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New Haven, Ind. -- On Jan. 27 emergency workers found 2-year-old Jocelyn Belcher wrapped in a blanket and cold to the touch in her home. She had been dead for at least two hours from a hemorrhage in her neck, and had injuries consistent with abuse, said the Journal Gazette . Her...
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MUNCIE, Ind. --Even if you're lighting up a cigarette right now, chances are you would support being charged $2 more per pack, if part of the revenue went to a tobacco prevention program to keep kids from using tobacco and to wellness programs. That question was asked as part of...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you're looking to adopt a pet, Indianapolis Animal Care Services is offering free adoptions from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 21. The adoption fee is normally $60, but it is being waived on Wednesday only. The free adoption includes all age-appropriate...
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LAWRENCE, Ind . -- A man accused of exposing himself to women and children at a Lawrence apartment complex has been arrested. Over the weekend, detectives arrested 34-year-old Prajeesh Puthiyakavil on several charges, including burglary, voyeurism and indecent exposure...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts teamed up with Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett to give back to the community ahead of Thanksgiving. The team distributed food to 2,000 families in need. Families chosen from community centers, schools and other organizations lined up at...
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INDIANAPOLIS --One person is dead because of a crash on I-465 Monday night that involved a car and a semi. Indiana State Police say it happened on I-465 southbound south of Crawfordsville Road at about 11. The semi was stopped in traffic when the car rear-ended the semi. Police...
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RICHMOND, Ind.-- A fire at an apartment killed two people and injured six others Monday night. Emergency responders were called to the Interfaith Apartments on North West Fifth Street shortly before 5. That's a few blocks north of Earlham College. When they got there, they found...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - One of the toughest battles in the upcoming legislative session could be over an issue where leaders in both parties appear to agree. A hate-crimes law will be one of Governor Holcomb's legislative priorities, and Senate Majority Leader Mark Messmer (R-Jasper)...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis City-County Councilor Christine Scales said Monday that she will not seek re-election. Scales, who is in her third term as 3rd District Representative, did not give a specific reason as to why she will not seek a fourth term on the council. In a...