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Top Indianapolis news: Increase in theft of parts from abandoned vehicles; COVID-19 numbers; more

Top Indianapolis news: Increase in theft of parts from abandoned vehicles; COVID-19 numbers; more
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By Hoodline - Published on April 23, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Indianapolis.

Theft of parts from abandoned vehicles increasing on area interstates

Recently, troopers from the Indiana State Police Indianapolis District have seen an increase in theft of parts from abandoned vehicles on the interstate.

Read the full story on www.hoosiertimes.com.

COVID-19 county numbers remain same

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remained the same Tuesday as they did Monday.

Read the full story on www.hoosiertimes.com.

Movement grows against 'unconstitutional' stay-at-home orders

When the stay-at-home order from Gov. Eric Holcomb came down, high school economics teacher Andy Lyons ignored it. But when Holcomb announced that the state government would potentially take legal action against non-essential businesses operating, Lyons organized a protest.

Read the full story on www.rushvillerepublican.com.


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