Indianapolis, Indiana News
Pope honors Christians burned alive in Uganda a century ago Pope Francis on Saturday honored the Ugandan Christians who were burnt alive rather than renounce their faith a century ago, urging today's Catholics to follow in their missionary zeal and spread the faith at home and abroad.
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Straight-shootin' sheriff Sheriff Mike Jolley of Harris County, Georgia has put up a new welcome sign right outside the sheriff's office.It starts with the sentence "WARNING: Harris County is politically incorrect".
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Color my world: Ohio doc doing just that Color blindness affects one in 12 men and one in 200 women, but now a new pair of glasses might change the way the color blind see the world.
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HamCo officials leery of new homes with lower price points Hamilton County officials are closely watching new-housing prices, knowing that local governments’ long-term financial security could depend on it.
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USA Football could be key to getting sport into Olympics The U.S. Olympic Committee has agreed to make Indianapolis-based USA Football part of its Multi-Sport Organization Council, giving the group access to sports officials that could someday decide to put football in the Olympics.
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Allison latest Indy firm to wrestle with activists With activists swarming, CEOs are having to prove themselves adept at a new skill—diplomacy—to keep rabble-rousers from launching all-out attacks on their companies.
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Damp and chilly weekend ahead Friday morning many woke to "lows" near 60 and Saturday morning temperatures bottom-out in the upper 30s with a blustery northeasterly wind.
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New Pal falls 64-61 to Fort Wayne Snider in record-breaking Class 5A final New Palestine scored 61 points, but it was not enough to beat Fort Wayne Snider in the Class 5A championship game.
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KRAVITZ BLOG: Even for these New Pacers, it's still all about defense The talk of the town, and shoot, the talk of the NBA, is the new pace-and-space style being employed by the Indiana Pacers.
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IMPD officer, stranger bring Thanksgiving blessings to homeless men Ofc. Teresa Pritchett's holiday meal for a homeless man led to an unexpected honor for the man who calls the street home.
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