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Online registration for summer programs and activities starts May 7

JOIN THE LATEST "CLICK" WITH INDY PARKS ONLINE REGISTRATION Online registration for summer programs and activities starts May 7 INDIANAPOLIS - (May 3, 2010)...

Gone to the dogs: LA church starts pet service

When the Rev. Tom Eggebeen took over as interim pastor at Covenant Presbyterian Church three years ago, he looked around and knew it needed...

Trial starts in slayings of 7 at Indianapolis home

A defense attorney says prosecutors were wrong to charge her client with murdering four adults and three children during an Indianapolis home invasion three...

Mannings’ fast starts have them looking like twins

Peyton and Eli Manning will never make their NFL careers a personal competition. They root for one another, yes, talk often and watch each...

FDA starts collecting fees from tobacco companies

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday began collecting millions in fees from the nation's tobacco companies to help fund the agency's newly granted...
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