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East side group receives award for work toward change
News 5 hours ago
East side group receives award for work toward change

INDIANAPOLIS - Running an organization and volunteering can feel like a thankless task, but the Far East Side Community Council is feeling...

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Volunteers bring new life to west side Indianapolis park
News 1 week ago
Volunteers bring new life to west side Indianapolis park

INDIANAPOLIS-Something very good was happening Friday in a near west side Indianapolis neighborhood that sees its share of troubles. About 60 IU...

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'Underutilized' Indy property to get $66M apartment complex
News 1 week ago
'Underutilized' Indy property to get $66M apartment complex

INDIANAPOLIS - Once thought dead, it looks like a $66 million apartment complex will be built in downtown Indianapolis after all. Plans for the...

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Bike ride puts city's 'neighborway' movement into focus
News 3 weeks ago
Bike ride puts city's 'neighborway' movement into focus

INDIANAPOLIS - The city's push to become more bike friendly and accessible in neighborhoods took a step forward Monday when Freewheelin' Community...

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Jim Irsay puts Zionsville mansion and property up for sale
News 3 weeks ago
Jim Irsay puts Zionsville mansion and property up for sale

ZIONSVILLE - Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay put a $2.5 million mansion, along with a neighboring $1.5 million property, up for sale. The...

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Plans for $66M downtown apartment complex could be back on
News 3 weeks ago
Plans for $66M downtown apartment complex could be back on

INDIANAPOLIS - A new $66 million apartment complex in downtown Indianapolis could become a reality after all after a City-County Council committee...

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Residents relieved after steel-dust recycling plant thwarted
News 1 month ago
Residents relieved after steel-dust recycling plant thwarted

MUNCIE - At a packed town hall and in the streets of Muncie, residents are celebrating news most other cities would dread: a new development is not...

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Health dept. threatens to sue Indy apartment complex infested with mice
News 1 month ago
Health dept. threatens to sue Indy apartment complex infested with mice

INDIANAPOLIS -It's been a nightmare for a family living on the northeast side of Indianapolis. Their apartment has been infested with mice, roaches...

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IHA leader questions property purchases
News 1 month ago
IHA leader questions property purchases

INDIANAPOLIS - At this moment, thousands of families are waiting desperately to get housing. At the same time, money being funneled through the...

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Lyft provides $2 deal to get Indy residents to grocery store
News 1 month ago
Lyft provides $2 deal to get Indy residents to grocery store

INDIANAPOLIS - For just $2 round trip a Lyft driver will pick Indianapolis residents up at their home and take them to a nearby grocery store -...

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Seniors worry they're being priced out of retirement home
News 1 month ago
Seniors worry they're being priced out of retirement home

BROWNSBURG - A group of Brownsburg senior worry they're about to be priced out of their retirement community, but the new owner says her new group...

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An Indy landfill could be expanding, residents voice concern
News 1 month ago
An Indy landfill could be expanding, residents voice concern

Copyright 2019 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. INDIANAPOLIS -...

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Problem-ridden Indy apt. complex loses tax-exempt status
News 1 month ago
Problem-ridden Indy apt. complex loses tax-exempt status

INDIANAPOLIS - A problem-ridden northeast side Indianapolis apartment complex facing hundreds of health code violations has lost its tax-exempt...

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Study says Indy is one of the worst places for renters
News 2 months ago
Study says Indy is one of the worst places for renters

INDIANAPOLIS - A new study finds that Indianapolis is one of the worst places in America to rent a house or an apartment. Online financial...

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'Waterside' will bring development to old GM stamping plant
News 2 months ago
'Waterside' will bring development to old GM stamping plant

INDIANAPOLIS - The former site of the GM stamping plant will eventually be home to apartments, restaurants, retail and more. Developers invited the...

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Plans for $66 million downtown apartment complex appear dead
News 2 months ago
Plans for $66 million downtown apartment complex appear dead

INDIANAPOLIS - Plans for a new $66 million apartment complex in downtown Indianapolis look to be dead after a City-County Council committee split...

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State sues man, biz for operating as unlicensed car dealer
News 2 months ago
State sues man, biz for operating as unlicensed car dealer

INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Attorney General's office filed a lawsuit July 19 against an Indianapolis man accused of operating as an unlicensed car...

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Muncie apartment residents endure during power outage
News 2 months ago
Muncie apartment residents endure during power outage

MUNCIE - The dropping temperatures are a huge relief for some residents of a Muncie public housing complex who haven't had electricity or air...

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Muncie public housing apartment building without full power
News 2 months ago
Muncie public housing apartment building without full power

MUNCIE - A public housing apartment building in Muncie has been without full power due to an electrical issue since around July 6. Due to an...

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Company hiring more than 200 warehouse workers in Brownsburg
News 2 months ago
Company hiring more than 200 warehouse workers in Brownsburg

BROWNSBURG - More than 200 warehouse jobs need to be filled in Brownsburg. Adecco is handling the hiring for Radial's new Brownsburg warehouse....

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Residents concerned about semis in empty grocery store lot
News 2 months ago
Residents concerned about semis in empty grocery store lot

INDIANAPOLIS - People living on the far east side say the parking lot of a former grocery store is turning into an unauthorized truck stop for...

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Indianapolis woman begs property manger to fix leaking ceiling
News 2 months ago
Indianapolis woman begs property manger to fix leaking ceiling

INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis woman's ceiling has been leaking for months, and she's asked her property managers to fix it - but that hasn't...

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Multiple Kohl's stores located around Indianapolis hiring
News 2 months ago
Multiple Kohl's stores located around Indianapolis hiring

INDIANAPOLIS - Multiple Kohl's stores located in the Indianapolis market are seeking to hire part- and full-time employees at almost ten of its...

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Penrose on Mass Ave apartment hosts ribbon cutting
News 2 months ago
Penrose on Mass Ave apartment hosts ribbon cutting

INDIANAPOLIS - Penrose on Mass Ave held a ribbon cutting this Tuesday afternoon marking the opening of the city's newest apartment building. The...

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Hundreds of violations found at Indy apartment complex
News 2 months ago
Hundreds of violations found at Indy apartment complex

Copyright 2019 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Neil Cox is...

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Cake Bake Shop's new location in Carmel now open
News 2 months ago
Cake Bake Shop's new location in Carmel now open

CARMEL - The Cake Bake Shop at the Carmel City Center is now officially open. The local bakery opened its second location at 800 S. Rangeline Road...

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Avon Town Council approves new development
News 2 months ago
Avon Town Council approves new development

AVON - After several delays, a major new project in Hendricks County is moving forward. On Thursday evening, the Avon Town Council approved the...

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JCPenney has up to 100 openings
News 3 months ago
JCPenney has up to 100 openings

INDIANAPOLIS-It's hiring season at JCPenney. The department store chain is looking for as many as 100 temporary "seasonal associates" at its stores...

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Health department investigates north side apartment complex
News 3 months ago
Health department investigates north side apartment complex

INDIANAPOLIS - After complains of mold, broken windows and requests for help, the Marion County Public Health is closing in on a north side...

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Another food desert could pop up on Indy's northeast side
News 3 months ago
Another food desert could pop up on Indy's northeast side

INDIANAPOLIS - Another northeast side grocery store may soon be closing its doors. RTV6 first reported the store opened its doors in January with a...

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