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3 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
A Blue Heron stands on a log during the White River Clean Up, Noblesville, Sept. 13, 2014.
7 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
As the United States works to assemble a coalition against the Islamic State group, the White House is trying to make clear what a successful outcome would be. President Barack Obama's chief of staff puts it this way: The militants no longer would threaten the United States or its allies in the Mideast, no longer would add followers and no longer would threaten Muslims.
12 hrs ago | WISH-TV Indianapolis
Niemeyer lost control of the vehicle causing it to flip and roll on top of him. Friends at the scene called 911.
13 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
He was "one of the greats of his age," Hyde says. Each work day Charles A. Hyde walks through doors once entered by Benjamin Harrison.
A militarized campus police department armed with M-14 rifles and full riot gear? Several Indiana colleges have acquired weapons, vehicles, protective gear. Indiana campus police acquire military surplus gear A militarized campus police department armed with M-14 rifles and full riot gear? Several Indiana colleges have acquired weapons, vehicles, protective gear.
A Japanese auto parts supplier says it plans to invest $73.5 million in a 151,000-square-foot manufacturing plant near Interstate 74 in Jamestown. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. says in a news release that Fukai Toyotetsu Indiana Corp.'s plant is expected to employ up to 195 people by 2017.
Mobile home fire victim identified This is the 16th fire fatality IFD has seen this year Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1tMLSXR The fire broke out at 4:17 a.m. on the 7500 block of East Washington Street, said Indianapolis Fire Department spokesman Rita Reith. A neighbor called 911 and tried to enter the house, where the owner appeared to be trapped, but was unsuccessful due to the heat.
A woman, who was in a minor accident, drove off and then lost control of her car, flipping the vehicle, police said. Child critically hurt when car flips on Far Eastside A woman, who was in a minor accident, drove off and then lost control of her car, flipping the vehicle, police said.
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For the second time this school year, students at Cathedral High School are mourning the loss of a fellow student because of suicide. It comes during Suicide Prevention Week, when advocates and family members are working to spread awareness about depression and mental illness.
NUVO just received the following: Statement from former Indiana Gov. Evan Bayh regarding the 2016 gubernatorial race INDIANAPOLIS - Former Indiana Gov. Evan Bayh released the following statement today regarding the 2016 gubernatorial race: "Serving as Governor of Indiana has been the greatest honor of my life. Working with many wonderful people from both political parties, our administration fostered economic growth, fiscal stability, and educational, environmental and social progress.
Many of the arrests made this week by Marion County sheriff's deputies were for sex offenders who failed to register with authorities. Marion County sex offender sweep leads to 52 arrests Many of the arrests made this week by Marion County sheriff's deputies were for sex offenders who failed to register with authorities.
Mass on Main is the only Store like it in the state and pretty remarkable that it is possible for six equally terrific local shops to work so well together - in one space. Led by Silver in the City , Nurture , Crimson Tate and Handmade Promenade , Best Chocolate in Town and Global Gifts come together to bring Camel the best of the best.
The Indianapolis community is reeling from two student deaths this week. Lawrence Central and Cathedral High Schools both announced the death of a student.
Indy lands $2M federal grant to plan express bus route Route would run from Westfield to Greenwood Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1tDIAWL Indianapolis has landed a $2 million federal grant to plan construction of a rapid transit bus line from Westfield to Greenwood. U.S Rep. AndrA© Carson, D-Ind., announced today that the grant will be used to help the IndyGo bus system and the city pay for environmental analysis and preliminary engineering for the Red Line, a proposed 28-mile bus route running from Hamilton to Johnson County, passing through Indianapolis.
IndyStar employees and executives watch as the new lighted sign changes colors on the IndyStar office building where Star Media and The Indianapolis Star will move into later this month at the corner of Georgia and South Meridian streets. The sign was tested at dusk on Thursday evening, September 11, 2014.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 04:26 pm
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