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Two people struck, one fatally, in Columbus

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Columbus police confirmed two people struck, and one was killed, on Taylor Road around 7:15 p.m. Sunday.Read more

IMPD pursues, catches driver of SUV in Fountain Square

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Metro Police arrested the driver of an SUV reported stolen after a pursuit ended in a crash on the east side Sunday night.Read more

Notre Dame wins ninth national fencing crown Sunday in Indianapolis

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Notre Dame won its ninth national title at the NCAA Men's and Women's Fencing Championships Sunday at the Indiana Farmer's Coliseum at the State Fairgrounds.Read more

Crispus Attucks team celebrates victory

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Saturday marked a historic win for Crispus Attucks as the boys basketball team won its first state title in nearly six decades.Read more


Judge says man accused of teacher's killing can't move trial

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A Tippecanoe County judge ruled Friday against Darius Javon Printup, who was seeking to have his trial moved to another county.Read more

Four arrested in series of robberies since beginning of the year

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Three men and a 17-year-old were taken into custody on Friday night after a robbery at a restaurant in the 3900 block of North High School allowed police to take the group into custody. Read more

Two men shot in Richmond early Sunday morning

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Police in Richmond are investigating after two men were found shot just before 3:30 a..m. on Sunday in the first block of North 8th Street.Read more

KRAVITZ BLOG: Butler competed in its Sweet Sixteen loss, but North Carolina had the pedigree

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At this point in the NCAA Tournament, where Butler faced North Carolina in the Sweet Sixteen, isn't it almost always about raw talent, about the fact that Carolina has seven high school all-Americas on its roster while Butler has had just one in its entire program history?Read more

Carrier deal touted by Trump unusual for Indiana

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The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state as it offers $7 million of incentives to a company still planning to cut about a third of its some 1,600 jobs.Read more

Ball State University enrollment spikes due to autism degree

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Enrollment in Ball State University's Teachers College has hit a record high due to demand for analysis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder.Read more

Alleged drunk driver hits house, ambulance on southwest side

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An alleged drunk driver ran into an ambulance and hit a house Friday night on the southwest side of Indianapolis.Read more

Holcomb weighs in on convenience store cold beer loophole

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An Anderson-based company has a hot idea to sell cold ones in some of its convenience stores.Read more


Millions keep vigil with April

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Have you been keeping tabs on April?Read more

Berry scores 26 points and Carolina defeats Butler 92-80

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Joel Berry II scored 26 points and Justin Jackson added 24 as top-seeded North Carolina moved to the Elite Eight with a 92-80 victory over Butler in the NCAA South Region on Friday night.Read more

Lilly to invest $850 million in US operations this year

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The drug maker said in a media release that its "robust pipeline of potential medicines in development" is behind the plan to invest in laboratories, manufacturing and administration, including $85-million in Indianapolis.Read more

Families of four murdered on Harding St. seek answers two years later

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Family and friends gathered Friday morning to plead for answers in an unsolved Indianapolis murder of four people.Read more

WATCH: Tanorria's Table National Spinach Day

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In honor of National Spinach Day Tanorria Askew has just the recipe to share with Eyewitness News Sunrise anchor Naomi Pescovitz, Spinach Pesto.Read more