Recognized charter school shuts down two Indianapolis locations

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Twenty-five charger schools have closed over the past four years, including two in Indianapolis from a nationally recognized program. As the buildings sit empty, some...Read more

Council proposes $13 minimum wage for city workers, mayor says "not so fast"

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The Democratic-controlled City-County Council wants to give city-county workers a pay raise, but that plan could be in jeopardy.Read more

Series of deadly highway crashes highlights importance of defensive driving

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In the last week, we've had three deadly accidents on Indiana highways. The victims were killed in car wrecks that occurred in traffic stopped or slowed down for road...Read more

School resource officer faces child molestation charges

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Daniel Greer, a school resource officer, was accused of having sexual relations with two boys while off duty.Read more

Burr-Hamilton? Angry lawmaker singles out 'female senators'

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GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold of Texas is angry with some fellow Republicans in the Senate who are balking at parts of legislation to overturn "Obamacare."Read more


Arrest made in golf cart crash at IMS

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Speedway Police are investigating a crash involving a golf cart hit a group of people inside Tunnel 2 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Read more

Seymour man's mom's ashes lost in the mail

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A Seymour man made arrangements to bring his mother's ashes home to Indiana for burial, but she has been "lost in the mail."Read more

Keeping up with Quintez: Summer jobs program ends on a high note

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Each of the 34 teens that started a summer jobs program in Indianapolis finished the job this week, picking up their final paycheck from Mayor Joe Hogsett Monday.Read more


Road to recovery is long for man shot at east side gas station last summer

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The family of an Indianapolis man shot in August 2016 have not given up hope on justice.Read more

Councilor leads new push to ban smoking in city parks

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A City-County councilor hopes to expand the city's smoking ban to include parks and playgrounds.Read more




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