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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...
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The number of confirmed cases of mumps at IU's Bloomington campus has increased again. There are now 23 cases. That is an increase from Monday when campus representatives said there were 20 cases. The school says the virus spread to dorms and off-campus...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people were injured in an overnight shooting on the city's east side, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The shooting happened just before 1 a.m. in the 30 block of North Linwood Avenue. IMPD says a 29-year-old man was sitting his...
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BEECH GROVE, Ind. -- Around 500 jobs could be at risk of going away if the Hoosier State Rail Line ends up shutting down in July as scheduled. The rail service is operated under contract from the state by Amtrak. State lawmakers decided not to renew it's $3 million in funding in...
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NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- The Indiana State Police have canceled an Amber Alert issued for a 17-year-old girl from New Albany The alert was issued for Carrie May Pettay early Thursday morning, just after 3:30 a.m. However, ISP canceled it about 20 minutes after issuing it. No other...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The General Assembly has adjourned for the year. Legislators closed out their work by passing a new two-year, $34.6 billion budget and approving a new casino in Terre Haute as part of a sweeping gambling bill. A 13-hour final day wrapped up a session which also...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's most significant gambling bill in a quarter-century is on its way to Governor Holcomb. The House approved a final deal on a sweeping casino and sports-betting bill 59-36, minutes after a 37-12 vote in the Senate. The bill legalizes sports wagering, in...