http://www.indystar.com/article/20090309/LOCAL0101/903090349The project calls for six intersections to become five roundabout interchanges: at 106th, 126th, 131st and 136th streets and at 116th Street/Carmel Drive.
The pedestal still stands in Gateway Park near the entrance to U.S. Steel. According to the inscription on the plaque, the statue was donated by The Boy Scouts of America in 1950 as part of the "40th anniversary crusade to strengthen the arm of liberty."
The state plans to spend $567 million to help unclog a congested stretch of highway on Indianapolis' northeast side.
The project would target the spot where Interstate 465 and Interstate 69 merge, an area of regular backups, 6News' Derrik Thomas reported.
Taxes on beer, wine and liquor would double across the state July 1 in a proposal to be unveiled today in the State Senate.
The increase -- which would raise the price of a can of beer by about 1 cent -- is part of a multifaceted package to bail out the City of Indianapolis' Capital Improvement Board and pay operating expenses at the Indianapolis Colts' Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indianapolis Pacers' Conseco Fieldhouse.
It was not immediately known if the woman's death was a result of stab wounds or a possible heart attack, police said.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Investigators are working to determine whether the body of a man found in the White River in Indianapolis is that of a canoeist missing for nearly two months.
Sunday's yield from the final five rounds ranged from Auburn cornerback Jerraud Powers, a third-rounder whose style reminds Polian of returning starter Kelvin Hayden, to Brigham Young wide receiver Austin Collie, a fourth-rounder whose game mirrors former Colt slot specialist Brandon Stokley. It included West Virginia's Pat McAfee, expected to succeed Smith as punter and holder on placements, and Purdue quarterback Curtis Painter.
The body of Zachary Patton, 17, of Jasper, was found Monday in a pond at a farm near Celestine, where he was attending a party with other high school-aged students.
A house fire early Saturday killed two children and badly injured two others, firefighters said.
Seven children between the ages of 7 and 13 were inside the home when the fire began in the kitchen before 2 a.m. Saturday, Fire Battalion Chief Jerome Gaines said.
Indiana is one of several states across the country violating part of the federal "motor voter" law requiring voter registration help for low-income residents, according to a coalition of advocacy groups trying to force change through the courts.
Smaller crowds greeted race drivers at this year's Allstate 400 at the Brickyard. Not as many people made a pit stop at this years race; some people said economy kept race fans home.
Francesca Straw, 21, pleaded guilty to dealing a controlled substance. She was arrested in April after she sent text messages and e-mails offering to sell prescription pills to a co-worker.
Indianapolis police said multiple shots were fired in an alley, with some of them striking Robert Gregory, 31, in the chest and Tameka Overton, 21, in the arm.
A high-voltage power line fell near the airport just after 9 p.m., sparking the fire and a number of explosions, airport spokeswoman Susan Sullivan said.
Balloonists then dropped beanbags on a large â€œXâ€� attempting to be the closest to the target. According to a State Fair news release, "because of the lack of winds, many beanbags landed within inches of each other.''
A man ending a visit with his 19-month-old daughter shot her in the chest, killing her, before turning the gun on himself, police said Friday.
Eboni Richardson, was pronounced dead Thursday evening at Methodist Hospital, following the shooting in a restaurant parking lot near the U.S. Steel Yard baseball stadium, authorities said.
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