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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has reversed himself and decided against appealing a federal judge’s decision to block a state law that would ban a second-trimester abortion procedure. In June, a judge granted a preliminary injunction sought by doctors who...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The truck driver charged in Sunday’s fatal crash on I-465 is scheduled to make his first court appearance Thursday afternoon. Bruce Pollard , 57, from Missouri, has been in the Marion County Jail since his arrest Sunday following the fatal crash . The crash...
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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind .--The long-time chief deputy who has been acting as the Johnson County Prosecutor over the last few months was sworn in as the Interim Prosecutor Wednesday afternoon. Once the former Johnson County Prosecutor Brad Cooper was convicted on multiple felonies,...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- To make sure baseball fans stay hydrated during dangerously hot and humid weather, the Indianapolis Indians are temporarily changing their water bottle policy. Fans who attend Indians games between Thursday, July 18 and Sunday, July 21 are allowed to bring...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. --The U.S. may not have had a major terror attack on home soil, but that doesn't mean terrorists have stopped. Finding ways to cut down on terrorism and violence around the world was part of a talk between senators Chris Coons (D-Delaware) , and Sen. Todd Young...
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PORTAGE, Ind. -- The new USS Indianapolis will be commissioned at an Indiana port. The Port of Indiana - Burns Harbor on Lake Michigan will host the ship's commissioning ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 26. The USS Indianapolis (LC-17) is a Freedom-class littoral combat ship designed...
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. --The U.S. House is expected to vote on a bill to raise the national minimum wage to $15 per hour today. South Bend Mayor and 2020 Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg spoke about it during a campaign stop in Nashville, Tennessee Wednesday. He believes a higher...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Duck boats aren't banned by law, but the sinking of the boat on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri, one year ago brought so much attention to the dangers of riding in them that insurance comp0anies have raised their premiums. That has effectively put many of...
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NEWTON COUNTY, Ind. — A man accused of beating and abusing animals at Fair Oaks Farms has been released from jail on bond. Edgar Gardozo-Vazquez had his bond reduced by a judge on Wednesday and was released after his partner put up the required $1,000. WLFI-TV reports the judge...