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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana will have to defend a new abortion law in court, for the fourth year in a row. The American Civil Liberties Union-Indiana has sued to block the latest abortion restriction, a day after Governor Holcomb signed it into law. The law makes it a crime to use...
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INDIANAPOLIS --If you go to the NRA Annual Meetings, you can expect to see protesters. The NRA and the city set up a zone for their free speech. At least two groups have gotten permits to be there. A bronze statue of Mayor Bill Hudnut sits across from the Indiana Convention...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A man from Michigan, is wanted in Indiana and Kentucky, for punching people. Our media partners at WISH-TV report Keyon Menifield is facing criminal charges in Marion County for assaulting a female hotel worker last year. Court documents say Menifield rented...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- He's only 11, but a national and regional go-kart champion from Indiana already has his goal set on becoming the youngest winner of the Indianapolis 500. However, that's not all Elliot Cox wants to do. He's also working on raising awareness for dyslexia,...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. --A provision in a bill that would have allowed children as young as 12 years old to be tried as adults for attempted murder was taken out of that bill earlier this week. The bill was originally filed in response to the Noblesville West Middle School shooting...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A bill legalizing hemp in the Hoosier state has passed the House and Senate and is on the way to Gov. Eric Holcomb. Hemp, a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant, was considered a "controlled substance" under federal law until 2018. That's when President Donald...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- You might get a little frustrated this weekend if you have to drive on the south side. INDOT's major construction project on I-65 starts Friday morning. INDOT spokesperson Mallory Duncan says the construction is needed. "Indiana has been hit with some weird...
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INDIANAPOLIS --When you hear the NRA Annual Meetings are bringing $35 million into the state, it's a lot more than just a number. Conventions like it mean jobs in the tourism and services industries, said Chris Gahl, with Visit Indy, the organization that brings large...
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CARMEL, Ind. -- Sexual and workplace harassment are the accusations being made by Carmel clerk-treasurer Christine Pauley against the city's mayor Jim Brainard. Pauley spoke on the accusations to Tony Katz on 93 WIBC. She claims she was harassed by Brainard and that he created a...