12-year-old robbed in car at Lafayette Square Mall

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Metro police robbery detectives are looking into the case of a 12-year-old getting robbed at gunpoint.Read more

Free ticket frustration mounts after Ticketmaster settlement

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13 Investigates explored the settlement website, attempting to find a venue where the ticket vouchers can be redeemed. A nationwide search of more than 70 cities in all 50 states revealed not a single concert for which the vouchers are now being accepted.Read more

Five killed, suspect dead in London attack near British Parliament

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British police say five people died and 40 more were wounded in the terror attack outside Parliament.Read more

IMPD identifies officer involved in alleged alcohol-related incident downtown

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Police say East District Patrol Officer Cory Heiny fell and hit his head during an argument outside the Taps and Dolls bar downtown over St. Patrick's Day weekend.Read more

KRAVITZ: Purdue’s reserved Swanigan speaks loudly with his work on the court

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Chris Johnson remembers the heavy-set kid. The young man’s guardian, Roosevelt Barnes, had reached out to Woodside Middle School in Fort Wayne and had told the folks there that this big kid, Caleb Swanigan, wanted to enroll at Woodside and oh, by the way, "he’s a pretty darned good basketball player."Read more


Only In Indiana: This Little Piggy

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In This Little Piggy, Kevin Rader and photographer Clint Erbacher introduce us to a therapy pig named "Poppy."Read more

Girl saves overdosing parents

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9-year-old Ohio girl makes frantic call for help from backseat of moving car after parents overdose behind the wheel.Read more

Its My City program aims for a cleaner, greener Indianapolis

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You'll soon start seeing public service announcements promoting a new campaign to keep the city clean.Read more


FDA links very rare cancer, 9 deaths, to breast implants

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Nine deaths from a very rare kind of cancer have been linked to breast implants, indicating a very low but increased risk in women with implants, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.Read more

Bill would streamline process to approve syringe exchange programs

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A Senate Committee voted unanimously to streamline the approval process for providing syringe exchange programs in emergencies.Read more




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