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Indianapolis police and firefighters staffed sites for people to safely drop off medicines no longer needed for National Drug Take Back Day. [Read More]
The Boilermakers beat the Hawkeyes 24-20 to win a season opener for the first time since 2016... [Read More]
Random population testing may be needed to prevent coronavirus outbreaks from occurring, White House's Dr. Deborah Birx said. [Read More]
The restaurant, inside Le Meridien Indianapolis, has switched from seafood to French. [Read More]
More than half a million Indiana voters have requested absentee ballots to vote by mail, according to data from the Secretary of State's office. [Read More]
Changes are coming for downtown Indianapolis restaurants: Repeal will be replaced by 1205 Distillery and Greek's Pizzeria. [Read More]
Sun King opened a new taproom at the Indianapolis International Airport. The coronavirus pandemic delayed its arrival. [Read More]
Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department responded to a report of a person shot at West 38th Street and High School Road shortly after 7 p.m.... [Read More]
The Purdue Boilermakers start the 2020 football season Saturday at home against Iowa. Here's what you can expect. [Read More]
U.S. Attorney General William Barr meets with law enforcement personnel about Operation Legend, a federal-local effort to tackle gun violence, drug trafficking and gang activity. [Read More]
This is what Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said about the state of coronavirus in Indiana on Wednesday, Oct. 21. [Read More]
Thousands of dollars from outside groups have poured into Indiana's 5th Congressional District race, but it's more consequential for those here. [Read More]
Biden wants a carbon free power sector by 2035, while Indiana predominantly runs on coal. Here is what Biden's climate plan could mean for the... [Read More]
The environment has close ties to many of 2020's biggest events, including COVID-19, public outcry for racial justice, and west coast wildfires. [Read More]
Big Ten football has already experienced a wild, wacky year. It could get even weirder as the games are set to begin. [Read More]
The U.S. government has expanded nursing home visitation guidance to include indoor visits, but families will still have to push, the writers say. [Read More]
What's left of Indiana Avenue are jazz banners and signs. But local historians say those nods ignore the racism that led to the Avenue's destruction. [Read More]
Plus, other HamCo races to keep an eye on. Curated by Kaitlin Lange, MJ Slaby and John Tuohy. [Read More]
The Marion County coroner's office on Thursday identified the victim as 22-year-old Austin Holtsclaw. Holtsclaw died of a gunshot wound. [Read More]
The Marion County Coroner on Thursday night identified the victim as  32-year-old Nathaniel Leslie. No cause of death has been determined. [Read More]
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