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(INDIANAPOLIS) - It's the Senate's turn to start putting together a state budget. A Senate committee has kicked off budget discussions. The Senate Appropriations Committee kicked off the first of six budget hearings over 10 days with the formal presentation of House Republicans...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -Patrick Wagner's passion for politics began when he saw his father's involvement in a construction union. Now Wagner, a Democrat, is putting that passion to use as he runs for a spot on the Indianapolis City-County Council for District 16. That district spans as...
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SOUTHPORT, Ind. -- A detective with the Southport Police Department has died, the department announced Monday. "As you can imagine, we are devastated to learn of the passing of Southport Detective Sergeant Jason Swanson. At this time, we ask that you keep his family in your...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -Keeping the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis may be difficult with competition like Los Angeles and Dallas also interested. Gerry Dick, with Inside Indiana Business, said Monday that much of the national media that covers the Combine would like it to stay in...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- In response to pressure from lawmakers in Congress, Eli Lilly and Company is rolling out a cheaper insulin product for diabetic patients. The Indianapolis-based big pharma company will start selling Insulin Lispro, which they say will start selling at $137.35 per...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Administrators at Butler University are responding after the words "white power" were found on a dry erase board over the weekend. It is unclear how many students observed the message that was discovered in the Atherton Student Union Lounge. Butler's Student...
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STATEWIDE -- Broadband Internet access is sorely lacking in rural parts of Indiana. A new push from the Holcomb Administration looks to change that. Citing a Purdue University study that said Indiana could gain billions of dollars from the full-deployment of broadband Internet...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's minimum wage is staying put for now. Lawmakers at the statehouse rejected an amendment last week to the state budget that aimed to raise Indiana's minimum wage to $8.50. The current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Democrat State Representative Cherrish...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- About 200 people came together Friday night to remember a man shot to death in what police called a road rage incident and what witnesses said should be called a hate crime. Mustafa Ayoubi was 32 years old when he was killed Feb. 16. Indianapolis Metropolitan...