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INDIANAPOLIS- A new addition at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will pay tribute to the accomplishments of Malala Yousafzai. Malala was shot in the head in October 2012 by the Taliban while riding home from school on a school bus. She later recovered from her injuries and...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The state is appealing a federal judge's ruling that the sentence for John Myers II should be overturned. Myers is the man convicted of killing Jill Behrman, a 19-year-old IU student, in the spring of 2000. Her remains were discovered three years later in a rural...
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MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- We are now a year away from when work will begin on the final leg of Interstate 69 in southern Indiana. The project, set to begin sometime in 2021, will connect I-69 to Indianapolis from Martinsville. The plan is to bring State Road 37 up to interstate code...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- It might only be January, but everyone involved with the 500 Festival Mini-Marathon wants you to start thinking ahead to May and join their team of volunteers. The 500 Festival and OneAmerica hosted a volunteer kickoff party Wednesday morning to get the public...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana House members are gathering food and toiletries for homeless veterans. It's the ninth straight year Republicans and Democrats have teamed up to lead a donation drive for a Hoosier charity. This year, it's the American Legion's Legacy Foundation, which...
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INDIANAPOLIS— Nine people have died as a result of flu-related symptoms according to the latest report by the Indiana State Department of Health. The report, published January 3, 2020, indicates that of the nine victims, three were aged 29 to 49 and one was between 50 and 64...
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SHELBYVILLE, Ind. -- 200 years in prison, that's how much a Shelbyville man was sentenced to after pleading guilty to sexual exploitation of a child and possession of child pornography. On April 11, 2018, Jeffrey Esposito was charged with twenty counts of sexual exploitation of...
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INDIANA- The Indiana Economic Development Corporation says 2019 was the third consecutive record-breaking year for economic development in Indiana. 296 companies have committed to locate or grow in the state. Together, these businesses will invest more than $8.44 billion in the...
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STATEWIDE -- Certain felons can now collect food stamps. On Jan. 1, SNAP, commonly known as food stamps, announced that people with felony drug convictions on their records were eligible for SNAP benefits. Indiana was one of four states to permanently ban people with drug...