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Source: Council sues city over Regional Operations Center

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.
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Downtown Indianapolis farmers' market to offer Saturday hours

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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