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EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- The wife of the firefighter shot and killed last week in Evansville is charged with obstruction of justice. Police say they do not have a person of interest in the case of who shot Robert Doerr to death, but they arrested Becky Fox Doerr affter she admitted...
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BROWNSBURG, Ind. -- A popular doughnut chain said it has fired employees after a complaint about them throwing raw dough at a wall in a viral video. A complaint was filed on Tuesday with the Hendricks County Health Department about the Dunkin' Donuts in Brownsburg. A...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A gambling bill sailed through the Senate last week. It could face choppier waters in the House.   The bill makes at least four major changes in what you can bet on and where. It authorizes a new casino in Terre Haute, allows Gary to turn two lakefront casinos...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Nine out of ten people who develop colorectal cancer in Indiana are age 50 or older. That's why doctors say you should get a screening of some sort, if you're 50 or older, if you're white, or 45 or older, if you're black. In Indiana about six out of 10 people who...
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GRANGER, Ind. -- An 11-year-old boy from Granger who shot and wounded his father, an Indiana State Trooper, has been charged with attempted murder. The boy, whose name is not being made public due to his age, is being charged as a juvenile. Police say the shooting happened at...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Five years after a cover-to-cover rewrite of Indiana's criminal code, dozens of counties say their jails are more crowded than ever. The rewrite of sentencing laws created six classes of felony instead of four, with a goal of steering more low-level offenders...
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind .--An energy park that spans the entire length of the border between the U.S. and Mexico, may be a better solution than a wall, say professors at Purdue and several other colleges.The plan would bring energy, water, jobs and border security to the area, said...
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Update - 3:30 p.m. INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police Sgt. Jim Gillespie says missing Indianapolis woman Rachel McAfee and her daughter, Emma, have been located. IMPD said in a news conference that Emma was found dead. McAfee was taken to the hospital with cold related injuries...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Failing health inspections is why two Rally's restaurants in Indianapolis were forced to close. The Marion County Public Health Department revoked the food license for the Rally's at Kentucky Avenue and Mann Road January 31 for haing critical violations. One of...