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WASHINGTON, D.C. --A compromise may have been reached on a new farm bill. Congress has been working on trying to get a new one passed before the end of the year, or they'll have to start over. For Indiana the new farm bill would mean support for farmers, a renewal of the SNAP...
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ST. MATTHEWS, Ky. --The person who made threats against the high school Jeff Brohm attended in the 80s has been caught and will be in court today. The threats were made when the Purdue head football coach announced he would stay at Purdue and would not return to Louisville. " It...
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FLORA, Ind. -- The man found dead in Carroll County the same morning six people were killed in a house fire in Cass County, was the father of three of the children killed in that fire. Flora's fire chief confirms Daniel Hite was found dead at his home shortly after 4 a.m...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - You won't pay any new tolls on Indiana highways -- at least for the foreseeable future. Governor Holcomb says in a letter to legislators that between last year's gas tax increase and a deal this year with the company which operates the Indiana Toll Road, the...
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GRANT COUNTY, Ind. -- At least one person is dead after a plane crash in Grant County. Marion Fire Chief Geoff Williams confirmed the fatality to News 8 just before 3 p.m. Thursday. The small plane crashed near the Marion Municipal Airport. It is not yet known what caused the...
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- More than 300 jobs are coming to West Lafayette as a digital agriculture company looks to work closely with Purdue University. Solinftec, which is based in the South American country of Brazil, will establish it's new U.S. headquarters at the Purdue...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The most powerful committee in the Indiana House will have two chairmen instead of one. Fishers Republican Todd Huston will co-chair the budget-and-tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, as Chairman Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) continues his recovery from a...
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HARTFORD CITY, Ind. -- A Hartford City man could spend six years in prison for beating a 10-year-old boy because he played with a broomstick. Paul Kelley is charged with battery resulting resulting in bodily injury to a person under 14 years old, says the Muncie Star Press . The...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's adding jobs faster than it can fill them. The Indiana Chamber is wading into the push to train more workers. The Chamber says its annual survey of member businesses found half of the nearly 700 who responded had to leave jobs open this year because...