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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Southport High School is appealing the Indiana High School Athletic Association's decision to ban the boys basketball team from this year's state tournament for recruiting violations. The IHSAA said the coach used more than $5,000 from the Southport...
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ELKHART, Ind. -- A woman who once lived in Elkhart is guilty of providing financial aid to ISIS. 33-year-old Samantha Elhassani took a deal from federal prosecutors and pleaded guilty Monday. In return for her guilty plea, conspiracy charges against her were dismissed. Elhassani...
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STATEWIDE- -This Thanksgiving week is expected to be a record week for travelers, which is why state police say they are stepping up patrols starting Wednesday. Troopers will be participating in Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort), which is a federally funded...
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Two blocks of Illinois Street in downtown Indianapolis will close in early December for about eight months of tunnel work associated with the ongoing DigIndy tunnel project. Citizens Energy expects the stretch of road to reopen in July at the earliest.
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SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind .--A man was killed when the grain truck he was driving overturned in Sullivan County Monday afternoon. Police say, Robert Haythorne, 71, of Sullivan was driving the truck on State Road 48 near County Road 200 West in Sullivan County when the truck went off...
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SEYMOUR, Ind . -- A student at the Seymour Middle School Sixth Grade Center was expelled Wednesday after hitting a button to activate the school's active shooter alarm. Principal Linda Ludeman was disciplining a student in her office Wednesday afternoon when she had to step out...
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NEW PALESTINE, Ind. (WISH) — New safety measures are coming to a dangerous crosswalk near New Palestine High School. The changes come just two weeks after a boy riding his bicycle was hit by a truck trying to make his way to school at the crosswalk off U.S. 52. “You literally...
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FRANKLIN, Ind. -- Over the last year, residents in Franklin have been dealing with the effects of a plume of toxic chemicals that have been originating from land that used to be occupied by an old Amphenol facility. Now it seems there is a second site that is creating the exact...
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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- One of the state's largest employers is cutting thousands of jobs. Cummins, which is based in Columbus, says they are planning to slash 2,000jobs from its global workforce, which right now is around 62,000 workers. The engine maker is chalking up the move to...