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Pistol-packing women often feel they have to sacrifice fashion for firepower.
About 300 expected to attend Fashion & Firearms show Downtown on Saturday
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Would this change the way you drive?
Proposal would place cameras in construction zones and on school buses to nail speeders and scofflaws.
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Unfortunately, some people with or without cameras will keep defying the system until caught or a fatality is causes. Their installation will profit 3rd - party vendors but it will be for a greater good.... I'm not a vendor (just-in-case).... I wish!
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In some Indiana communities, the racial disparity in arrest rates is higher than in Ferguson, Mo. Do these numbers surprise you? 
In Indianapolis, blacks are three times more likely to be arrested than whites.
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So, are they being found innocent and therefore shouldn't have been arrested? Not sure what this article's intent would be other than race baiting. 
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In January, Joél Muñoz, the assistant principal at George Washington Community School, was awarded a Lilly Endowment Grant for $10,000 to study the Mandarin language in China. Earlier this month, Muñoz — the only Latino administrator at an IPS school — was named as a finalist for assistant principal of the year by the Indiana Association of School Principals.

Now, he's being let go.
Joél Muñoz, assistant principal at George Washington, has won several honors recently
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Seems they are tearing down IPS one brick at a time, and no one is paying attention while they do so. People - wake up!
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If you were an Indiana craft beer, which beer would you be? Take our quiz: http://indy.st/RrWq1z #INbeer
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Match
You got Railsplitter from Triton!
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Scott Fadness is poised to be the first mayor of Fishers. Fadness, who's currently town manager, defeated five others in the Republican primary, and no Democrats ran. Barring a surprise challenger, he'll take the seat.

What do you think Fishers needs to do to succeed as a city?
Most Hoosiers voters were election no-shows Tuesday, few compelling races
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Become themselves.
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The top five most Instagrammed Indy restaurants are:

1. Bakersfield Mass Ave
2. BRU Burger
3. The Cheesecake Factory
4. Bluebeard
5. Scotty's Brewhouse

What do you think of people who take photos of their food?
Does making the top 10 mean these are Indy's best restaurants?
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"The only way I will rest in peace is if one day transgender people aren't treated the way I was, they're treated like humans, with valid feelings and human rights," wrote Leelah Alcorn. 
In death, the transgender 17-year-old - born Josh Alcorn - wanted to make sure others never felt that way she did.
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The push for Sunday alcohol sales is getting a big boost from the +Indiana Chamber of Commerce. Would you support a change to the Prohibition-era law?
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Indy gang members met with Mayor Greg Ballard and told him that they want to leave their gangs, but they fear retaliation.

What do you think the city could do to help gang members find a way out of that lifestyle?
Secret meeting with crime-weary gang leaders presents a rare chance to reduce bloodshed
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I believe in the 10 point Rev.Harrison Plan. What a Significant break threw.We must salvage those @ the cross roads threw this Plan which starts @ entree level of a Single person.Make them Whole.Make them a Beacon of hope to others. Give them that which they ask.Freedom of self.However  whatever and with ever help they need. 1. apologize.=Tell them the truth. They have been targeted by Everyone they Know from birth.Tell them It has all been layer out against them from there being. 2. Give them something totally unexpected. A empty lot, a abandoned home or a Building to build a Sure fire way to help themselves and all that still will be oppressed by hundreds of years of reinforced Hate.Make them Citizens That have something besides there self in the game.3.Give them overwhelming support in all areas of like.Make them locally known and Let all others Tell them openly That a world has hope for there successes and There help with others. Make them The cities Children making all cheering them on. 4. Have business help open the doors to servicing others as a success. Give special perks to all that will help threw local acknowledgements. 5.Give them Know choice to return to crime by Citizen mentoring ,from all sources private and public. 
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The Washington Wizards woke the giant: Roy Hibbert led the +Indiana Pacers to an 86-82 win tonight with 28 points.

Do you think the Pacers are (finally!) getting their #GoldSwagger back?

http://indy.st/1mErYei

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Yeah'll tht'z a gd...win ..(boom baby boom ..)
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Spoiler alert: Indy's own Josh Kaufman sang his way to the top of the iTunes charts last night, and he was the first artist to get a spot in +The Voice's final 5.
Indianapolis singer's next performance on NBC show is May 12
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Whooo! #TeamJosh  
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