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INDIANAPOLIS -- A proposed ordinance to regulate “shared mobility devices” – notably, the dozens of motorized scooters which have recently appeared in Indianapolis – was approved for consideration by the full City-County Council on Thursday by the members of the Public Works...
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INDIANAPOLIS --A heat advisory is in effect this afternoon and temperatures and especially the heat index, will be brutal this weekend. Temperatures will be in the low to mid-90s with heat index readings up to 105 locally, higher for northern Indiana. Hot and Humid weekend. Heat...
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EVANSVILLE, Ind. --Two prosecutors are fighting it out in the media in Vanderburgh County, after Terrance Roach was not convicted in the murder of Aleah Beckerle, who was disabled, and who was kidnapped and killed in 2016. Roach confessed and there was DNA evidence. He got 17...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana legislators legalized fantasy football gambling sites like FanDuel. But a lawsuit from a former IU wide receiver argues those games violate a different Indiana law: Nick Stoner is one of three ex-college players arguing the use of their names and stat...
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Terre Haute Police Deparment has canceled its plans to raffle off a puppy as a fundraiser for its K-9 program. The department said on Facebook that it planned to sell raffle tickets for $5 apiece, with the winner taking home a German Shepherd puppy...
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FISHERS, Ind. --The man who dropped his gun in the IKEA store in Fishers is being charged with criminal recklessness. The gun fell into a couch and a child found it and fired it about 2 p.m. Monday. Criminal recklessness is a low-level felony (Level 6). The probable cause...
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CHONGQING, China -- He used to be a linebacker for the Ball State Cardinals, now he's been sentenced to four years in prison on assault charges in China. He was tried last year in July, but the verdict was just announced Wednesday. In 2016 Wendall Brown was helping coach the...
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MUNCIE, Ind. --The tariffs on aluminum and steel and soybeans could do a lot of harm to Indiana's economy, said Prof. Michael Hicks, economics professor at Ball State University. He predicted 6,000 people could lose their jobs in the state, by the end of this year. Hicks said...
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A Terre Haute man who admitted to molesting a six-year-old girl told investigators he did it because others thought he was a child molester and he wanted "to prove them right." According to WTHI , James Freeman, 24, is accused of inappropriately touching the...