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IMPD investigating person found shot and killed behind east side closed business

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Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Homicide detectives are investigating after a man is found shot to death in a parking lot behind a closed business.Read more

IMPD investigating person found shot and killed behind east side closed business

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Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Homicide detectives are investigating after a man is found shot to death in a parking lot behind a closed business.Read more

1 person injured when vehicle hits gas station pump

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Investigators working to determine why the SUV hit the gas pumpRead more

Two dead in separate traffic accidents

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Metro police are investigating two fatal traffic accidents--one each on the east and west side of Indianapolis.Read more

Racist graffiti brings community together to help vandalized Connersville church

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The doors have been closed for more than two years at Philippi Early Church of God in Christ.Read more

IUPUI armed robbery, carjacking suspects on the loose

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The IUPUI campus community was put on alert Saturday night after an armed robbery and carjacking.Read more

Local 'Black Lives Matter' protesters march downtown

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Dozens of marchers took to the streets downtown Saturday to protest the latest police shootings in Charlotte and Tulsa.Read more

5 arrested in Muncie for break-in that led to a suspect's death

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Five men in Muncie are now under arrest, accused of taking part in an attempted break-in that led to the death of one of the suspects.Read more

Hoosier makes his own Trump message after signs stolen again

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An Indiana resident's Donald Trump sign kept getting stolen, so he made one of his own - by mowing it.Read more

Purdue faculty to study possible grade inflation on campus

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A faculty committee at Purdue University is trying to determine whether grade inflation has become an issue on campus.Read more

Bloomington woman reports sexual assault from May

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A Bloomington woman says she was sexually assaulted by another woman in a bathroom.Read more

Purdue faculty to study if GPAs up due to grade inflation

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A faculty committee at Purdue University is trying to determine whether grade inflation has become an issue on campus.Read more

WATCH: How to share your secrets

WATCH: How to share your secrets

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PostSecret is an ongoing community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a postcard. Your secrets, posted here, every Sunday.Read more

Former IU football coach's daughter dies in Monroe County accident

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Allison Hoeppner, daughter of former Indiana head football coach Terry Hoeppner and wife Jane, died in a traffic accident Saturday morning.Read more

New system for drawing Indiana's political maps taking shape

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A plan is taking shape to consider putting a citizen commission in charge of redrawing legislative district boundaries in Indiana.Read more

Parade kicks off Saturday Circle City Classic events

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While you'll find a lot of Hoosiers in the parade, people come from across the country, helping to make up the dozens of floats and entries.Read more
WATCH: Secretary of State holds Straight Answer Saturday

WATCH: Secretary of State holds Straight Answer Saturday

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Secretary of State Connie Lawson is hosting Straight Answer Saturday, a free event that allows citizens to meet one-on-one with experts to discuss pertinent financial and legal matters. This event is free of charge and open to the public.Read more

Transgender man sues over Indiana law blocking name change

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A transgender man granted asylum last year is suing Indiana over a state law that prevents him from changing his first name to a male name that matches his gender identity.Read more

Feds push back on states targeting Planned Parenthood funds

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The Obama administration has proposed barring states and other recipients of federal family planning grants from placing their own eligibility restrictions on where the money can go.Read more

Chinese superstar Lang Lang will be in Carmel on Tuesday

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A classical music superstar from China is helping the Boston Symphony Orchestra kick off its new season this weekend and plays next week in Carmel at the Palladium.Read more

Five things to know for Saturday

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Here are five things going on around Central Indiana Saturday that you should know about.Read more