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OWEN COUNTY, Ind.- -Over 80 animals found living in filthy conditions by the Owen County Humane Society need new homes. The Owen County Humane Society posted on their Facebook page that they removed pot-bellied pigs, dogs, cats, goats, chickens, rabbits, and a rooster and guinea...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of schools in Indiana have been putting in their requests for free handheld metal detectors from a new Department of Administration program announced Monday. The Department of Administration has already received 160 requests from 37 different school...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A special prosecutor is being sought to investigate the allegations of sexual misconduct against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. A motion has been filed by Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry for a special prosecutor to be appointed by a judge. Hill has...
INDIANAPOLIS -- School districts in Indiana can request free metal detectors through a program launched Monday by Governor Eric Holcomb. School corporations that apply will receive one handheld metal detector for every 250 students in the district, at no cost. "Unfortunately we'...
INDIANAPOLIS -- About an hour after an alert was raised, the all-clear was given near the downtown Indianapolis post office after a suspicious device ended up being just trash. A security officer with the post office found the device near the side of the building, a spokesperon...
NATIONWIDE -- Starbucks is saying goodbye to plastic straws. The Seattle company announced Monday it will eliminate all plastic straws from its 28,000 locations by 2020. The company said this could mean a billion fewer plastic straws each year once it is fully implemented...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Starting next year, the iconic Ball Mason jars will no longer be made in Muncie. Muncie has been associated with the production of Ball jars and other home canning products since the 1800s. They were originally made by the Ball Corporation, the same family Ball...
MORGAN COUNTY, Ind. -- A new natural gas fired power plant for Indianapolis Power and Light is up and running in Martinsville. The new plant replaces six coal fired plants, and cuts IPL's emissions by over 90-percent, according to new IPL CEO Craig Jackson. "From an...
PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. --Two horses were shot and killed in Putnam County earlier this month and police are offering a reward for information. The Putnam County Sheriff says someone shot and killed both horses, Kat and Mama, at a farm on N US Highway 231 in Bainbridge on July 1...