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Kahn's Fine Wines & Spirits owner Jim Arnold sold and closed his Far-Northside location today to Lauth Properties to make way for a Fresh Thyme Farmers Market.
Sarah Jo Pender was convicted along with her former boyfriend, Richard Hull, of murdering their roommates Andrew Cataldi and Tricia Nordman on Oct. 24, 2000, in Indiana.
The two women who were abducted at the Avon Wal-Mart and later repeatedly raped have filed a lawsuit against the retail giant that alleges the company failed to intervene and call police after a man kidnapped them at gunpoint.
Police arrested an Indianapolis man in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed an infant this week.
After months of record snowfall, freezing temperatures and killer wind chills, the 56th annual Indiana Flower & Patio Show’s glimpse of spring is more than welcome.
The company has leased an additional 7,500 square feet of space at its local office, 3077 E. 98th St., Suite 180.
Mayor Greg Ballard and his staff have come up with a great plan: rebuild the city's budget by rebuilding its tax base with thousands of new residents.
Thomas Taggart was born Nov. 17, 1856 in Monyhan County, Ireland and brought to America in 1861 by his parents who settled in Xenia, Ohio.
A man accused in a home invasion and abduction of two women is facing new charges.
A man charged in the kidnapping and rape of two women in Avon has been formally charged for Marion County crimes, prosecutors announced Thursday.
We know what police found after serving that high risk warrant on a known drug house Wednesday night.
Thieves are targeting employees who answer the phones at businesses in a long-running utility company billing scam that police are tracking in the Indianapolis area.
Four Indianapolis police officers were shot Wednesday night while trying to serve a search warrant for drugs on a Near Eastside home.
An IMPD officer has been shot in an incident on the southeast side of Indianapolis.
Afternoons with Amos kicked off its coverage of Election 2014 with its first of what will be the most live candidate interviews of any Indianapolis media - Print - TV - Radio.
Four people were shot in Indianapolis in three apparently unrelated incidents within a half an hour Wednesday afternoon, but no one appeared to sustain life-threatening injuries.
Flashing lights are shown on a police car on an emergency run on March 7, 2013. Charlie Nye / The Star.