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Lying at the crossroads of America, its central location, and the arrival of the railroad saw the growth of the city explode in the 19th and 20th century. The city had blossoming automobile manufacturing industry before most of the big auto makers moved there headquarters to Detroit. Now the 14th largest city in the country, it is the 3rd biggest in the Midwest, following Chicago and Detroit. The city is home of the famous Indianapolis 500 and many NCAA final Four Tournaments.

Population: 798382
Local Newspapers: Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA) Indianapolis Indians (Triple A Baseball) Indianpolis Motor Speedway
Local Colleges: Butler Uni Ball State Uni Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

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Indianapolis News
Indianapolis police killing of driver gets new prosecutor

A judge on Tuesday appointed a special prosecutor to oversee the investigation into the fatal shooting of an unarmed black driver by Indianapolis police officers nearly two months ago. The move came after Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry stepped aside amid calls by community advocates for an outside authority to decide whether the two officers who shot 45-year-old Aaron Bailey should face criminal charges.

Prosecutor to update investigation into Aaron Bailey's death

INDIANAPOLIS - Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry will hold a press conference today at 3 p.m. to announce an update in the matter involving the death of Aaron Bailey. WTHR will be at the press conference and we'll stream it live on this page, in the WTHR News app and on a our Facebook page .

Prosecutor to discuss Indianapolis police shooting of driver

Prosecutors have scheduled a news conference to discuss the fatal shooting of an unarmed black driver by Indianapolis police officers nearly two months ago. Marion County prosecutor Terry Curry's office said Tuesday that he'll provide an update on the investigation into the shooting death of 45-year-old Aaron Bailey, but he provided no further details.

Prosecutor to discuss Indianapolis police shooting of driver

Prosecutors have scheduled a news conference to discuss the fatal shooting of an unarmed black driver by Indianapolis police officers nearly two months ago. Marion County prosecutor Terry Curry's office said Tuesday that he'll provide an update on the investigation into the shooting death of 45-year-old Aaron Bailey, but he provided no further details.

Owners of historic downtown building pitching 24-unit condo project

The owner of 119 S. Meridian St. hope to demolish most of the back end of the building and build a five-story mixed use project with retail and office space and as many as 24 condos.

Gen Con sets new attendance record

Attendees playing a version of Mayfair's "Settlers of Catan" during Gen Con at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 Nearly 208,000 visited the Convention Center, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, and Lucas Oil Stadium during the four day event last weekend. Alexis Reynolds from Cicero, Ind.

2 injured in separate shooting range accidents

Police are asking shooters to be more careful after two people were injured in separate accidents during target practice this weekend. Both men were taken to Indianapolis hospitals after one was shot in the leg and the other was struck with shrapnel.

Gen Con brings in record attendance at its 50th convention

Gen Con enjoyed record attendance for the ninth straight time at its 50th convention, officials for the annual gaming event announced Monday.

USS Indianapolis discovery brings closure for Indiana sailor's widow

Her first husband, Jack Walker, was one of the many sailors killed when two Japanese torpedoes struck and sank the USS Indianapolis during World War II. Theirs is a love story that ended in tragedy.

How one Indianapolis woman became a force for healthy food

Sharrona Moore learned at an early age growing food doesn't have to be difficult.

5 things you need to know for Monday, Aug. 21

The sun will be roughly 90 percent eclipsed in central Indiana. The eclipse may be difficult to see in our viewing area, though.

Schools gearing up for solar eclipse

It's nearly time for the first solar eclipse in almost 40 years. Some schools have planned special activities for the day so students can see history first hand.

State Fair reports 24-percent increase in attendance

INDIANAPOLIS - The State Fair reports just under one million people attended this year, which represents a 24-percent increase over 2016. According to a media release Sunday night, the 2017 Indiana State Fair welcomed a total of 906,732 people through its gates between opening day on August 4 and closing day Sunday.

Sen. Donnelly kicks off campaign in Indianapolis

Sen. Joe Donnelly greeted veterans at the Indianapolis VFW Sunday, August 20, 2017 on his RV tour. "I go to all 92 counties because every vote counts," Donnelly said.

Indiana State Fair asks vendors to drop Confederate goods

The Indianapolis Star says the fair received complaints about Confederate flag items sold by a leather vendor. Spokeswoman Sharon Smith says the request was made "in light of current events."

Researchers find wreckage of WWII-era USS Indianapolis

Civilian researchers say they have located the wreck of the USS Indianapolis, the World War II heavy cruiser that played a critical role in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima before being struck by Japanese torpedoes.

Man arrested vandalizing Indianapolis Confederate monument

Marion County Jail records show 30-year-old Anthony Ventura was being held Sunday on a charge of criminal mischief. Police arrested him Saturday afternoon in Garfield Park on the city's south side, where a 35-foot tall granite tower has plaques listing the names of 1,616 Confederate prisoners who died while held at the city's Camp Morton.

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