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School bus hits power lines in Indianapolis

Indianapolis police say a school bus struck low-hanging electrical lines, breaking its windshield and forcing students to stay on board until the power could...

Teen pleads guilty bin bus stop stickups

An 18-year-old from Indianapolis has pleaded guilty to robbing two students who were waiting for a school bus. Authorities say four robberies took place...

Grant to revive 5 abandoned Ind. bus routes

Five Indiana bus routes abandoned years ago because they were unprofitable are set to resume next year under a $2 million federal grant that...
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Remembering John Jointer, a gracious athlete

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