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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — East side residents called for an end to gun violence as they mourned the shooting death of another teen. Loved ones held a candlelight vigil Friday night to remember Lionel Carnell Jr., 17. He was the city’s 12th juvenile homicide victim of 2019, according...
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Purdue University issued an alert early Saturday morning after an armed robbery was reported near campus. Purdue University police say the robbery happened in the 100 block of Pierce Street around 1:45 a.m. Saturday. Police say a suspect robbed two people...
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STATEWIDE -- Aldi is recalling some packages of frozen raspberries and frozen mixed berries sold at Indiana stores because they might be contaminated with Hepatitis A. The berries were distributed by Wawona Frozen Foods to multiple states, including Indiana, and removed from...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- Police weren't buying the explanation a Muncie man gave them when he was busted with drugs in his pockets. The Star Press says Muncie police found 31-year-old Brandon Manzenberger at a Village Pantry, where he was meeting someone to sell a pair of shoes -- that...
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( LAWRENCE, Ind. ) - Governor Holcomb is hitting the road to reelect three Republican mayors and elect seven new ones. Holcomb rallied about 40 Republican campaign workers in Lawrence to get out the vote for Mayor Steve Collier, in the first stop on a 10-city tour that will...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. --Notre Dame's murals of Christopher Columbus aren't being covered yet. Last month, Notre Dame President John Jenkins said, they were building a new exhibit in the Main Building that would include images of the Columbus murals on the second floor of the building...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police are investigating after a man was found dead inside a car on the city's north side. Officers found a car in an alley behind a house at 1247 W. 36th Street just after 8 a.m. Friday, according to IMPD. A man was found inside the car, unresponsive...
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WASHINGTON -- Seventy-eight years after he died at Pearl Harbor, a Marine from Indiana is coming home. Private First Class Marley Arthurholtz was born in Indianapolis in July 1920 and moved to South Bend as a child. He was one of 429 crewmen to die aboard the USS Oklahoma on Dec...
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STATEWIDE -- People on Medicaid in Indiana will not have to work or volunteer in order to get their benefits while a federal lawsuit challenging that gets worked out. On Thursday, the state's Family and Social Services Administration said, for the time being, it's not going to...