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None of the four Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers involved in the May 7, 2020 shooting death of McHale Rose were charged. The Marion County Prosecutor's Office announced...

Baseball legend Hank Aaron dies at 86

Hank Aaron, who played briefly for the Indianapolis Clowns in the Negro Leagues and went on to break Babe Ruth's home run record, has...

IMPD laments 2020, lays out plans for 2021

Indianapolis officials offered a stark look at the violence the city experienced in 2020, including a record 215 criminal homicides, and what they hope...

WTHR faces lawsuit alleging discrimination

WTHR-Channel 13 and its parent company, TEGNA Inc., are facing a discrimination lawsuit filed by longtime anchor Andrea Morehead. Morehead, an Anderson native who began...
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