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LAUREL, Ind. --A six-hour standoff was started by a man who police say had warrants out for his arrest and wouldn't surrender without a fight. Police say it started at about 11:30 Monday morning when state police troopers went to a home at 139 Commerce Drive in Laurel to serve...
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GREENTOWN, Ind. (WISH) — Howard County Coroner’s Office has ruled the death of two people in Greentown as a murder-suicide. Kimberly Butler-Wilson, 39, and Timothy Glassburn, 42, were found shot to death Monday night in a vehicle parked in front of Casey’s General Store in...
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A Dense Fog Advisory is out for much of the state this morning, says the National Weather Service. Many school districts are on a delay: Closings and Delays, January 15th, 2019 A-L Alexandria Community School Corp.: DELAYED 2 hours All God's Children Preschool - Johnson County:...
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LIZTON, Ind. -- Administrators at an Indiana public school district vowed to undertake an “aggressive policy review” after federal education officials launched a Title IX complaint investigation. During a school board meeting Tuesday night, North West Hendricks School...
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KOKOMO, Ind. -- Fiat Chrysler is investing a lot of money in Hoosiers to help build a new engine for their cars. Governor Holcomb says the automaker wants to pump nearly $400 million into its plant in Kokomo. The plant already makes transmissions for Fiat Chrysler. The plan is...
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STATE HOUSE --Democrats say it's not enough and it's not soon enough. Gov. Holcomb's proposal during the State of the State address to allow school districts to raise teacher pay, starting in 2021, is getting a thumbs down from Democrat representatives, like Rep. Carey Hamilton...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - For a second straight year, Governor Holcomb is proposing to free up money for teachers by paying down pension debt. In his State of the State address, Holcomb announced he'll ask next year's legislature to pour an extra quarter-billion dollars into the Teachers...
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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – A Johnson County man was sentenced to just over two years in prison in the Indiana Department of Corrections for leaving the scene of an accident. According to the Johnson County Prosecutor’s Office, on Sept. 20, 2019 on Rocklane Road, a vehicle...
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INDIANAPOLIS --You're being asked to scan for TV channels again. If you don't, you won't be able to get channel 47 in Indianapolis, and later this year, you'll be without another channel in Evansville. "This is a transition that's taking place over the course of three years in...