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2018 Super Bowl: Where Will The Game Take Place?

The bids are in. There are three contenders for the 2018 Super Bowl. In less than two weeks, we will know which lucky city gets to host the 2018 Super Bowl. The organizers in Indianapolis and Minneapolis held news conferences today to let the public know that they have formally submitted their bids to the NFL’s 32 team owners. The …

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2018 Super Bowl Bids Are In: Indianapolis Vs. Minneapolis Vs. New Orleans

Super Bowl LII, in 2018, may be the last thing on football fan’s minds, but three groups are focused on getting the win. They aren’t football teams. They’re cities, and only one will win the honor of being the location of the 2018 Super Bowl. Indianapolis, Minneapolis and New Orleans are the major contenders, and the cities have two weeks …

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2018 Super Bowl Location To Be Decided In Two Weeks

The 2018 Super Bowl, or Super Bowl LII, will be hosted in one of three cities – Indianapolis, Minneapolis and New Orleans. Over the next two weeks, the three cities will battle it out to decide who gets to host American’s biggest sporting event four years from now. On May 20, the NFL will vote for which city they want …

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Acid Tank Explosion at Rolls-Royce Plant Injures Nine People

An acid spill Friday afternoon near Indianapolis led to an explosion that injured workers at a Rolls-Royce plant. Authorities with the Indianapolis Fire Department confirmed that the transferring of nitric acid at the West Township-based facility caused the incident. The department’s spokesman Patrick Pruitt says that the highly explosive chemical was being removed from a 250-gallon tank. Workers on the manufacturing …

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Jim Irsay: Indianapolis Colts Owner Facing Felony Charges

Jim Irsay, the owner and CEO of NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, faces four felony counts for possession of a controlled substance, along with a preliminary misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated. The charges against Irsay were confirmed by Deputy Bryant Orem of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department. The Colts owner was pulled over on Sunday night after roadside police observed him …

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Man Sells Stolen Brains On Ebay, Is Busted In Sting

A man accused of breaking into the Indiana Medical History Museum multiple times last year to steal organs has been caught, thanks to an eBay buyer who became suspicious of his newly acquired brains. 21-year old David Charles allegedly sold six jars full of grey matter to a San Diego man via eBay for $600 (plus $70 shipping), and the …

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Winter Storm Hercules Heads to the Northeast

Before Winter Storm Hercules is finished with the US, roughly 1 in 3 Americans will have seen snow in the early days of 2014. The massive storm dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of the Midwest on New Years Day, and is now slamming the Northeast. According to meteorologist Chris Dolce, Hercules could reach blizzard proportions in …

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TSA Agent Desecrates Grandpa’s Remains, Laughs at the Victim

A man attempting to bring his grandfather’s remains home to Indianapolis, got quite a shock at a Florida airport when a TSA agent opened up the container holding the remains, sifted through them with her finger, and then spilled them on the floor. The jar was tightly sealed, marked with the words “Human Remains”, and clearly too small to encase …

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Pierre Garcon Goes to Redskins in NFL Free-agency

The Colts will be losing another offensive weapon to free agency this year. Of course, the big news in the NFL has been Peyton Manning’s release from Indianapolis a week ago. But the traditionally pass-happy Colts will say goodbye to one of their top downfield targets as veteran receiver Pierre Garcon got nabbed by the Washington Redskins on day one …

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Super Bowl XLVI As Told By Lucas Oil Stadium

So you say you’re going to Indy for the Super Bowl? As you already know, Indianapolis is the capitol of Indiana and the big game is proudly being held at Indy’s Lucas Oil Stadium. Lucas Oil opened August 16, 2008 and the stadium owns the largest retractable roof in the NFL. The stadium itself covers 1.8 million square feet and …

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Social Media Sets Super Bowl Parking Ablaze

Just three days after it was announced that there would be a Super Bowl 42 rematch between The New York Giants and The New England Patriots, ParkWhiz.com declared a major increase in tailgating and Super Bowl parking sales; sales are up 60% from last year, reports the site. The website uses social media such as Twitter and Facebook to to …

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Indianapolis Gets Better AT&T Services Ahead Of Super Bowl Sunday

Perhaps my AT&T service experience is different from yours and for your sake I hope it is, but whenever I am near an area with a high density of people, my AT&T service completely bottoms out. Texts don’t go through, phone calls are impossible to connect, and I can’t post free-floating complaints about it on Twitter. I have the distinct …

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