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Source: Council sues city over Regional Operations Center


The Indianapolis City-County Council has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the city over the Regional Operations Center on the east side. More>>


Broad Ripple to get new beer bar Video included

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HopCat is the name of the $2.5 million restaurant and bar which will be located on the bottom floor of the new parking garage at the corner of Westfield Boulevard and College Ave.  More>>

Democrats eye 15 cities for 2016 convention Video included


Just because Indianapolis is on that list doesn't mean the city is actively pursuing the 2016 convention; they have simply been asked to submit a host city bid. It is certainly an honor to be considered but it is also expensive. More>>

Marion County Animal Care & Control director resigns Video included

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Marion County Animal Care & Control director Dan Shackle has resigned, and retired Indianapolis Metro Police Lt. Spencer Moore will serve as interim director. More>>

Pacers Bikeshare program kicks off Tuesday


The program launches Tuesday, featuring 250 bikes that you can rent at 25 stations located throughout the city on or near the Cultural Trail. More>>

City of Indianapolis releases list of Rebuild Indy 2 projects Video included


The Rebuild Indy 2 list covers hundreds of road projects, but will the City-County Council sign off on the $350 million plan? More>>

Crews scramble to repair roads along 500 Festival Mini Marathon route Video included


The 500 Festival Mini Marathon is just two weeks away and runners aren't the only ones hitting the pavement in preparation for the 13.1 mile race.

Downtown Indianapolis farmers' market to offer Saturday hours


This summer, you'll be able to shop at the Farmers' Market in downtown Indianapolis on the weekend. More>>

New cultural district includes makeover for CCB Plaza Video included


The old Market Square Arena area has a new name:  Market East.  It's the city's seventh Cultural District. More>>

DPW seeks extra $7M from council for snow removal overages Video included


The Department of Public Works says they need millions of dollars to do their jobs after overspending during this year's extreme winter weather. More>>

SWAT officers, Tech basketball honored at council meeting


The City-County Council Monday recognized the IMPD SWAT team for their efforts during a drug raid last month. More>>

CIB approves $160M Pacers deal Video included


The Capital Improvement Board has approved a $160M deal to keep the Pacers in Indianapolis for the next 13 years. More>>

City defends $160M Pacers deal Video included


City leaders are defending a $160 million deal with the Indiana Pacers a day after WTHR broke the story on the new long-term contract. More>>

Pacers, City of Indianapolis reach long-term deal


While fans will no doubt cheer the deal, it comes at a hefty price. Over the next 13 years the city will pay more $140 million alone to maintain and operate Bankers Life Fieldhouse. More>>

Indianapolis, ACLU reach panhandling deal


Indianapolis and American Civil Liberties Union have reached a deal over the city's panhandling ordinance. The city can keep panhandlers from asking drivers for money, but it can't stop them from soliciting pedestrians. More>>

More churches fighting crime Video included


The recent spike in violent crime has sparked a community pushback to attack the problem at its root and local churches are taking the lead.

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    Mary Milz

    Mary Milz covers breaking stories and ongoing developments affecting residents of the Indianapolis metropolitan area.More >>
    A veteran journalist with 18 years experience in TV news, Mary Milz is Channel 13's City Beat reporter, covering breaking stories and ongoing developments affecting residents of the Indianapolis metropolitan area.More >>
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