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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WISH) — A Lafayette police officer will return to normal patrol duties after a police shooting review board on Monday determined he was within department policy when he shot and killed an armed man during negotiations. The board met to review the Jan. 20 fatal...
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Police in Lafayette say they tried to save a baby who was mauled by the family dog, but it was too late. It all happened Saturday at a home along Greenbush Street in Lafayette. Lieutenant Matt Gard said the responding officer found the dog standing over one-...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The demand for nurses continues to rise and more males are being drawn to the field than ever before. While it’s a profession mostly dominated by women, this hasn’t stopped the many men entering the field looking to make an impact and break the long-held...
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UPDATE: The victim has been identified as 35-year-old Ashok Kaumar. --- INDIANAPOLIS -- A Subway employee shot and killed after a fight inside the restaurant on the city's northeast side Monday night. Police were called shortly after 7:45 in the evening about a robbery at the...
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Teachers in Terre Haute are getting pay raises. The Vigo County School Board approved the pay raises at its meeting Monday night, while also cutting about $5.5 million from the school district's budget. Those cuts include eliminating six administrative...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana is considering raising the legal age to get married. A House committee heard harrowing stories from women whose parents forced them at 15 or 16 to marry men who had raped or molested them, to shield them from criminal charges. Some of them recounted...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb says he's staying out of the way of an Indiana Gaming Commission review of an Indiana casino operator's connection to a campaign finance scandal. Holcomb says the commission was right to put Spectacle Entertainment's bid to run the new Terre...
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STATE WIDE --Your vote is safe and secure, says Sec. of State Connie Lawson . Her office is in charge of running elections for Indiana, and she says they've contracted with a company that specializes in detecting security threats like hackers. "We've taken recommendations from...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --U.S. senators are likely to consider Friday, whether to allow witnesses in Pres. Trump's impeachment trial. Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) acknowledges that former National Security Advisor John Bolton's book may have an effect the opinions of some senators. "It...