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Back to school shopping: One mom’s method to saving on uniforms

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My five-year-old is about to start kindergarten, and I've been thrown into the unknown world of school uniform shopping.Read more

Officer released from hospital after northwest Indianapolis shooting; suspect killed

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A Metro Police officer was shot and another injured Monday after an incident that started on the northwest side and ended in a chase across Indianapolis.Read more

Three shot on Indianapolis east side

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Three people have been shot on the Indianapolis east side. Police are still at the scene.Read more

Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard passes on congressional run

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Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard says he won't be making a run for Rep. Susan Brooks' seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.Read more

14 dogs die when air conditioning in truck fails in northern Indiana

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St. Joseph County police Lt. William Redman says the dogs were discovered about 6:20 p.m. Friday outside a hotel in Roseland, just north of South Bend. He says the truck was equipped with air conditioning in the cargo area but that an electrical circuit breaker cut the power.Read more

New program to help laid-off Carrier workers plan for their futures

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Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett outlines new program to help layed-off Carrier workers plan for their financial futures.Read more

Indiana State Police trooper shoots suspect at Anderson gas station

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Indiana State Police say a trooper who happened upon an armed robbery at a central Indiana convenience store shot and wounded the fleeing suspect who pointed a gun at him.Read more

New, flashing school zone signs greet Indianapolis drivers

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Nearly 400 new, flashing school zone signs greet drivers across Indianapolis as kids head back to class.Read more

1 dead in north side shooting

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A man died in a shooting shortly after 5 a.m. Monday in the 4400 block of Primrose Avenue on Indianapolis' north side.Read more

Metro Police investigate shooting on northwest side

Metro Police investigate shooting on northwest side

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Metro Police are investigating a man shot on the northwest side.Read more

Man shot during robbery at home on city's far-east side

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A man was shot around 2:30 a.m. Monday during a robbery at a home on Cherry Lake Road, between German Church and Cumberland Road on Indianapolis' east side.Read more

Hot streak extends Monday with showers

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The heat continues as does the chance for more thunderstorms today.Read more

Beating the heat at IMS

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Thousands of race fans braved the sweltering sun and heat at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, but some at the track had a job to do.Read more

Homeless choir starts in Indianapolis

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"Matthew's Voices Side-by-Side" is made up of homeless and severely disadvantaged people. Members are meeting at Roberts Park United Methodist Church on Delaware Street.Read more

Ind. man accused of stealing Fla. man's identity 22 years ago

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Richard Hoagland assumed the name Terry Symansky in 1994, according to police. That man actually drowned in Florida back in 1991.Read more

Police ask for tips in 10-year old Franklin cold case

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It's been ten years since someone murdered Blake Dickus and his stepmother, Chynna. The two were stabbed to death in their Franklin home in July 2006.Read more

Slain clerk remembered as happy, caring woman

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The mother of a gas station clerk murdered in a robbery last week is remembering her daughter as a happy woman.Read more

Central Indiana schools facing school bus driver shortage

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School begins this week in several Central Indiana districts, and some of them are still looking for bus drivers. They blame a stronger economy and a low unemployment rate for the shortage.Read more

Questions swirl around poorly attended Brickyard 400

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Where is everybody? It's a question a number of NASCAR fans were asking at Sunday's Brickyard 400. Was it the blistering heat or a combination of factors?Read more

Indiana GOP to announce new Gov candidate Tuesday

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Tuesday, members of the Indiana Republican Party will decide which Republican will replace Gov. Mike Pence on the ballot to take on Democrat John Gregg in the gubernatorial race in November.Read more