Trump campaign press secretary slams media, Democrats, impeachment in Indianapolis

Kayleigh McEnany, the national press secretary for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, criticized the media, Democrats and the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump Saturday afternoon in Indianapolis during the National Federation of Republican Women’s 40th Biennial Convention. Her speech comes after Vice President Mike Pence visited Indiana Thursday and Friday, ignoring questions from reporters on the impeachment […]

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Mike Pence ignores whistleblower questions during visit to Columbus school

Cortlynn Stark and London Gibson, Indianapolis Star Vice President Mike Pence spent the first of his two days in Indiana this week urging Congress to pass a new trade pact with Canada and Mexico. On Friday, he hoped to surprise third-graders in his hometown of Columbus, addressed hundreds of National Guard members and discussed health care in Indiana. […]

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Mike Pence arrives in Indy to talk trade as Trump impeachment talk swells

Vice President Mike Pence arrived in Indianapolis on Thursday to promote a U.S. trade pact with Canada and Mexico that, if approved, would replace NAFTA. The former Indiana governor’s two-day return to his home state also comes amid an impeachment inquiry involving accusations that President Donald Trump tried to pressure a foreign leader to investigate […]

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A woman’s lifelong quest to memorialize a Vietnam Green Beret finally led her to Monument Circle

Kathy Strong laid the wooden rose next to the brick with James Moreland’s name. She touched two fingers to its surface, a permanent reminder that the Green Beret medic, who went missing during the Vietnam War, would never be forgotten. On Friday, the California native installed a memorial brick inscribed with Moreland’s name and the date […]

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Few turn out to watch Indianapolis mayor’s race slog toward finish

James Briggs and Cortlynn Stark Political campaigns often heat up after Labor Day. That’s when candidates scramble to make final arguments and voters finally take notice after months of summer vacations and weekend barbecues. That typical fall election cycle does not seem to be taking hold in Indianapolis, though, at least not as it pertains to a mayor’s […]

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It’s been 40 years, but Indianapolis firefighters might finally have their own training facility

For the first time in 40 years, the Indianapolis Fire Department — the largest fire department in the state — could have its own training facility. The $15 million bond issue given initial approval by the city Wednesday paves the way for IFD firefighters to train close to home, and for a potential income source — if the […]

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