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Decatur Township firefighters install ramp for 5-year-old

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The ramp was donated by the family of retired Indianapolis Fire Department Chief Brian Sanford who passed away in March after a battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).Read more

Decatur Township firefighters install ramp for 5-year-old

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The ramp was donated by the family of retired Indianapolis Fire Department Chief Brian Sanford who passed away in March after a battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).Read more

3 arrested in IMPD narcotics bust

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Metro Police arrested three people and seized marijuana, methamphetamines, guns and cash on Wednesday.Read more

AG-elect Hill's chief deputy to succeed him as prosecutor

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Republicans in northern Indiana's Elkhart County have selected Attorney General-elect Curtis Hill's chief deputy to succeed him as prosecutor.Read more

Rexnord employees wonder if Trump tweet could change company's plan to move

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Rexnord employees faced with losing their jobs in April are taking notice of a tweet President-Elect Donald Trump put out Friday night.Read more


Joey Chestnut breaks own record at St. Elmo eating contest

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Joey Chestnut took part in a St. Elmo's shrimp cocktail eating contest Saturday - and no surprise, his title is safe for another year.Read more

Hundreds attend farewell mass for Cardinal Tobin

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Tobin was recently elevated to Cardinal by Pope Francis, and is leaving the Indianapolis Archdiocese for New Jersey.Read more

Former Mr. Football charged with felony OWI

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James R. Banks II, 33, of Indianapolis, was pulled over in the 100 block of N. Main St. in Zionsville for driving left of the center line and non-functioning license plate lights, according to court documents. A chemical test showed he had a blood alcohol level of .24.Read more

Kokomo man killed in armed robbery

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An arrest has been made in the robbery and killing of 60-year-old Paul Andreas.Read more

2 Indianapolis men arrested for dealing drugs in Bartholomew County

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The Bartholomew County Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team, along with DEA agents, arrested two Indianapolis men Thursday after a two-month-long investigation into illegal drug sales in Bartholomew County.Read more

Monroe County officer's name to be carved on memorial wall

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A dozen years after his death, a Monroe County Jail sergeant will be honored by having his name carved into the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington.Read more

What if? Hoosiers line up for Indy Survival Expo

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Tornados, flooding, natural disasters, even war: what would you do if something catastrophic happened and you had to survive? It is a question Hoosiers are considering this weekend at an event designed to attract survivalists.Read more

College football fans enjoy Big 10 festivities

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College football fans have crowded into downtown Indy Saturday for the biggest game of the year for the Big Ten conference! Read more


Plainfield police investigate stabbing at apartment complex

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Plainfield officers were dispatched to the report of a stabbing at the Lakeside Apartments in the 600 block of Lakeside Drive just before 1 a.m. Saturday.Read more
WATCH: Pet Vet - Cold weather safety for your pets

WATCH: Pet Vet - Cold weather safety for your pets

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Today Dr. Crowe discusses ways to keep your pets safe as the cold weather beginning to creep into Indiana.Read more

Five things to know for Saturday

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

U.S. military members surprise loved ones at "Holiday for our Heroes" event

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Home for the holidays. So many men and women in the armed forces won't get that chance again this year because they're serving their country, away from the comforts of home and their loved ones.Read more

KRAVITZ: Former IU player Booth steps forward, sheds light on why Wilson was forced to resign

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In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, former Indiana University wide receiver Dominique Booth explained why he was among the half dozen or so IU athletes who blew the whistle on Kevin Wilson, the Hoosiers football coach who resigned under pressure Thursday.Read more