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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The government shutdown means next month's food stamp benefits are going out all at once, and more than two weeks early. Normally, Indiana has a staggered schedule for food stamps -- benefit cards are loaded over the course of 19 days. But the nearly 600,000...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The plan to keep Indiana's state roads and interstates clear of snow this weekend includes the use of over 1,000 snow and salt trucks across the state. "By looking at the forecast and the maps, it's potentially all 92 counties [that may be affected...
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PORTAGE, Ind. — A northwestern Indiana woman is accused of shoplifting bras and ladies’ underpants and throwing those items out her car window as she led officers on a high-speed chase. Investigators say Holly Sansone, 34, of Portage stole several items, including four bras and...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Indianapolis Colts fans want to cheer their team on when they face the Kansas City Chiefs tomorrow at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. That means they'll have to drive seven hours to get there. With snow in the forecast for Missouri, Illinois and...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -A suspect was shot and killed in a failed burglary attempt at a home on the southeast side of Indianapolis. It happened around 6:30 Thursday night in the 6400 block of Winslow Drive, near Stop 11 Road between Arlington Avenue and Combs Road. Police say a homeowner...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -About four to seven inches of snow are expected for central Indiana. The National Weather Service in Indianapolis says a Winter Storm Warning is in effect from midnight Friday through 7 Sunday morning. The warning will be in effect for Marion, Johnson, Vermillion...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indy Eleven's request for a new stadium is getting a poker face from legislators. The Indy Eleven wants the city to float bonds financed by taxes collected at a 20,000-seat stadium. Team owner Ersal Ozdemir would finance and build a hotel, office and retail...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- City leaders in South Bend are considering a proposal that would require landlords to have their rental properties inspected by the city before they are allowed to rent them out to tenants. "We're working with the common council to set up the ability to do...
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WHITE COUNTY, Ind. -- Fifty-seven dead and dying pigeons were found in a dumpster at a White County rest stop in December. Indiana State Trooper David Vido found the pigeons Dec. 10. Someone had stuffed the birds inside cardboard produce boxes and thrown them away. Five of the...