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INDIANAPOLIS --Big trucks can't stop instantly. They need time and space. State troopers are reminding you of that and they wrote tickets during a special patrol Tuesday morning. A state trooper spotted people who weren't driving right and radioed to other troopers who stopped...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The driver of the semi that killed a mother and her twin daughters in a crash showed no remorse, say court documents. State police say Bruce Pollard had no emotion when they informed him the seven-vehicle crash he caused Sunday on I-465 killed a family. They say...
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WASHINGTON -- Vice President Mike Pence visited the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in D.C. Tuesday on the 50-year anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon mission. Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 was spacesuit on display for the first time in 13 years. Pence shared his own...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- It's about to become easier for Hoosiers to quit smoking. State Health Commissioner Dr. Kris Box signed an order Monday to let people buy Chantix and other smoking-cessation drugs from Indiana pharmacists without needing a prescription. The order goes into effect...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- More than a dozen FBI agents raided the offices of the Muncie Sanity District in Muncie City Hall on Tuesday. An FBI agent told The Star Press newspaper in Muncie that agents were "serving warrants" at City Hall, among other locations. Tuesday's raids may be...
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INDIANAPOLIS --A proposal to make it illegal to ride an electric scooter on sidewalks in Indianapolis was approved by the Indianapolis City-County Council Monday night. The ordinance was required after a new state law took effect July 1. The law calls the scooters "electric foot...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – On Tuesday, July 16, 2019, GetGo Cafe will host “Make It to Break It,” bringing together thousands of volunteers from across Indiana to take part in a delicious event on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium. Volunteers have a chance to break a Guinness World...
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CARMEL, Ind. -- The city of Carmel is banning the use of e-cigarettes in most public places. City councilors unanimously approved the ban last night. It's an extension of the city's current smoking ban, which was passed in 2005. That means the ordinance exempts three bars, a...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The police officer who shot and killed a black man in South Bend last month has resigned. Sgt. Ryan O'Neill tendered his resignation to police chief Scott Ruszkowski Monday. O'Neill didn't have his body camera activated when he approached Eric Logan, whom he...