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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
Drake stops performance to tell a fan to stop groping women in his crowd

INDIANAPOLIS - During an after party concert in Australia, rapper Drake stopped the mid-song to point out a guy in the crowd who was groping women. "If you don't stop touching girls, I will come out there and f*** you up," the rapper said.The interaction was caught on video by @louisesukari and posted to her Instagram .

Mainstreet Property Group cuts 12 workers in reorganization

Mainstreet Property Group, a Carmel-based developer of senior care facilities, said it has laid off 12 employees as part of a corporate reorganization.

Bacon, holiday shopping, music among Top 8 things to do in Indy this weekend

Next week's culinary focus might be turkey, but this week belongs to all things BACON in Indy! Through Sunday, stop by at one of over 30 participating local restaurants that are offering $5 bacon dishes. View a full list of participants and their offers! We're still a week away from Thanksgiving, which means stores have already skipped the last full week of November to get a jump on the Christmas holiday shopping craze.

Man gets 3 years in prison for fatal hit-and-run

An Indianapolis man was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to the May hit-and-run death of Karen Turner. Brian Ramsey, 45, was arrested in July in connection with the May 19 crash near the intersection of Holt Road and Sam Jones Expressway.

Caesars deal could create gaming juggernaut in Indiana

Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. is in the final stages of negotiations to buy locally based Centaur Gaming's Hoosier Park casino in Anderson and Indiana Grand casino in Shelbyville, Bloomberg News is reporting.

IMPD homicide investigating death of 21-year-old woman found in car on Indy's south side

Police found 21-year-old Kaylin Cole dead inside a car Wednesday, November 15, 2017. INDIANAPOLIS - Metro homicide detectives are investigating after a woman was found dead inside a car on the near south side Wednesday.

Traffic stop leads to 3 arrests, recovery of $1,500 worth of stolen merchandise

A Wednesday evening traffic stop led to the arrest of three Indianapolis women and the recovery of stolen merchandise worth more than $1,500. According to the Indiana State Police, a vehicle was pulled over just after 10 p.m. in the area of 34th Street and Emerson Avenue for a nonworking headlight.

New grocery store opens in Downtown Indy, a second works to remodel

The Marsh store on Michigan St. in downtown Indianapolis will reopen as a Kroger on Thursday, November 16th. INDIANAPOLIS - Fall is an active time for the grocery store scene in downtown Indianapolis: one store will open, another is under construction, while another prepares for a renovation project.

WTHR among fundraisers honored at annual downtown ceremony

INDIANAPOLIS - A ceremony was held Wednesday to recognize the winners of the 35th Annual Indiana Philanthropy Awards at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. The ceremony was put on by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, which empowers people and organizations to make significant contributions in our communities.

PC: Wheelchair-bound man tortured to death

Three years to the day after he died, Indianapolis police say they have made an arrest in the murder of Garry Borer. Borer was found dead in his wheelchair in the unattached garage of his home in the 1000 block of North Tibbs Avenue on Nov. 15, 2014.

Video shows large fight at Lawrence North HS

Several students involved in a fight caught on video outside Lawrence North High School Tuesday will not be allowed to return to school. The video, which was taken outside the high school and posted on YouTube, shows a group of students attacking each other as other students try to step in.

American Legion Baseball to participate in ABCA Convention

The home of American Legion Baseball will host the nation's preeminent baseball coaching convention Jan. 4-7, as the 2018 American Baseball Coaches Association Convention will take place in Indianapolis. American Legion Baseball will once again take part in the annual event as an exhibitor.

Pencea s short trip to NFL game cost Indianapolis police $14K

Vice President Mike Pence's attendance at an NFL game that he quickly left after a national anthem protest cost Indianapolis about $14,000 in police overtime and other costs. The figures were released Tuesday by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.

Father charged in baby's injuryThe baby had gotten her leg caught in...

The baby had gotten her leg caught in a crib two weeks before she was taken to a hospital for critical injuries, and she had sometimes gotten caught in her bouncy seat, her mother said.

Commission backs lifting Sunday alcohol sales ban as debate rages on

INDIANAPOLIS - Sunday alcohol sales and cold vs. warm beer are just two of the issues under consideration by the state's Alcohol Code Revisions Commission. Two of the three sides in the debate have crafted a deal squeezing out the convenience stores, so Tuesday, the state got to weigh in on the deal.

2 children rescued from pond on Indy's W. side

INDIANAPOLIS Two children nearly drowned Tuesday afternoon after they were found in a retention pond by two adults on Indy's west side. Indianapolis firefighters said a 9-year-old boy went into a neighborhood retention pond near Cold Spring Road and Granada Circle but began to drown.

Indianapolis suing several opioid makers and distributors

The city of Indianapolis is suing several pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors, alleging that their actions are to blame for the city's growing opioid crisis. The federal lawsuit filed Tuesday says the "dramatic increase" in prescription painkiller use in Indianapolis was caused by the companies' deceptive marketing and their "failure to identify, report and stop suspicious orders" of opioids.

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