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STATEWIDE --Volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians are being encouraged by state lawmakers to apply for the Ivy Tech Community Public Safety Scholarship. The scholarship is a joint effort between Ivy Tech and the Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association. It's...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A Marion County judge is considering a request to exhume John Dillinger's body to see if the famous gangster is really buried at Crown Hill Cemetery. The request has split Dillinger’s relatives, with many of them against the proposal. According to online...
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BURNS HARBOR, Ind. -- When you think of taking a cruise, you probably think of going to Florida, Alaska, or the Caribbean, but tourism experts in northern Indiana think Hoosiers should be able to go on a cruise in their own backyard. Christine Livingston, assistant director with...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Authorities on Tuesday night closed two major roads — I-70 eastbound and Pendleton Pike — after serious crashes in Marion County, leaving two men driving vehicles dead. Both roads had reopened to traffic by 10:30 p.m. On the city’s far east side, I-70 eastbound...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The lights at the Indianapolis Power & Light headquarters on Monument Circle have celebrated NCAA championships, thanked former Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and observed other special occasions. For now, those lights will fade to black. The lights and...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The race to replace Pete Buttigieg as Mayor of South Bend took to the debate stage last night. Mayor Buttigieg is not seeking re-election as he continues to pursue his aspirations for the White House in the 2020 Democrat primary for president. Republican Sam...
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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...