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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - The Indiana Supreme Court's Disciplinary Commission has rested its case against Attorney General Curtis Hill. Hill is accused of reaching inside the dress of State Representative Mara Candelaria-Reardon (D-Munster) and inappropriately touching three...
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COATESVILLE, Ind. -- The Little Free Library on the Vandalia Trail in Hendrick County allows people to take a book or donate a book. However, in a Facebook post , Hendricks County Parks and Recreation says someone took books from the library, ripped them up, and tried to shove...
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PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. -- Two women from California were busted with a lot of marijuana on I-70 in Putnam County. 105 pounds of marijuana, to be exact. Sheriff Scott Stockton from the Putnam County Sheriff's Department says it happened Monday morning, just after 10 a.m, when a pick...
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SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. -- Police in Shelbyville arrested a man wanted for robbing a West Lafayette bank while wearing a fake beard as a disguise. 41-year-old Joseph Kruger, of Tilton, Ill., was arrested Wednesday morning at a Shelbyville hotel. Kruger is accused of robbing the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people are dead after their SUV went off the fourth floor of a downtown parking garage and landed on its roof. The victims are a man and a woman, said IFD Battalion Chief Rita Reith. The SUV landed in an alley behind City Market just before 10 a.m. Wednesday...
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STATEWIDE- -Indiana is investing $100 million in the state's infrastructure through the Community Crossings Matching Grant. Representative David Abbott says hundreds of Hoosier communities are benefiting from that grant. "People often do not give much thought to what it requires...
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BEECH GROVE, Ind. (WISH) — Beech Grove city leaders are asking for help from the state to make changes to a dangerous intersection. Beech Grove Mayor Dennis Buckley announced Tuesday that city leaders are applying for funding from INDOT to construct a roundabout at Victory Drive...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The homicide rate among African-Americans in the Capitol City is out of hand, say leaders with the African-American Coalition of Indianapolis. The organization said this week they are concerned that of the 127 people murdered so far in Indianapolis this year, a...
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WASHINGTON - - It's now been one year since President Trump signed off on the USMCA trade deal with Canada and Mexico. So far, only Mexico has ratified it. Indiana Sen. Todd Young is joining many prominent Republicans in Congress in urging House Democrats to get the ball rolling...