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STATE HOUSE --Having medical marijuana available to Hoosiers is the goal of Indiana NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws). Their efforts have been partly responsible for the general assembly forming a summer study committee on medical cannabis. "They're...
LAGRANGE CO., IND. -- Skeletal remains found in a field in LaGrange County have been identified as a 47-year-old woman. The remains of Tiffany A. Huffman were found April 8 in a field near County Roads 950 East and 350 South. Huffman was last seen near the town of Stroh, Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you have colored headlights or lamps anywhere on your vehicle, you have a couple more weeks to get them changed. Starting July 1, only two colors of headlights will be allowed: white or amber. The new law bans popular headlight colors such as red, blue, green...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Eli Lilly announced Tuesday that it was ending testing on an experimental drug meant to battle Alzheimer’s disease. An independent researcher found that the drug, which is still in development, was unlikely to work on patients with early Alzheimer’s and dementia...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect in a hit-and-run crash that killed a woman on a bicycle near the University of Indianapolis. IMPD has issued that warrant for 20-year-old Omar Lopez. The victim was Annastaisha Leslie Sandlin. Last Friday, she was...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Tuesday night, Noblesville Schools rolled out a comprehensive and costly list of recommendations to improve school safety. The school board says the improvements were already in the works prior to the May 25 shooting at Noblesville West Middle School that...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Schools, cities and counties are getting an extra 22-million dollars this week because of a glitch in how state tax returns are processed. The Department of Revenue says some money which should have gone to local government ended up in a general holding account...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --You should be able to know what you will pay for a medicine when you see it advertised on TV, said Alex Azar, Health and Human Services secretary, at a hearing of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Tuesday. Azar testified on the...
ANDERSON, Ind. -- The Anderson Police Department is asking the Madison County Prosecutor not to file charges in the hot car death of a three-year-old girl. Hannah Grace Miller of Anderson died early this month after she was in a hot car for about two hours. Her parents told...