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Murder on the West side of Indy
Indianapolis—The IMPD is investigating a shooting that left one person dead Wednesday before 4 p.m. at Wyckford Commons apartments near West 10th Street and North Girls School Road.
First winter storm of season expected to hit area today
With a significant winter weather system expected to make its way to Indiana this evening, state officials are warning Hoosiers to prepare in advance.
IMPD still searching for a suspect involved in Tuesday shooting
At approximately 10:20 p.m. Dec. 3 Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers were dispatched to the 5400 block of Falcon Creek Way on the report of shots fired.
'Miracle on 34th Street' at Hendricks Civic Theatre
Hendricks Civic Theatre will present this year’s holiday production of “Miracle on 34th Street” the first two weekends of December.
'The Blend' to perform at famed Carnegie Hall
Brownsburg High School’s male choral ensemble, “The Blend,” has been given the unique opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York next month.
BPD searching for storage unit thieves
Police here are searching for two male suspects wanted in connection with thefts from about 20 storage units at the Self Storage Locker at 1400 E. Main St., early Sunday morning.
Christmas Under the Stars returns to Brownsburg
Residents here will have another opportunity to ring in the holiday spirit on Saturday with the fifth annual Christmas Under the Stars Parade.
- Lawson settles 4-year-oldlawsuit with ISTA and NEA Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced this week that her office has finalized a settlement of a federal securities fraud lawsuit for $14 million with the Indiana State Teachers Association (ISTA) and the National Education Association (NEA). The
- Santa arrives in Indy The Indianapolis International Airport (IND) once again hosted a very famous visitor on Saturday -- jolly old St. Nick. Civic Plaza was turned into a winter wonderland where several hundred children and their families came to see Santa and enjoy free
- Rehab center holdsdrive for Toys for Tots Danville Regional Rehabilitation Center in Danville is a drop off center for the Toys for Tots program. For each new, unwrapped $10 toy donated, participants will receive an entry into a raffle to win a Christmas basket full of fun and decorative it
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