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WASHINGTON, D.C. --Indiana's two Democrat representatives voted to terminate the national emergency declared by Pres. Trump to get money for a physical wall on the southern border of the United States. Thirteen Republicans also voted to end the emergency. Every House Democrat...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- One person is dead and one other was hurt Tuesday night in a shooting in a neighborhood west of the Broad Ripple business district in Indianapolis. Police were called at 9:30 p.m. to Central Avenue a few blocks west of College Avenue. Indianapolis Metro Police...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana is halfway to approving sports wagering, and a new casino to place those bets. The Senate voted 38-11 to allow Majestic Star Casino to move one of its two Gary licenses to downtown Gary, and the other to Terre Haute. The bill would also legalize sports...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A bill to keep the Pacers in Indy has passed the Senate and heads for the House. The bill would earmark a slice of the taxes collected at four new hotels being built downtown to expand the convention center and make improvements to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. And...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Fire investigators believe the fire at a barber shop on Indy's northwest side was intentionally set. Local, state, and federal investigators believe the Feb. 19 fire at Nappy Cuts barber shop was arson, reports WISH-TV . Nappy Cuts is located near the...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Some physicians Monday raised concerns about Indiana legislation that would allow nurse practitioners to work without a doctor's direct supervision. A nurse practitioner is an advanced practice nurse who can prescribe medicine and diagnose patients. Republican...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Indiana could have a film industry, if state lawmakers would make it easier for movie companies to come here. That message comes from J.B. Rogers, co-producer of "Green Book", winner for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. "It's like you've got how much film work...
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GREENFIELD, Ind. --They went to social media and taunted police by saying "Do ya job (expletive)" only to be arrested Monday. That's what state police are saying about three women who were wanted on felony warrants out of Georgia and were arrested in Indiana. They say one...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The chief executives of seven large drug making companies in the United States will be going before a Senate committee today, to answer questions about why insulin prices are so high. Eli Lilly, which is based in Indianapolis, will not be one of those...