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ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, JULY 28 - In this photo taken on July 10, 2014, Hamilton County hog farmer Jay Rulon, Arcadia, Ind.
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Sheridan resident Kelsie Waitt had just four and a half hours to prepare for the Supreme Showmanship competition at the Hamilton County 4-H Fair July 21, making for a bit of a shock when she won Grand Champion that night.
The pleasant temperatures throughout the 4-H Fair caused a good turnout of patrons and long lines in the food court, which caused many to sell out.
A Fishers 19-year-old who says he was attached by a police dog at the scene of a fatal stabbing says he intends to sue.
Federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents and local police officers raided clinics Friday morning in Carmel, Noblesville, Muncie, Kokomo and Centerville following an undercover operation that began in 2011.
Local police and federal agents have arrested 11 people in an opiate prescription drug ring this morning, among them four doctors and former Republican candidate for the Hamilton County Council, Andrew Dollard.
Investigators say a 20-year-old bicyclist who was killed in a crash in a central Indiana town wasn't struck by a vehicle.
I come today in peace, understanding the built-in opposition about commuter taxes but hoping to raise a few questions and start a conversation.
From left: Chuck Goodrich, Riverview Health Foundation board of directors chairman; Trish Oman, Riverview Health Foundation executive director; and Bruce Kettler, Beck's Hybrids director of public relations.
Emergency dispatchers told The Indianapolis Star that lightning strikes Wednesday started fires at three homes in Hamilton County north of Indianapolis and two in Hendricks County east of the city.
At Agave Bar and Grill, 31 E. Main St., Carmel, diners have been getting more than what they paid for.
The Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission will be bringing audiences back to Depression-era circus life with their interpretation of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It" this summer.
Karissa Rulon, 15, Arcadia, a 7-year 4-H member, feeds a pig on her family's farm.
Promoting peace is something that has to start at a young age says Diane Baker, Executive Director of Family Development Services for Marion and Hamilton counties.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 11:19 pm
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