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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A Fort Wayne man has been charged with the murder of his wife. Housekeeping staff at the Regency Inn found Janaya Boone's body in her room on Dec. 11, said ABC 21 . The Fort Wayne Police Department said Boone was found unconscious in a pool of blood. A knife...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- One of Indiana's Republican Congressmen is a "no vote on the temporary spending bill passed by the Senate last night. The measure would keep a portion of the government running through February 8th. It does not have the $5 billion in funding for a border wall...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --One in ten people in Indiana are on food stamps, known now as SNAP benefits, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The president and the Secretary of Agriculture said today they plan to propose a new rule that would get able-bodied people off SNAP...
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EVANSVILLE, Ind. --An Evansville man has been reunited with the support dog that was stolen from his truck earlier this week. Mugsy, a Boston terrier, went missing on Monday while Michael Sanders was paying for gas at a Thorntons. Someone drove off in his car with Mugsy still...
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(CARMEL, Ind.) - IU Health is on track to open its second cancer center next January. A topping-off ceremony Thursday completes the outer skeleton of the Joe and Shelly Schwarz Cancer Center at IU North in Carmel. When the interior is complete, it'll accommodate 22 chemotherapy...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- In 2017, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department made arrest in about 41 percent of its murder investigations. That's below the national average of around 60 percent. In 2018, the department made significant strides. So far, IMPD has made arrests in 65...
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BROWNSTOWN, Ind. -- An organization says it wants a nativity scene on the Jackson County Courthouse lawn taken down immediately. The Freedom From Religion Foundation says it has sent a letter to the Jackson County Commissioners asking them to remove the display from the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Another session, another round of bills regarding the legalization of marijuana filed by State Sen. Karen Tallian of Portage. Tallian has once again filed the same bill that she has filed the last several legislative sessions, which would legalize recreational...
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INDIANAPOLIS - The 14-year-old accused of murdering a man at a Dollar General store made his first court appearance Wednesday. The robbery and murder at the Cumberland location on East Washington Street occurred the night of Dec. 10. He faces three charges: murder, felony murder...