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Bringing Hollywood to Indy: City hires first film commissioner

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The film commissioner will essentially market our city, recruit film crews and make sure filming goes smoothly.Read more

Health department investigates Muncie cat hoarding case

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The Delaware County Health Department is going to court to get a look inside a Muncie home.Read more

Three shot, one fatally, in northeast Indianapolis shooting

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One man was killed and two other people were wounded in a shooting on the northeast side of Indianapolis Wednesday night.Read more

Russell Taylor denies setting up cameras for child porn

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The man accused of making and sharing child pornography with Jared Fogle says he did not set up hidden cameras in order to record naked children.Read more

Carrier reaches agreement with employees it's laying off

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Carrier will begin layoffs about 8 months from now, eliminating 1,400 Indiana jobs. Operations will be moving to Mexico.Read more

A new race for governor begins in Indiana

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Republican Eric Holcomb and Democrat John Gregg, met for the first time as gubernatorial opponents Wednesday morning.Read more

Police release picture of SUV suspected in fatal hit-and-run

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Police have released a picture of an SUV suspected of leaving the scene of a fatal crash with a motorcycle.Read more

Man tried to sexually assault child Wednesday morning, still on the loose

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The suspect was described as a white male, 5 foot 8 inches to 5 foot 10 inches tall and weighing approximately 170 to 195 lbs.Read more

13 Investigates: Union workers and teachers protest ALEC convention in Indianapolis

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Around 100 teachers and union workers converged on a downtown Indianapolis hotel Wednesday, protesting the convention of a controversial group.Read more

Family of suspect killed in shootout with IMPD wants answers

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The family of the man killed in a shootout with Indianapolis Metro Police is speaking out in an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News.Read more

Southwestern Indiana woman gets 25 years in confinement case

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A southwestern Indiana woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for her role in the confinement and repeated rapes of a woman over 59 days.Read more

WTHR's Emily Longnecker writes about downtown attack

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WTHR reporter Emily Longnecker is speaking out about the attack that occurred last Friday in downtown Indianapolis - in broad daylight.Read more

Ohio couple gives $5M to Notre Dame for band facility

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - An Ohio couple has donated $5 million to the University of Notre Dame for a marching band practice field.The university announced the donation by Kenn and Pamela Ricci of Willoughby, Ohio, on Tuesday. The facility will be used by the marching band as a rehearsal field with lights and an artificial turf football field with a band director's tower.Read more

Downed lines were cause of Indianapolis power outage

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Indianapolis Power & Light is investing the cause of an outage that has left nearly 13,000 customers without power.Read more

Meijer recalls salads, sandwiches due to salmonella risk

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Midwest retailer Meijer Inc. says some salads and sandwiches that it sells are being recalled due to a potential risk of salmonella contamination.Read more

WATCH: Today Show's Al Roker pokes fun at Kevin Rader in Philly

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Eyewitness News Reporter Kevin Rader caught up with the Today Show's Al Roker Wednesday morning in Philadelphia.Read more

Eli Lilly CEO to retire from company

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Eli Lilly and company announced Wednesday that President and CEO John C. Lechleiter will retire at the end of this year. David A. Ricks has been named his successorRead more

5 Things You Need to Know to start your Wednesday

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Today's likely the last dry day of the week and it's also back to school for several Central Indiana districts. Here are 5 Things You Need to Know to start your day:Read more

It's back to school Wednesday for five 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 five Central Indiana school districts.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