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MUNCIE, Ind. --Hoosiers haven't changed their minds about Pres. Trump, even with the testimony in the public impeachment hearings. The Ball State/Old National Bank Survey, a telephone survey of 600 adult Hoosiers, found that 52 percent of those responding approved of the job he...
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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A nineteen-year-old from Columbus is accused of driving under the influence with her baby in the car. Lilly Hall, 19, crossed the center line on 25th Street and nearly hit a curb before officers stopped her Friday morning, according to the Columbus Police...
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INDIANAPOLIS --When InfoSys opens its campus at the old Indianapolis airport in about one year, you'll have a chance to be one of three thousand people who will eventually work there. But, even if you don't benefit that way, you'll still see the benefit of more people from...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The second month of legal sports betting in Indiana saw wagers totaling nearly $92 million, according to data collected by the Indiana Gaming Commission. A total of $91.7 million was wagered in October, nearly $60 million more than in September. Mobile sports...
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KOKOMO, Ind. -- An Indiana hemp-processing plant is open and ready to process the state's first legal crop of industrial hemp. Third Wave Farms, based in Kentucky, opened a 22,000-square-foot processing plant in Kokomo last month. The plant has machines that can dry and process...
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SOUTHPORT, Ind. --The Southport High School boys basketball team will not be allowed to participate in this year's state tournament. That's because the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) says the program committed "violations of undue influence." The IHSAA says...
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ind. --A person was killed in a crash Monday morning on I-74 in Montgomery County. State police say the accident happened around 7:20 on westbound I-74 when a semi hit a car. Police say the car, a gray 2013 Dodge Journey, hit a deer, which disabled the car in...
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MUNCIE, Ind . -- Dennis Tyler, the Mayor of Muncie, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for theft of government funds. FBI agents arrested Tyler on Monday morning at his home on Muncie's north side, reports The Star Press newspaper. An unsealed indictment reveals he faces...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Public Schools will offer free lunches for students on Tuesday even though school will not be in session due to "Red for Ed" Action Day at the Indiana Statehouse. Free lunches will be available from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the following schools:...