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Lying at the crossroads of America, its central location, and the arrival of the railroad saw the growth of the city explode in the 19th and 20th century. The city had blossoming automobile manufacturing industry before most of the big auto makers moved there headquarters to Detroit. Now the 14th largest city in the country, it is the 3rd biggest in the Midwest, following Chicago and Detroit. The city is home of the famous Indianapolis 500 and many NCAA final Four Tournaments.

Population: 798382
Local Newspapers: Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA) Indianapolis Indians (Triple A Baseball) Indianpolis Motor Speedway
Local Colleges: Butler Uni Ball State Uni Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Zip Codes associated with indianapolis, indiana: 46107 46201 46202 46203 46204 46205 46208 46214 46217 46218 46219 24220 46221 46222 46224 46225 46226 46227 46228 46229 46231 46234 46235 46236 46237 46239 46240 46241 46250 46254 46256 46259 46260 46268 46278 46280
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Indianapolis News
Indianapolis tries to halt Carmel's 96th Street roundabout plan

Carmel's plan to build a series of roundabouts on 96th Street may have hit a roadblock, with the city of Indianapolis asking a court to stop its neighbor to the north from moving forward with the project.

Property Lines City pores over more designs for mammoth Bottleworks project on Mass Ave

Welcome to Property Lines, Indy's favorite source for neighborhood real estate news.

Wanted robbery suspect captured following hostage situation in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS A man suspected of carrying out multiple armed robberies in the Fort Wayne area has been captured by authorities in Indianapolis following a hostage standoff that started Wednesday afternoon in Indianapolis. On Tuesday, the Fort Wayne Police Department asked for the public's help in finding 44-year-old Tracy Lloyd.

Fitness competitors head to the gym for a charitable cause

Many people look forward to summertime for the chance to get out and burn a few calories. There's a special group of area athletes who are doing just that, and for a great cause.

Police, Fire a " June 22

Kindercare Learning, 980 S. State Road 135: Police responded at 5:36 p.m. Tuesday to a report of theft. Kiesha M. Taylor, 26, 1212 N. Sheffield Ave., Indianapolis; arrested on charges of driving while suspended and false identity statement and on an out-of-county warrant; held without bond.

IMPD investigating death of man found shot in vehicle

Police are investigating the shooting death of a man found in a car on the northwest side of Indianapolis Wednesday. Officers were called to the 6600 block of Hollow Run Drive, just west of Interstate 465 on the west side, shortly after noon on a report of a person down.

Robber assaults pregnant woman in front of Indianapolis business

Security cameras recorded the suspect's car driving around the parking lot. He is a passenger and the video shows what looks like a woman driving the black or dark-colored Honda.

Anthem to end Obamacare plans in Indiana

Anthem will no longer sell Obamacare plans in Indiana Indianapolis-based Anthem, the largest seller of Obamacare plans in Indiana, is pulling out of that market. Check out this story on White House press secretary Sean Spicer said American's afford to foot the bill for Obama care any longer in a call for health care reform.

Calculator usage puts thousands of ISTEP scores in jeopardy

ISTEP scores for thousands of students across the state are set to be thrown out this year, including at two Indianapolis private schools, according to state officials.

Indiana Birth, Death Data Available On Interactive Portal Wednesday, June 21

Indianapolis, Ind _ The Indiana State Department of Health has unveiled a new data portal that Hoosiers can use to review county- and state-level birth and death data from 2011-2015. The portal incorporates information from written natality and mortality reports into an interactive dashboard that allows visitors to examine five-year live birth counts, fertility rates, birth outcomes and causes of death by county of residence, age group, gender and race and ethnicity.

Round barns becoming more rare in Indiana

A picturesque century-old barn off Indiana 57 is part of a dwindling style of architecture that's inspired books, road trips and at least one retirement project. The Thomas C. Singleton barn, built in 1908, is one of 73 historic round barns remaining in Indiana, which used to have more structures in that classic style than any other state.

APNewsBreak: Congressmana s wife works part-time in $240K job

The wife of a likely Senate candidate averages a 26.5-hour work week in her $240,000-a-year job doing legal consulting for an Indianapolis suburb, according to timesheets reviewed by The Associated Press. Unlike many government contract attorneys who are paid by the hour or project, Jennifer Messer receives the same $20,000 monthly check from Fishers regardless of how much she works.

Indy among 12 cities chosen to receive Justice Department crime help

The U.S. Justice Department plans to help 12 U.S. cities, including Indianapolis, develop long-term strategies to decrease violent crime, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday.

Cross-country womena s aviation race makes stop in central Indiana

Soaring to new heights, a group of women prove that when it comes to their dreams; the sky is the limit. The 41st annual Air Race Classic kicked off Tuesday morning.

Body found on northeast side could be missing Muncie woman

A body was found in the 5300 block of 43rd St. on the northeast side Tuesday afternoon, June 20, 2017 Police and evidence technicians are at a house in the 5300 block of E. 43rd Street. They went to the house after receiving a tip from Crime Stoppers.

5 things to know for Tuesday, June 20

A witness said 42-year-old Shari Treba was drinking beer as the child sat in a stroller nearby and, at one point, chained the stroller outside the bar with her daughter unattended while she went inside for another drink. When police arrived, she registered a blood-alcohol content level of .193 percent.

Angola woman killed after wheel hits windshield

Photo of damaged SUV that was struck by a wheel that came loose from a pickup truck in Indianapolis on June 19, 2017. Photo provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department.

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