Read More]
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Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett will introduce his proposed budget for 2019 to the City-County Council Monday night. [Read More]
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A former Indianapolis Public School student using now teaching other students years after receiving hands-on training through one of the district's career-themed programs.   ... [Read More]
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The Indiana Builders Association says it's getting more expensive to construct houses in central Indiana. [Read More]
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A 69-year-old Bloomington woman trapped her in her car for almost two days after going off the road and getting wedged between trees was saved after... [Read More]
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A City-County Councilor is proposing harsher enforcement of permit parking areas in Indianapolis neighborhoods, which means you could pay a fine next time you're caught parking... [Read More]
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A City-County Councilor is proposing harsher enforcement of permit parking areas in Indianapolis neighborhoods, which means you could pay a fine next time you're caught parking... [Read More]
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A 90-year-old central Indiana woman, credited with starting multiple Christian ministries, is now out tens of thousands of dollars because of a phone scam. The... [Read More]
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People who live in Broad Ripple have started a neighborhood watch following several vehicle break-ins and at least two vehicle thefts early Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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Students at Noblesville West Middle School are done with classes for the summer. One week ago, a fellow student opened fire wounding teacher Jason Seaman and... [Read More]
Students at Noblesville West Middle School are done with classes for the summer. One week ago, a fellow student opened fire wounding teacher Jason Seaman and... [Read More]
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Jason Seaman, the hero teacher who stopped a school shooter at Noblesville West Middle School Friday, was honored at a baseball game Monday morning. [Read More]
A Noblesville Middle School student says he and his classmates barricaded themselves in a closet with improvised weapons to defend themselves when another student began shooting... [Read More]
Indiana lawmakers have concluded their one-day special session by sending a handful of bills to Gov. Eric Holcomb. [Read More]
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