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I-69 supervisors still not sure when work will be done

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While progress is being made on Interstate 69, noncommittal answers of the project's completion have local government officials frustrated.Read more

I-69 supervisors still not sure when work will be done

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While progress is being made on Interstate 69, noncommittal answers of the project's completion have local government officials frustrated.Read more

Ball State names Geoffrey Mearns new president

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Ball State University is hiring its new president away from Northern Kentucky University.Read more

17-year-old arrested in Monday fatal stabbing of woman on the north side

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A 17-year-old is in custody in connection with the Monday stabbing near 26th & Riverside Dr.Read more

City planning pothole blitz

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When you’re driving this week, look out for pot holes and workers trying to fix them.Read more


Visitor spending hits record high in Indy

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Visit Indy, which held its annual meeting Tuesday, said the Capitol City hosted 28.2 million visitors in 2015 and those visitors spent a record $4.9 billion.Read more

Peyton to politics? Manning to speak at GOP retreat in Philly

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We are used to seeing Peyton Manning in a jersey and pads out on the football field. But we could see a lot more of Peyton Manning in a suit.Read more

State representative deletes controversial Facebook posts, issues apology

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A state lawmaker is now apologizing for posts he made on social media.Read more

Frankfort woman not seen in over a week

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Wanda Harris was last seen Jan. 13.Read more

Indiana unemployment 4 percent in December, down during 2016

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Indiana's unemployment rate was at 4 percent in December, which state officials say is the lowest point since 2001.Read more

School district adding cameras and Wi-Fi to buses

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One Central Indiana school district is going the extra mile to keep students safe when going to and from school.Read more

Teachers would face more background checks under proposal

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All Indiana teachers would have to undergo a criminal background check every five years under a bill endorsed by an Indiana legislative committee.Read more

WTHR at Home: Reclaiming your yard

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Sara Bendrick, host "I Hate My Yard" on the DIY Network, joined us on Eyewitness News at Noon on Tuesday with tips on reclaiming your yard and increasing your property value.Read more


Police: Drugs delivered to wrong address

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Columbus Police picked up over five pounds of marijuana after they say it was delivered to the wrong address. Read more

Simon Youth Foundation offering more than $1 million in college scholarships

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The Simon Youth Foundation is offering up to $1,500 to high school seniors to help pay for college.Read more

5 things to know for Tuesday, Jan. 24

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Happy Tuesday morning! Here are the five things you need to know today...Read more

Zedd and Marshmello announced as Indy 500 Snake Pit concert headliners, wrestler Ric Flair to emcee

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"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair will emcee the race day concert in the Snake Pit, headlined by EDM groups Zed and Marshmello.Read more
WATCH: Pet Vet - Getting your cats vaccinated

WATCH: Pet Vet - Getting your cats vaccinated

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Today Dr. Crowe discusses your cats health and keeping their vaccinations up to date.Read more