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Trial delayed for former IPS counselor accused of having sex with students

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A judge has delayed the trial for a former IPS guidance counselor.Read more

Teen dies in Bartholomew County motorcycle crash

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A Bartholomew County Sheriff's Deputy who was checking skid marks on the road found the body of a teenager who died in a motorcycle crash.Read more

Federal authorities join investigation of man suspected of domestic terrorism plot

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Federal authorities are joining the investigation in to a case of potential domestic terrorism in Greenwood.Read more

Generic EpiPen will cost $300

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The pharmaceutical company at the center of a public firestorm over the skyrocketing prices for its life-saving EpiPens has made a surprise announcement.Read more

Victim identified in Shelby County hit and run; suspect still on the loose

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Authorities in Shelby County are looking for the driver of a vehicle that hit and killed a 20-year-old Shelbyville man.Read more

Suspected 'Franklin Township Creeper' arrested at home

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The man accused of being the "Franklin Township Creeper" was arrested Tuesday afternoon.Read more

Indianapolis Indians allowing fans to bring in bottled water through Sunday

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The Indians are changing the rules because of the heat wave.Read more

IMA, IMAX teaming up for Gene Wilder tributes this weekend

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You can pay tribute to the film career of Gene Wilder on the big screen this week in Indianapolis.Read more

Former ITT student "not suprised at all" about school's problems

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ITT Technical Institute students, on break this week and next, are wondering if their school will be open when they return for classes.Read more

Merchandise Warehouse opens new south side facility; plans to hire 65

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A locally owned company that's been in Indianapolis for more than 65 years is opening up its new expansion - and adding jobs.Read more

Cancer Support Community in Indianapolis grateful to Gene Wilder

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While Alzheimer's is the illness that led to the passing of Gene Wilder, the actor had a profound impact on the lives of those dealing with cancer, including people right here in Indianapolis.Read more

Cars vandalized overnight in SW-side neighborhood

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A thief went on a crime spree overnight hitting car after car after car in a southwest side neighborhood.Read more

Rescue Mission, Food Finders offer help to Kokomo tornado victims

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Victims of last week's tornado are getting some much needed help thanks to the generosity of others.Read more

It's a boy for the Brilliants!

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We have some important baby news to share with you!Read more

East side garage robbed while victims slept just feet away

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A man can be seen on surveillance video taking several high-dollar items out of a garage. The homeowners were asleep inside at the time.Read more

ITT Tech no longer accepting new students following government ruling

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The government recently decided the Carmel-based for-profit college could no longer accept students who receive financial aid.Read more

Five things to know for Tuesday

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Good morning! Here are five things to get your Tuesday started.Read more

Seymour program provides kits for residents to counteract heroin overdose

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Naloxone hydrochloride, often sold under the brand name Narcan, helps counter an overdose from heroin. At Monday's event, those in attendance received free naloxone hydrochloride kits.Read more

Truck containing material for Indianapolis service event stolen

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A local service organization is coming up with a Plan B after thieves stole a pick-up truck full of promotional materials for an upcoming service event called "Indy Do Day."Read more

Franklin Twp. dad shot by home intruder while protecting his family

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A Franklin Township father is being called a hero, after he sacrificed to protect his wife and children from an intruder.Read more