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NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- A Notre Dame employee was found dead in the library parking lot early Thursday morning. Michael Adamek, 57, a custodial worker, was found unresponsive behind the wheel of his car just after 6:30 a.m., according to ABC 57 in South Bend . He left work earlier...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Truckers will soon be paying a higher price to travel on the Indiana Toll Road. The Indiana Finance Authority on Thursday approved a deal with the company that operates the Indiana Toll Road, allowing a 35-percent fee increase for large trucks. The deal is part...
INDIANAPOLIS --All lanes of I-70 WB near Emerson Avenue on the city's east side have reopened. A dump truck hit an INDOT electronic message board there early this morning. Around 4:30, a dump truck was going west on I-70 between Emerson and Keystone avenues. The bed of the truck...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition after she was struck by stray bullet while jogging on Indianapolis' northwest side Thursday evening. Police were called to the scene on Sunwood Drive just before 8:30 for a report a person shot. The woman...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --About two hours before Pres. Donald Trump announced the names of the first two military members returned this summer by North Korea, Vice Pres. Mike Pence presented a flag from one of those caskets at a ceremony at the Korean War Memorial in Washington. The...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Governor Eric Holcomb's trade trip to Italy has already succeeded in bringing one new business to Indiana. Filtrec S.p.A., an Italy-based maker of filters and filter elements used in hydraulics systems, will set up its North American headquarters in the Hoosier...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana courts trying to get a handle on the opioid epidemic are trying to make adjustments to keep up with a moving target. Chief Justice Loretta Rush says the focus needs to be on evidence-based treatment for addiction. But she cautions what worked for meth...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Hospitals and the Centers for Disease Control would gain more tools to prepare for disease outbreaks, under a bill scheduled for a House vote next week. The bill authored by Indiana Republican Susan Brooks renews several health-readiness programs, but changes...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Purdue University is ringing in its 150th Anniversary with beer, quite literally. Last year, Purdue University partnered with People's Brewing Company in Lafayette to release the school's first licensed beer called "Boiler Gold." It was an overwhelming...