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INDIANAPOLIS -- Snow is likely across central Indiana before the weekend arrives. WISH-TV Meteorologist Randy Ollis says it could be a slick drive to work on Friday morning. "Probably after midnight into Friday morning, we're going to see a rain-snow mixture and that will...
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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- You may have wondered why you haven't heard much from Greg Pence, who has just been elected to serve Indiana's 6th congressional district. He had been the odds-on favorite to beat his Democrat opponent Jeannine Lake in the mid-term election. According to the...
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BEDFORD, Ind. -- You'll have two chances this month to get better acquainted with one of Indiana's natural gems, Hoosier National Forest. Hoosier National Forest will host two "It's All Yours" open houses on Friday, Nov. 16. Members of the US Forest Service will be on hand for...
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MUNCIE, Ind.- -The majority of Hoosiers support a path to citizenship for people who come to the country illegally, said the Hoosier Survey by Ball State University. About one quarter of people in Indiana believe they should be forced to leave the U.S. Charles Taylor, director...
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CLEVELAND, Ohio.--- A former wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts has won a congressional seat. Republican Anthony Gonzalez, 34, beat Democrat challenger Susan Moran to take Ohio's 16th Congressional District seat. This is the first time Gonzalez has had an elected position...
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INDIANAPOLIS --All Indiana representatives who were seeking another term won Tuesday. All seven Democrats and Republicans are going back to DC, and they'll be joined by new representatives Jim Baird, a Republican replacing Todd Rokita in the 4th District, and Greg Pence, a...
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INDIANAPOLIS— A 36-year-old Democrat has ousted a Republican state senator who's served at the Statehouse since 2005. The win in Tuesday's election came on J.D. Ford's birthday. But, perhaps more significantly, he will be the first openly LGBTQ person ever elected to the Indiana...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Not much change in the lineup at the statehouse, but one prominent legislator is out of a job. Carmel's Mike Delph, one of the Senate's most vocal conservatives, lost a rematch with J.D. Ford. Ford's the first Democrat to flip a Senate seat in 20 years, though...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- U.S. Senator elect Mike Braun is the winner of the race for U.S. Senate from Indiana.. His opponent Sen. Joe Donnelly conceded, saying he wishes Braun the best, and hopes he makes every single Hoosier proud. With more than 60 percent of the vote counted, Braun...