It's back to school Wednesday for four Central Indiana school districts

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Summer vacation is over for more than 37,000 students in Central Indiana. Wednesday marks the first day of the 2016-2017 school year for four Central Indiana school districts.Read more

It's back to school Wednesday for four Central Indiana school districts

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Summer vacation is over for more than 37,000 students in Central Indiana. Wednesday marks the first day of the 2016-2017 school year for four Central Indiana school districts.Read more

Last dry day this week

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If mowing your yard is on tap when you get home from work, you should have no problems. Highs today will be in the mid-80s.Read more

Hillary Clinton officially nominated as Democratic candidate for President

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Hillary Clinton has become the first woman to win the American presidential nomination of a major party.Read more

Marion County prosecutor seeking death penalty in "Purge" fatal shootings suspect

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Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry is seeking the death penalty in the case of Johnathan Cruz.Read more

Crashed drone left atop Indiana War Memorial

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It's buzzing on social media and It was probably buzzing when it smacked into one of downtown Indy's famous monuments.Read more



Campaign Collection: Indiana museum displays unique political memorabilia

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A walk through the five rooms of the Museum of American Political Communication in Logansport is like entering a time machine filled with pieces of politics' past.Read more

John Gregg campaigns in Republican stronghold Johnson County

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Gregg says he's campaigning for higher paying jobs, better roads, better schools and a statewide anti-discrimination law.Read more

WTLC host Pastor Michael Jones passes away

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The man who took over the microphone from radio icon Amos Brown has died.Read more

FOP calls for more help in supporting police officers

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Saying "it's a new day in our country" with the recent rash of attacks officers, the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police is asking the city and state for more help in protecting them.Read more

Olympics: Road to Rio

Eyewitness News anchors Dave Calabro and Anne Marie Tiernon will be in Rio covering every minute of the Summer Games! Watch their live reports from Brazil every day on Eyewitness News, and get special coverage on The Olympic Zone. Plus Bob Kravitz will file exclusive WTHR.com columns from Rio. See more Olympics coverage





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