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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Hospitals could face new restrictions on where they can build. Indiana hospitals once had to get a "certificate of need" to show they were building in an underserved area. That law was repealed 19 years ago, and Indianapolis Senator John Ruckelshaus (R) argues...
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MORRISTOWN, Ind. -- When it comes to Notre Dame football, no one may be more excited about this year's college football playoffs than Greg "Goose" Worton of Morristown . The Shelby County native says he's been a fan of the Fighting Irish for nearly 30 years. “I become a fan of [...
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TELL CITY, Ind.- -One of the kids hurt in a fire in Tell City, called 911. Three other kids died. Danielle Plock Sims, 11; Thomas Plock Sims, 6; Roseanna Plock Sims, 3, all died this morning in that Perry County fire. The mom, Selina Applegate, was hurt when she tried to save...
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GREENWOOD, Ind. - Numerous mail thefts were reported in the days just before Christmas in neighborhoods in the Center Grove school district as a thief targeted dozens of homes. "Noticed there was a lot of mail everywhere along people's yards, package being ripped, laying in...
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INDIANAPOLIS --A 12-year-old boy was critically injured in a shooting Thursday afternoon on the east side of Indianapolis. It happened around 2:45 on East New York Street near Wallace Avenue. The boy was taken to Riley Hospital and had to have surgery. IMPD says they're trying...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- A teenager from Noblesville is the youngest heart transplant recipient at St. Vincent Hospital. Will Chance, 16, found a perfect match donor in September and got the surgery. He had been diagnosed with an enlarged and failing heart in 2016. He went to the...
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CARMEL, Ind. -- A natural gas leak during routine maintenance is what caused the explosion Carmel High School, according to investigators with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. The explosion happened just after 6:10 p.m. Wednesday on the second floor of the building...
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CARMEL, Ind. -- Hamilton County is getting its first Safe Haven baby box installed on Friday. It will be set up at Douglas Callahan Fire Station 45 off College Avenue and 106th Street. The box allows people to anonymously surrender their healthy newborns without fear of criminal...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The price of a first-class stamp is going up...again. The US Postal Service will raise the price of a first-class "Forever" stamp from 50 cents to 55 cents on January 27. It will also be more expensive to send mail or packages via Priority Mail and Priority Mail...