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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Not much change in the lineup at the statehouse, but one prominent legislator is out of a job. Carmel's Mike Delph, one of the Senate's most vocal conservatives, lost a rematch with J.D. Ford. Ford's the first Democrat to flip a Senate seat in 20 years, though...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- U.S. Senator elect Mike Braun is the winner of the race for U.S. Senate from Indiana.. His opponent Sen. Joe Donnelly conceded, saying he wishes Braun the best, and hopes he makes every single Hoosier proud. With more than 60 percent of the vote counted, Braun...
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STATEWIDE -- Record voter turn out is being blamed for some technical issues at a few polling locations in Johnson County. Indiana GOP Chairman Kyle Hupfer said the high number of voters taxed the system to a degree that it was really slowing down voting. It got even slower when...
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ROCHESTER, Ind. -- Services were announced Monday for three siblings killed crossing the street to get on their school bus in northern Indiana. A Tippecanoe Valley School Corp. bus had stopped and lowered its stop arm around 7 a.m. Tuesday on State Road 25 near Rochester just...
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WASHINGTON -- Several varieties of Duncan Hines cake mix are being recalled over possible Salmonella contamination. Conagra Brands issued a voluntary recall after a sample of Duncan Hines Classic White Cake Mix tested positive for Salmonella, the US Food and Drug Administration...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- With reports of heavy voter turnout across Indiana, those who live and work near the two U.S. Senate candidates say the draw to the polls has been greater this election cycle. Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun lives in Jasper and owns several businesses in...
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STATE WIDE --Voter turnout so far in Indiana has been varied. Some places had long lines almost as soon as the polls opened up. Other places had little or no wait. At Connection Point in Brownsburg, the lines were long. "I'm really tired of the divisiveness in our country right...
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WASHINGTON, D.C .--A soldier from Evansville died in a training accident in Tacoma, Washington. Specialist Drew Watters, 23, was killed at Joint Base Lewis McChord, in an accident Sunday. The Army did not discuss what happened, but they did confirm that they are working on an...
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STATEWIDE -- If you still need an ID to vote, license branches in Indiana are extending their hours so you can get one. The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles says its branches will be open till 6 p.m. on Tuesday. Branches will only process new, amended, or replacement ID cards...