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STATEWIDE -- Prosecutors in Marion County are no longer planning to litigate cases in which people are arrested for less than an ounce of marijuana. In light of that decision by new acting Marion County prosecutor Ryan Mears, State Sen. Jim Lucas (R-Seymour) and Karen Tallian (D...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - You'll no longer go to court for marijuana possession -- but you could still go to jail. Police Chief Bryan Roach says police will continue making arrests for marijuana possession, despite acting prosecutor Ryan Mears' announcement the office will no longer...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Monday's decision by the acting Marion County prosecutor to not prosecute people who are caught with less than one ounce of marijuana may be the start of a new legalization movement, says a representative of Indiana NORML , a group that advocates for the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy has a passport that encourages beer lovers to go around the city and explore different beers. The Indy Craft Pass is a mobile passport that will take you to breweries, distilleries, and craft beverage producers in Indianapolis and central Indiana. "It gives...
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MONROE COUNTY, Ind. -- A federal judge in Indianapolis has ordered the release of the man convicted of killing Indiana University student Jill Behrman. U.S. District Judge James R. Sweeney found that the job done by the attorney for John Myers II was so flawed that his 2006...
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( WASHINGTON, D.C. ) - A clean-energy group contends Indiana is missing its best opportunity to save energy and money. 26 states require power companies to meet specific targets for burning less energy. Indiana established efficiency standards in 2012, but repealed them two...
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ELKHART, Ind. --The goal is to kill mosquitoes that have the disease. That's why leaders in the city of Elkhart say they're planning an aerial spray treatment for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Eight horses have tested positive for Triple E in Elkhart County while the virus...
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GREENWOOD, Ind. – Greenwood Police are searching for a man wanted for a trio of convenience store robberies. The suspect robbed the Village Pantry on North Meridian Street twice in August. He also held up the Village Pantry on South Madison Ave. on Sept. 10, according to...
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INDIANAPOLIS --The Young Professionals of Central Indiana (YPCI) are hosting their annual charity gala Saturday, October 5th. It's their biggest event of the year. They are calling it the Casino Royale Gala where "agents" will give their "winnings" from the casino games to three...