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Kokomo on long road to recovery one week after tornadoes

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One week ago today, severe storms struck central Indiana. The worst of it hit Kokomo with tornadoes destroying homes and changing lives.Read more

Indianapolis man suspected in domestic terrorism plot in court on unrelated charge

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An Indianapolis man who became the focus of a potential domestic terrorism investigation after a traffic stop was in court Wednesday.Read more

Five Things to know for Wednesday

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One person had died after a crash in Fishers on State Road 37.Read more

Shoplifting suspect scuffles with officer, flees crash on Westfield Blvd

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Metro Police are still searching for a woman who fought with an IMPD officer in the parking lot of the Nora Kroger store, then ran away from a car crash on Westfield Blvd. moments later.Read more

Franklin Township schools downplay bedbug reports at high school

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A central Indiana school district is responding to information shared on social media about bedbugs in a school.Read more

Bicyclist killed in crash on State Road 37 in Fishers

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A Fishers man was struck twice and died at the intersection of SR 37 and 126th Street around 11 p.m. Tuesday night.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

Lawyer investigating lead at Indiana housing complex

Lawyer investigating lead at Indiana housing complex

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EAST CHICAGO, Ind. (AP) - An attorney for families in an Indiana public housing complex slated to be demolished because of lead contamination says he's investigating whether public officials knew about the problem and allowed children to be "poisoned."Read more

Indiana expands options on business registration website

Indiana expands options on business registration website

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana's business-registration website that debuted this spring has been expanded to give users more access to state services.Read more

Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg to speak at Notre Dame

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is planning to speak at the University of Notre Dame.Read more

911 calls: 'Gunshots going like crazy' in Pulse nightclub

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A neighbor of the Florida nightclub where a mass shooting left 49 people dead told a 911 dispatcher that panicked patrons were banging on his door for shelter and hiding behind his car.Read more

Hoosier magician needs your vote on AGT!

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Lebanon's Blake Vogt may have lost one fan on the judges panel on Tuesday's "America's Got Talent," but is enjoying the continued support of Simon Cowell.Read more

Man shot in stomach on north side of Indianapolis

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Police are investigating a shooting on the north side of Indianapolis.Read more

Indianapolis closer to redeveloping old RCA headquarters

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The City is moving closer to developing the old RCA site at Sherman Ave. & Michigan St.Read more

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

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

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

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