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This Colts player could be surprise cut ahead of Week 1

The Indianapolis Colts are currently enjoying their five-week summer break following the conclusion of OTAs and mandatory minicamp. They’ll return to Grand Park Sports Campus for training camp in late July, with veterans reporting on July 26 and first-year players reporting three days earlier on July 24. With content...
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The Chicks move past vocal issues, slam Roe v. Wade reversal during triumphant show (Photos)

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio – Natalie Maines didn’t waste any time proving that her voice is just fine during The Chicks’ concert at Blossom Music Center Monday night. It was barely more than a week ago The Chicks walked off stage during a concert in Noblesville, Ind., as Maines struggled to belt out her signature notes. The group’s frontwoman was placed on vocal rest, postponing a run of shows that included a stop in Cincinnati.
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Indianapolis Colts' Kwity Paye wants Liberia to love American football over soccer

ACCRA, Ghana -- Indianapolis Colts defensive end Kwity Paye wants to put American football on the map in Liberia, the soccer-loving nation where his family hails from. Paye was born in a refugee camp in Guinea to a Liberian Krahn mother after the family was torn apart by the First Liberian Civil War. When he was six months old, he moved to Providence, Rhode Island with his mother and his brother, Komotay.
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Indiana grants $500,000 to domestic violence shelters

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) awarded $500,000 in grant funding to 26 non-profits to provide emergency shelter and services to victims of domestic violence and their dependents. The funding was provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Social Services...
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Police: Former Urbana man arrested for 2019 murder

URBANA, Ill. (WAND) - A former Urbana man who is accused of killing a man during a drug deal almost three years ago is in the Champaign County Jail. The News Gazette reports U.S. Marshals arrested Kamryn Cheatham, 24, of Indianapolis for the Oct. 5, 2019 shooting of Tramale Hooser, 21.
URBANA, IL
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Snapshot: Rotary Club donates plaque to Grand Junction Plaza

From left, Laura Demeter, John Salladay, Mic Mead, Mayor Andy Cook, Melody Jones, Jim Ale, Chuck Lehman, Steve Hoover, Bruce Watson, Karen Radcliff, Dave Mueller and Cindy Olson celebrate a Grand Junction Plaza dedication following Cook’s June 2 State of the City address. The Rotary Club of Westfield donated the plaque. The plaque has a quote from Cook that reads, “In appreciation of those responsible for bringing Grand Junction Plaza to Westfield and its citizens.” (Photo courtesy of Dave Mueller)
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Climate change means more mice, demand for pest control

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Scientists say climate change is likely contributing to a rodent boom that is making more work for pest control experts. Christian Floyd is a wildlife biologist at the University of Rhode Island. He says warming temperatures and milder winters have increased the population of the white-footed mouse, the most abundant small rodent found throughout much of the eastern U.S. and Canada.
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