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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
Plans underway for 50th anniversary of Richmond explosions

Planning is starting for events to remember the 50th anniversary of deadly explosions in the downtown Richmond area. The April 6, 1968 blasts killed more than 40 people, injured more than 120 others and destroyed 15 buildings in the community east of Indianapolis.

Abigail Williams

Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty German, 14, were both found dead in a wooded area near the Delphi Historic Trail, approximately 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis. Law enforcement is investigating the case as a double homicide.

Coroner: Death of man subdued with stun guns accidental

The death of a central Indiana man who was subdued by two sheriff's deputies using stun guns has been ruled an accident. The Journal Gazette reports Saturday that the Wells County coroner determined 34-year-old Jason Schmidt suffered cardiopulmonary arrest.

Readying for March with Brackets for Good

If you're following college basketball we're nearing an exciting time of year as the month of march is around the corner. The same can be said for many local non-profits vying for your votes in Brackets for Good.

Leaders team up for grant funding

Officials from Hancock County's towns and cities are working together to create and eventually implement a plan to connect trails throughout the county. City and town leaders have teamed up to launch a committee of community stakeholders who will chase funding opportunities to cover the cost of creating a countywide trail plan and eventually oversee the effort to implement it.

Hazing reports, alcohol poisoning plague Lehigh University frats

The tradition of students pledging for fraternities appears to have spiraled out of control at several frat houses on Lehigh University's campus in Bethlehem . Four Lehigh University Greek organizations have been named in alleged conduct violations including hazing, lying to administrators and, in one case, allowing a partygoer to become so drunk that he needed to be hospitalized for severe alcohol poisoning.

Mother speaks out about man approaching her son in restroom

A 6-year-old boy's mother is still very upset about what happened to her son at a restaurant Wednesday night. Mitzi wants every parent to realize there are child predators in some of the most unsuspecting places.

The Statehouse goes to the dogs - and cats

There's one constituent all politicians can count on for support - their pet. INDIANAPOLIS - After a long day of making tough decisions, researching legislation and working with constituents, there's always one creature happy to see a lawmaker - their pet.

Quote your way through Indianapolis at these 10 bars

NUVO is rolling out our Spring CityGuide piece by bite-sized piece this week. Find more things to do, see, eat, read, drink and contemplate here.

Indianapolis Spring City Guide 2017

Ladies, gentlemen: After an abnormally warm winter full of post-inaugural political shenanigans, it is finally, blessedly spring. And that means you no longer have an excuse for staying in your house, bundled in your blanket burrito.

Woman's body found on Indianapolis' east side

Detectives with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called to the 800 block of N. Rural Street around 7 a.m. #IMPDNOW : Detectives investigate suspicious death of female in 800 blk of Rural St. Call @cicrimestoppers w/info to help detectives.

Reward for info leading to arrest in murders of Indiana teens increases to $50K

The reward for information leading to an arrest in the murders of 13-year-old Libby German and 14-year-old Abby Williams has increased. The reward has increased by $9,000 after the office of United States Representative Todd Rokita donated the money, bringing the total up to $50,000.

Local Police, Fire a " February 24

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following information was summarized from the records of city, council and state police, fire and hospital agencies. Cody R. Manvilla, 25, Taylorsville, false informing, possession of methamphetamine, driving while suspended with a prior conviction, operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license and four Bartholomew County warrants, 9:44 p.m., by the Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department, held in lieu of $33,500 bond.

Star Wars... according to first graders

After reading to a first grade class at Acton Elementary in Franklin Township, WTHR's Carlos Diaz decided to test their Star Wars knowledge INDIANAPOLIS - On Wednesday, I was honored to have the chance to read to Mrs. Gilkerson's first grade class at Acton Elementary School in Franklin Township as part of "Read Across America." Being a huge Star Wars fan, I decided to read them a book called "A New Hope."

State orders day care to stop illegal operation

INDIANAPOLIS The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has ordered an Indianapolis child care to stop operating illegally after the death of a 4-month-old boy. FSSA issued a cease and desist order to Mischa Bennett of Elmonte Court, accusing her of caring for 11 children without the proper license.

Mayor, IMPD chief introduce Narcan training for community providers

Mayor Joe Hogsett, along with IMPD Chief Bryan Roach and the director of Marion County Public Health unveiled a plan to train members of the community on the proper use of Narcan, a medication that reverses the effects of opioids such as heroin. The training program, which kicked off Thursday morning around 10 a.m. at the IMPD East District office, is designed for homeless outreach providers and is being offered to the city's partners in the Indianapolis Continuum of Care.

ESL teachers helping students, families learn their rights in case of deportation

Indianapolis Public Schools teachers who teach English as a second language will go through immigration training on Thursday and Friday. IPS organized the training after so many teachers and students had questions about President Donald Trump's pending policies and executive orders on immigration.

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