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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Russia is at it again. That's according to National Intelligence Director Dan Coats. At a White House press briefing this afternoon, Coats, your former Senator from Indiana, said Russia is again trying to influence the election process as we approach the...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --A bill has been filed in Congress to impose new regulations on amphibious vehicles like the "duck boat" that sank in Missouri two weeks ago, killing 17 people--including nine members of a family from Indianapolis. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) is proposing that...
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INDIANAPOLIS – The Kroger store at 6108 E. 46th Street will close by the end of the month. The company blamed "ongoing poor financial performance" for the decision. Kroger said it had hoped the store could "return to reliable profitability", but has determined that such...
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INDIANAPOLIS --The day before the Indiana State Fair opens it has already taken shape. The food stands are up and some are open. The rides are together and running. The ride inspectors are making sure, to the best of their ability, that the rides are safe. "We're only required...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A retired Indianapolis Colts offensive lineman who once played for Ohio State in the late 1980's has come to the defense of the university's head football coach Urban Meyer, who is on paid leave following abuse claims made against a former assistant coach. Big...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -Twelve digital billboards across central Indiana are showing support to a Carmel synagogue that was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti over the weekend. The billboards all read "LOVE" and have a Star of David inside the "O." They went up on Tuesday and stretch...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis is on track to break another homicide record in 2018, but the city is pushing back by helping grass-roots community organizations that work to curb the violence. Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Wednesday that five organizations would be receiving $300,...
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HUNTINGTON, Ind. -- A Facebook message from three years ago is coming back to bite a State Senator from Huntington in the rear. In a discussion on Facebook that resurfaced online this week, State Senator Andy Zay said racism isn't real and calls the white male the "biggest...
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RENSSELAER, Ind. -- St. Joseph's College is being sued by its campus food supplier. Sudexo is accusing St. Joseph's of defrauding them out of $1.3 million. Sodexo gave St. Joseph's College the money to renovate its student center. In return, the school re-uped it's agreement...