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  • Basketball brings peace to community
  • Why so many people defend the Goshen Redskins mascot
  • Colts embrace huge expectations as camp starts
  • I-69 southbound closed south of State Road 13 for a serious crash
  • IndyCar lights up information on cars
  • Motorcyclist injured on I-69, all southbound lanes closed
  • Air ambulances called to serious crash on I-69
  • Serious crash closes I-69 in Hamilton County
  • Colts embrace enormous expectations as camp starts
  • Mayor Ballard hosts 7th annual Peace Bowl
  • Colts arrive at camp with enormous expectations
  • Unsolved murder leads to exhumation of woman killed in 1992
  • Saint Mary’s College accepting male graduate students
  • IndyCar: Scott Dixon wins Mid-Ohio pole
  • Stephanie Mavunga transfers from North Carolina to Ohio State
  • Why so many people defend the Goshen Redskins mascot
  • IPS to sell Coca-Cola building on Mass Ave
  • IndyCar: Scott Dixon wins Mid-Ohio pole
  • Connecticut Sun at Fever preview
  • Kyle Busch wins again, taking checkered flag at Pocono
  • Tom Brady stays mum, looks sharp in Patriots practice
  • ITW: Relief in sight for IPL, flooded farmers?
  • Verizon strike possible as contract deadline looms
  • Luck recharged, ready to again lead Colts
  • Man fatally shot on Near Westside
  • Report: Cecil the lion’s brother illegally killed
  • Colts’ insiders preview traning camp
  • Facebook’s Zuckerberg and wife are expecting a daughter
  • Day Three: Gen Con 2015
  • Clark County to seek needle-exchange program
  • With offseason, Luck recharged, ready for work
  • With offseason, Luck recharged, ready to get to work
  • Ex-teacher pleads guilty to child seduction in plea deal
  • 1 person fatally shot on Near Westside
  • Indiana nears agreement on public-private rail partnership
  • Police investigating deadly west side shooting
  • One killed in shooting on near-west side
  • One shot, killed on Lynn Street
  • Police investigating fatal shooting just west of Indianapolis
  • Luck: ‘We’ve got to get better as a team’
  • Indianapolis opens training camp with big expectations
  • New doggie daycare comes to downtown Indianapolis
  • Colts training camp: Day 1 blog
  • T.Y. Hilton on contract: ‘I’m ready to eat’
  • 5,000 people expected on Massachusetts Avenue Saturday
  • Officials expect new I-69 section opening by year’s end
  • T.Y. Hilton on contract: “I’m ready to eat”
  • Colts training camp: Day 1 blog
  • Arizona inmate tears own eye out of socket
  • Search continues for Illinois woman in Lake Michigan
  • New project looks to bring events and activities downtown
  • Jail inmate in Arizona pulls eye out of its socket
  • Drivers reminded to be cautious around schools and bus stops
  • Dozens line up to be first to buy medical pot in Nevada
  • Cavin: IndyCar loses president but not partner
  • Colts training camp: Day 1 live blog
  • Officials expect new I-69 section opening by year’s end
  • Colts training camp: Day 1 live blog
  • Saturation patrol nets six impaired drivers
  • IU QB Sudfeld: Use sports to help others
  • Cubs acquire reliever Tommy Hunter
  • Veterans still without air conditioning, weeks after lightning strike
  • Annual event helps area kids going back to school
  • Grieving man says roofer took money without fixing his dead father’s house
  • Pet Pals TV: August is a month for pets
  • Indy man admits beating, tying up 2-year-old boy
  • Orioles trade Cathedral grad Tommy Hunter to Cubs
  • How a small Indiana city became a gay rights battleground
  • Red Cross needs blood donations
  • Cheat Sheet: Saturday’s biggest stories
  • Saudi official says bin Ladens killed in England plane crash
  • Chef Wendell cooks up a healthy pasta dish
  • Big Ten to schedule nine league games, no FCS teams starting in 2016
  • Neighbors corner thief caught in the middle of burglary
  • Indiana man pleads guilty in sister’s stabbing death
  • Colts set to open training camp in Anderson
  • Owner: I know who robbed my gas station
  • Noblesville launches community workforce initiative
  • Fulton County police investigating overnight double shooting
  • Who doesn’t love a baby penguin?
  • Skytrak Weather: A blue-sky start to August; low humidity
  • Peyton Manning, running bootlegs?!
  • More cowbell! Detroit suburb seeks to set ear-ringing record
  • DeflateGate judge wants to see Goodell, Brady on Aug. 12, 19
  • IFD responds to early morning fire
  • Emergency crews respond to early morning fire
  • EDITORIAL: May Anthem’s tribe increase
  • Minnesota lion killer faces possible extradition to Zimbabwe
  • MAURER: Former Simon exec pens joyful memoir
  • BOHANON & STYRING: Don’t blow the surplus on ‘worthy causes’
  • KIM: Stock buybacks can be a harmful ‘sugar high’
  • DINING: Atmospheric newcomer Repeal has strong appeal
  • LOPRESTI: Training camp begins and so does the Colts’ numbers game
  • Pitcher can’t get home for daughter’s birth, watches on Face Time — and then wins
  • LOU’S VIEWS: Stand-ups mix it up at new Mass Ave open mic
  • Ambrose handing DTZ property management biz
  • Legal-tech startup raises money, joins California accelerator
  • Quarter of state’s corn, beans are in poor shape from excessive rain
  • Fishers faces shortage of offices for small businesses
  • Few Indy companies embrace state’s new crowdfunding option