indianapolis indianapolis  /ˌɪn di ə ˈnæ pə lɪs/


  • (n) the capital and largest city of Indiana; a major commercial center in the country's heartland; site of an annual 500-mile automobile race


  1. Indianapolis to host 2014-16 cricket championships

    The Indianapolis World Sports Park will host the 2014, 2015 and 2016 U.S. National Men's Cricket Championships, the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) announced Friday.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: WTHR Indianapolis

  2. Indianapolis official: City could go after former Land Bank properties still owned by 2 nonprofits

    Indianapolis city officials could attempt to repossess more than a dozen residential properties still owned by two nonprofits and a for-profit company that are embroiled in an alleged Indy Land Bank kickback scheme.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Indianapolis Star

  3. Indianapolis Zoo closed Friday

    Photo courtesy Indianapolis Zoo INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Zoo will be closed on Friday, June 14. The zoo is setting up for Zoobilation, and the work means it won’t open. The Indianapolis Zoo will reopen on Saturday at 9 a.m.—it’s …
    on June 14, 2013     Source: FOX 59 Indianapolis

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  1. "I am still CEO and still president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation, Hulman and Company, and CEO of the Indy Racing League," George said.
    on May 27, 2009 By: Tony George Source: USA Today

  2. "I just lost it there underneath Tony," Harvick said. "Just the way it goes. He did the same thing in Indianapolis. I did the same thing here, made a mistake and they can take it for what it's worth and go on with it."
    on Mar 16, 2008 By: Kevin Harvick Source: The Virginian-Pilot

  3. "It means a lot," Dungy said after his Indianapolis Colts beat New England 38-34 in the AFC title game. "I'm very proud to represent African-American coaches, but more than that, it's about the Indianapolis Colts."
    on Jan 21, 2007 By: Tony Dungy Source: Forbes

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