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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

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

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

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


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

Letterman archives bring broadcast history to Ball State

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Archivists at Ball State are researching and cataloging the collection for the Letterman Archives, which will eventually help students learn about the history of comedy...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

Woman recovered from water at Cataract Falls

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The body of a 61-year-old woman at the Upper Falls in Cataract State Recreation Area Monday afternoon.Read more

Ten Point Coalition says Pence headlining fundraising lunch

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An Indianapolis anti-violence group says Vice President Mike Pence will be returning to his home state as the main speaker for its fundraising...Read more

Indiana's newest Supreme Court justice joins high court

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Indiana's newest state Supreme Court justice has joined the bench, completing a remaking of the high court that began in 2010.Read more

Prescription drug distributor opens Whitestown facility

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A major prescription drug distributor is opening a new distribution center in central Indiana.Read more

IMPD deputy chief in critical condition after weekend crash

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IMPD Deputy Chief of Investigations James Waters remains in critical but stable condition after being involved in a serious crash Sunday afternoon.Read more


5 things you need to know for Monday, July 24

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Happy Monday! Here are five things you need to know this morning...Read more

Anderson Prep gets a new weight room

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The Lift Life foundation unveils a brand new weight room to Anderson Prep's students and faculty.Read more

DNR issues advisory about algae in several local lakes

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Eight lakes are included in the advisory. DNR says you should try to avoid direct contact with the algae in the lakes.Read more

"He deeply cares for people" Prayers for deputy chief critically hurt in crash

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Jim Waters, a 27-year veteran of IMPD, was critically injured in a serious crash Sunday afternoon along I-70 in Plainfield.Read more

True race fans brave heat, rain at Brickyard 400

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The stands at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway may have looked a little sparse at the start of the Brickyard 400, but the fans who showed up were as excited as ever to...Read more