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An Indianapolis teenager who pleaded guilty to murder, aggravated battery and robbery for a crime spree last year has been sentenced to 59 years in prison.
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Two are digital pieces by Stefan Petranek. The Indianapolis-based artist created two new one-minute works especially for the airport based on his original footage filmed while flying, on the airport grounds, and inside the terminal.
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Indianapolis will say goodbye to a hero today. Fallen IMPD Officer Perry Renn will be laid to rest .
14 hrs ago | Daily Journal
Indianapolis will block a key artery in a nightlife district to motor vehicles on Friday and Saturday nights to reduce violence there.
At least 50 people in Indiana have been targeted in a copyright infringement lawsuit and accused of illegally downloading the Oscar-winning film, "Dallas Buyers Club."
Officers stood at attention at a flag presentation, as the colors Renn served to protect, both as a police officer and soldier, were placed at a memorial to him.
Many of us struggle to eat better. It can be difficult when you're busy keeping up with work, kids and bills.
When you are 3 years old, you should be playing with toys, not stuck in a hospital.
Court documents say Gregory Konrath's girlfriend turned him in to police for the plot to kill his ex-wife.
Former Indiana Schools Superintendent Tony Bennett has agreed to pay $5,000 as part of a settlement with Indiana's ethics watchdog in which he admits to using state resources for campaign work but is cleared of formal ethics violations in the grade-change scandal that cost him his job as Florida's schools chief last year.
Bart Peterson, left, and Pete McNamara, center, are married by Marion County Clerk Beth White in Indianapolis.
A 9-year-old southern Indiana boy is looking for help finding his race car that was stolen from the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Criminals follow the path of least resistance. That's according to FOP Vice President Rick Snyder, who was joined yesterday by Public Safety Director Troy Riggs and IMPD Chief Rick Hite to call for the funding needed to hire more police officers.
The call came in around 7:07 a.m. Right now, there's no word on the number of people hurt or the extent of those injuries.
A driver was shot this morning near 56th Street and Georgetown Road, police said, following a disturbance between people driving in separate vehicles.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:21 pm
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