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Eclipse glasses giveaway and last day at the fair

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If you've had a hard time tracking down those eclipse glasses for Monday, you're not alone! Even though stores have been running out and online prices are skyrocketing,...Read more

Eclipse glasses giveaway and last day at the fair

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If you've had a hard time tracking down those eclipse glasses for Monday, you're not alone! Even though stores have been running out and online prices are skyrocketing,...Read more

WATCH: Queen of Free saving for Christmas

WATCH: Queen of Free saving for Christmas

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It may seem early but the Queen of Free says now is the time to think about saving money for Christmas. Read more
WATCH: Home & Garden dealing with mosquitoes

WATCH: Home & Garden dealing with mosquitoes

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This week, he talks about ways to deal with mosquitoes.Read more

Purdue University to expand alcohol sales at sporting events

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Purdue University is hoping to increase revenue and attendance at sporting events by selling alcohol.Read more


Replacement eyed for mold-infested West Lafayette City Hall

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Officials in West Lafayette are starting work toward replacing its mold-infested City Hall that was torn down in February.Read more

Indiana city aims to finish leveling 180 blighted homes

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Crews in an eastern Indiana city that began demolishing blighted homes two years ago hope to have leveled more than 180 by year's end.Read more

IMPD investigating man found dead on the east side

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Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department homicide detectives are in the 2300 block of Hoyt Avenue near Fountain Square on Sunday morning investigating after a man was...Read more

Police arrest serial armed robbery suspect

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Detectives from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Robbery Unit arrested 41-year-old Montrez McMath Saturday for a series of robberies of gas stations on...Read more

No Powerball winner, jackpot swells to $650M

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Powerball officials say there was no grand prize winner in the latest drawing, meaning one of the nation's largest lottery jackpots will continue growing.Read more

Anderson stages parade for birthday boy

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An Anderson mother posted on Facebook this week asking people to drive by her house and wish her son, Matthew, a happy birthday today. That simple request turned into...Read more

IMPD investigates possible human remains found on west side

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Investigators are trying to figure out if bones someone found on the west side Saturday afternoon are human remains.Read more

Indiana State Fair asks vendors to drop Confederate goods

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Vendors at the Indiana State Fair have been asked to stop selling goods with Confederate symbols. Read more


Clear the Shelters promotes free adoption

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Hoosiers opened their homes and hearts to new pets this weekend as part of the Clear the Shelters program.Read more

Man arrested for vandalizing Confederate monument in Garfield Park

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Police arrested an Indianapolis man Saturday for taking a hammer to the Confederate monument in Garfield ParkRead more

SWAT called to Emerson Ave apartment complex

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A Metro Police SWAT team was called to the area of Emerson Avenue and Shelbyville Road on the southeast side to look for a man that was never found.Read more

Civilian researchers have located USS Indianapolis wreckage

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Civilian researchers led by Paul Allen, a entrepreneur and philanthropist, say they have found the wreck of the USS Indianapolis that went down on July 30, 1945 after...Read more

Gen Con fun for families

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Superheroes, cartoon characters and action stars have filled the convention center all weekend. Organizers were expecting to see the biggest turnout on Saturday at...Read more