Officials say they decided to close the schools after 200 kids called in sick last week.
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Management of Jordan’s Chicken, Fish & Gyros said there was no better way to honor their employees than to feed the community that they were…
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Hospitals are taking action to protect expectant mothers and their unborn children from drug addiction.
Beech Grove recorded its first homicides since 2015 over the weekend.
Indianapolis’ first ever mac and cheese festival is in the books.
The company spent $30 million on the building.
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The Consumer Product Safety Commission says over 200 kids have died from furniture or televisions falling on them since the year 2000.
A homeowner says at least seven homes in the 800 block of North Oakland Avenue were damaged in gunfire.
Several nearby intersections were shut down for hours after officials investigated.
DeAndra Yates posted to Facebook Live about her family’s continued ordeal to voice her frustrations.
It’s the 103rd year for the show.
Second Presbyterian Church will host a public calling Friday, Jan. 6 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 7 …