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Carmel Police investigate appliance thefts

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Carmel Police are looking thieves who have been taking new appliances from construction sites in the area.Read more

Cost-share grants offered to help farmers reduce runoff

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Farmers in the western Lake Erie basin can apply for federal funding to share the costs of using best-management practices designed to reduce phosphorus runoff that degrades water quality and causes algae blooms.Read more

Earlham trustees name 1 of their own to be next president

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Earlham College says its trustees have named Alan C. Price to be the liberal arts school's 18th president.Read more

IPS bus involved in crash; driver, teen passenger hurt

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A scary ride for several IPS students on the way to school Wednesday morning after their bus was involved in a crash.Read more


Indian tribe in northern Indiana to announce casino plans

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An Indian tribe in northern Indiana that recently celebrated becoming the first tribe in the state to have land returned to it from the federal government is ready to announce its plans to build a casino in South Bend.Read more

L. S. Ayres traditions live on in Tea Room

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Indiana families last shopped for Christmas at the downtown L.S. Ayres store 25 years ago. Read more

Five Things to know for Wednesday

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Good Wednesday morning! Here are Five Things you need to know before you head out the door.Read more

At least 13 injured in northeast side hotel fire

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Six went to the hospital. At least seven others were treated at the scene and released.Read more

Vandals target WWII-era tank in northeast Indiana park

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Police in northeast Indiana are trying to track down whoever targeted a veterans' memorial.Read more

Pence gives lowdown on how Carrier deal happened

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Vice President-elect Gov. Mike Pence gave a behind-the-scenes look at how the deal to save hundreds of jobs at Carrier went down during a speech Tuesday night.Read more

IU student charged for sexual assault of classmate

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An Indiana University student is facing charges for allegedly raping a classmate he had been dating.Read more

Greenwood neighborhood shocked by racist graffiti painted on home

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An African-American family woke to find racial slurs spray painted on their home in the Sweetgrass subdivision.Read more


Columbus North band raising money to march in Inaugural Parade

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The "Sound Of North" marching band at Columbus North H.S. has been invited to march in the presidential inaugural parade in Washington, D.C., but the trip comes with a hefty price tag.Read more

One dead in northwest Indianapolis shooting

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One person is dead in a shooting on the northwest side of Indianapolis.Read more

Fishers kindergartners plan elaborate playset to help classmate play

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A kindergarten class is opening their minds and their hearts to help a classmate enjoy recess.Read more

Push for mandatory DNA collection is bipartisan

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Two months after police used DNA evidence from Ohio to arrest a man accused of a random killing in Zionsville, Indiana lawmakers are once again trying to give our police the same tools.Read more

Zoning panel says "no" to adult store on E. 82nd Street

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A business that caters to grown-ups will have to look for a new location if it hopes to open a store in Indianapolis.Read more