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Top Indianapolis news: Cop charged with beating wide repeatedly; antibody testing available; more

Top Indianapolis news: Cop charged with beating wide repeatedly; antibody testing available; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 13, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Indianapolis.

Cop charged with beating wife repeatedly

A veteran Indianapolis cop has been charged with repeatedly beating his wife who lost one of her eyes, sparking an investigation that revealed a pattern of abuse, court records show.

Read the full story on New York Post.

Feds to monitor investigation of fatal police shootings in Indianapolis

City police Chief Randal Taylor has promised thoroughness and transparency, as his department investigates the killings of two black men in eight hours.

Read the full story on NPR.

Coronavirus antibody testing now available

If you're wondering whether that five-day fever you had in early March could have been the coronavirus or you were otherwise exposed, there's now a test for that.

Read the full story on www.hoosiertimes.com.

Construction continues: Work on Ind. 39 bypass to continue through much of season

Progress is continuing on the I-69 Finish Line project throughout Morgan County as the state has been working both in the city of Martinsville and in rural stretches of the northern parts of the county in recent months.

Read the full story on www.hoosiertimes.com.


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