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Magnificent Macaws take flight at Indianapolis Zoo

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The "Magnificent Macaws" appear several times a day at the new Bicentennial Pavilion, which is near the zoo's main entrance.Read more

Magnificent Macaws take flight at Indianapolis Zoo

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The "Magnificent Macaws" appear several times a day at the new Bicentennial Pavilion, which is near the zoo's main entrance.Read more

World War II aircraft return to the skies this weekend

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Sgt. James Lee Hutchinson flew 20 missions in a B-17 during his service in World War II. Monday, he took to the skies for one more flight.Read more

Teens describe shots fired at their car during east side road rage encounter

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It happened Sunday night as a 17-year-old Arsenal Tech High School student drove home.Read more

Snapchat's Snap Map feature creates safety concerns

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One of the most popular apps for social media just added a new feature that's raising some safety concerns.Read more


Franklin Police officer arrested in domestic case

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The City of Franklin has placed officer Schuyler Brown on leave after he was arrested Monday on a domestic case in Franklin.Read more

Lebanon stabbing suspect facing 23 charges, possible death penalty

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A 19-year-old man faces nearly two dozen charges connected to the recent stabbing in Lebanon.Read more

Arson investigator resigns after 13 Investigates raises questions over his handling of fatal Flora fire

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A private arson investigator from Michigan wrote to IDHS and Indiana Fire Marshal Jim Greeson complaining Dennis Randle didn't follow standard investigator protocols...Read more

Avoiding 'summer brain drain'

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Most kids celebrate when summer starts because they get a break from school, but it's important to make sure kids don't stop learning.Read more

Keeping up with Quintez: Making Mom proud

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When I told her Quintez said she was his role model, she took a long pause and got a bit emotional.Read more

Indy pastor on a mission to help neighborhood

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A local pastor is providing services like job training and free therapy in one of Indy's more dangerous neighborhoods.Read more

30 Laws in 30 Days: Veterans and spouses to receive preference for employment, training

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In 2016, the Indiana Department of Workforce and Development and its WorkOne Career centers helped more than 10,000 Hoosier veterans and put more than 1,000 into...Read more

Bret Michaels performing at Indiana State Fair

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Michaels, lead singer of the glam metal rock band Poison, will bet at the Chevrolet Silverado Free Stage.Read more


5 things you need to know for Monday, June 26

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Happy Monday! Here are five things you need to know this morning...Read more

Hoosiers remember "The King" on 40th anniversary of final performance

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Elvis Presley's June 26, 1977 sold-out show at Market Square Arena was The King's final performance before dying of a heart attack just two months later on Aug. 16.Read more

City asking for development ideas for old city hall building

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The former interim Indianapolis Central Library has been largely vacant for the last decade.Read more

No charges for Muncie Police who shot at suspect in March

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Chief Deputy Prosecutor Eric Hoffman released a statement saying there was no evidence the two Muncie police officers committed any criminal acts when they shot 48-year-...Read more

Record turnout for Broad Ripple Duck race

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Each duck owner paid $5 to enter, raising $10-thousand for programs and projects of the Broad Ripple Village Association.Read more