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Quick Guide to Indy Eleven Fandom

The Indy Eleven are, oddly enough, huge in Germany.

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The Day That Made Millionaires

“I live in a normal neighborhood in Greenfield with a couple of cul-de-sacs, and I literally went door to door to get people to invest $5,000 in ExactTarget. On the Google Map of my neighborhood, you’ll see, like, seven swimming pools. Every one of the swimming pools corresponds to an ExactTarget investor.”

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Hoosier Hall of Fame: Home and Abroad with Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton

“There is a Midwestern calmness, a stability of outlook, very well exemplified by Dick [Lugar] and many, many others, that goes over well in Washington,” says longtime Indiana congressman Lee Hamilton.

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Calling for Backup

A third of the nation’s 18,000 police departments have already adopted the technology.

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The Indy Lawyer with a Manslaughter Conviction

“It’s pretty much known by everyone around here,” a Marion County deputy prosecutor says of Mark Nicholson’s background.

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The Pacers’ Hickory Jerseys Have Been a Hit—with Everyone But Crispus Attucks Alumni

“Among Attucks’s tight-knit alumni network, news of the perceived slight spread like fire.”

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Ask Me Anything: Jamie Merisotis

In America Needs Talent, Jamie Merisotis writes about the state of college in the U.S., where less than 25 percent of students attend full time and live on campus with the support of their parents.

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Hoosier Ducks: Hooked on Quack

How Maple Leaf Farms came to sit atop the $250 million U.S. duck market.

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Leap of Faith: Indiana’s New Mormon Temple

After three weeks of tours that began in July and end August 8, the public won’t be allowed to see any of it ever again (though there’s a “Visitors Welcome” sign on the meetinghouse building nearby).

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Loss Leader: Joe Hogsett and the Indianapolis Mayoral Race

Despite hauling in a record $1.4 million in contributions last year, Hogsett admits he is more nervous than he has ever been about what November may hold.

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RecycleForce Can’t Lose*

It puts ex-cons in jobs and off the street, but the nonprofit has funding issues that might undermine its mission.

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Under the Gun: Do Convenience-Store Clerks Need More Protection?

“We take security very seriously,” says Jay Ricker of Anderson-based Ricker Oil Co.

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Under the Gun: Drivers at One Indy Pizza Chain Pack More Than Pies

Criminals “try to prey on people they think are weak,” says Just Pizza owner Joey Davis, who claims he once had a gun pressed into his stomach on a delivery before he escaped on foot, uninjured.

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Laws, Stock and Barrel: Indiana Gun Control vs. Gun Rights

Where some of our more noteworthy state and local regulations fall on the pro-control–to–pro-gun spectrum

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Under the Gun: Has Kansas City Found a Cure?

In 2014, Kansas City, historically one of the 10 most-violent U.S. cities, was headed for its lowest homicide rate in five decades.

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