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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.
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
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IMPD apprehends woman believed to have shot, killed her grandmother
The woman sought in connection to the shooting death of her grandmother has been apprehended near 56th Street and Post Road on the city's east side, police say. Kaycee Anderson and her vehicle were found on Herbert Lord Road in a park-like area with soccer fields south of Fort Harrison State Park just before 3:30 p.m. #IMPDNOW : Kaycee Anderson, wanted in connection with E 21st St Homicide, apprehended near 56th/Post Rd. #ThankYou to all who assisted INDIANAPOLIS - A woman has been shot and killed on the city's east side and police believe her granddaughter is the shooter.Boone prosecutor seeking death penalty in attack on couple
A central Indiana prosecutor has filed death penalty charges against a teenager accused in the home invasion stabbing death of a 73-year-old suburban Indianapolis man and an assault on his wife. Boone County Prosecutor Todd Meyer said Wednesday that the five aggravating factors that make the death penalty possible against 20-year-old Zachariah Wright of Lebanon include allegedly committing the murder while also committing an arson and burglary.President Trumpa s Indiana visit to bring him to Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana State Police arrested three people were early Wednesday morning near 37th Street and Leland Avenue after leading a Trooper on a short chase. All three arrested are teenagers.Indiana singer-songwriter riding out Hurricane Maria in US Virgin Islands
This photo provided by Frank Phazian shows flooding caused by Hurricane Maria near Le Raizet, Guadeloupe, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017.IFD searching for driver who ruptured house during northeast side house fire
INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Fire Department officials are searching for a driver who ran over one of their hoses while they fought a fire at a north side home Sunday. They shared the video on their Facebook page Tuesday morning.Indianapolis developer chosen for $72M project in Bloomington
An advisory commission has chosen a proposal from an Indianapolis-based developer for a new convention center and hotel development in downtown Bloomington that is expected to cost about $72 million.Food pantry opens in Indianapolis elementary school
More than 1 million Hoosiers don't know where they'll find their next meal, and q in 5 Indiana children is hungry. A new campaign was announced Tuesday by Kroger hopes to address the problem.Police: pizza shop uses Facebook to help catch robbery suspect
INDIANAPOLIS - Surveillance video helped police catch a robbery suspect who they say robbed an east side Mom and Pop pizza restaurant. Police say the same man may be responsible for a second attack on an elderly woman.Castleton mall shoe store implicated in drug ring now closed
A Castleton Square mall store is closed after authorities revealed that drug buys began there as part of a ring that stretched from Muncie to Indianapolis. Anton Holland told police he and Danny Terry co-owned Circle City Soul at the northeast side mall, according to charging documents filed in Marion Superior Court Criminal Division.Indianapolis college student killed by school bus identified
Coroners have identified a college student who was struck and killed by a school bus on a downtown Indianapolis campus. The Marion County Coroner's Office said Tuesday that 18-year-old Fatima Hassuneh died of multiple blunt force injuries.Indianapolis college student killed by school bus identified
Coroners have identified a college student who was struck and killed by a school bus on a downtown Indianapolis campus. The Marion County Coroner's Office said Tuesday that 18-year-old Fatima Hassuneh died of multiple blunt force injuries.5 things you need to know for Tuesday, Sept. 19
Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says that the island suffered "widespread devastation" from Maria. With Puerto Rico appearing destined for a hit, officials in the U.S. territory warned residents of wooden or otherwise flimsy homes to find safe shelter.Traffic stop leads to drug bust
A 20-year-old man told police he had been paid to take thousands of dollars worth of drugs from Franklin to Southport, when the drugs were discovered during a traffic stop. Namneet Rai, 20, Indianapolis, was arrested on charges of dealing in a schedule IV controlled substance, dealing marijuana, possession of marijuana, all felonies, and possession of a controlled substance.Shooting under investigation: Teenager recovering in hospital
A 16-year-old is recovering at a local hospital after having been shot in the back late Saturday at a home in a McCordsville neighborhood. Few details have been released about what led to the incident, with local police assuring neighbors the investigation is ongoing.Holcomb names OB-GYN to be next health commissioner
Gov. Eric Holcomb has named an OB-GYN to be Indiana's next heath commissioner. The Republican governor's office announced Monday that Dr. Kristina Box will start in her new role on Oct. 16. She is replacing Dr. Jerome Adams, who left the post to become President Donald Trump's surgeon general.Check Your Dehumidifier! Another dehumidifier fire in Indy sends two...
INDIANAPOLIS - Tim Brown says his 77-year-old father and 75-year-old aunt are lucky to be alive. They were sleeping in their north side Indianapolis home Sunday morning as it began to fill with toxic smoke.
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