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NEW YORK, N.Y. --The deaths of more than 1,800 Hoosiers last year are being blamed on drug overdoses. The acting attorney general of the United States, Matthew Whitaker, said new laws that govern the way packages are handled when they reach the U.S., may help cut down on OD...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy didn't get Amazon's new headquarters, but the officials who assembled the bid maintain the effort will lead to jobs in other ways. City and state officials argue making Amazon's 20-city will draw attention to Indianapolis. And Governor Holcomb notes Indy's...
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INDIANAPOLIS — An Avon man who admitted to killing a woman in the gym of a downtown apartment complex will spend the next few decades behind bars. Cody Weir, 26, was sentenced Tuesday for the murder of 23-year-old Carina Rodriguez. A Marion County judge initially sentenced Weir...
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STATEWIDE -- The holiday season is upon us and you might be thinking about getting a second job. But a recent university study found that having a second job may lead to more conflict within your family. Byran Webster, an assistant professor at Ball State University, was...
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- If you try to bend your smartphone, it's probably going to break. Scientists at Purdue University are working on a new type of bendable plastic that can conduct electricity, which could possibly be used in making future smartphones. "It's electrically...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Muncie man who saved his wife from a house fire in Muncie was unable to save himself. Gary Smith, 33, died Wednesday morning when a fire broke out in the attic where he and his wife were staying, according to The Muncie Star Press. Smith reportedly pushed his...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A possible cigarette tax hike is getting a cautious response from legislative leaders. Health groups and the Indiana Chamber are lobbying to triple the cigarette tax to three bucks a pack. They say it would save the state and businesses money by getting more...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Even though it will be a chilly Thanksgiving Day across Indiana, you'll likely need your sunglasses instead of your umbrella, ice scraper or snow shovel. The National Weather Service says it will be partly sunny with a high of 44 on Thanksgiving Day throughout...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Have you ever started to put together the traditional Thanksgiving Day meal for your family, only to find that you forgot a few items and need to rush to the store to pick them up? Apparently, you aren't alone. Many Kroger stores, including the one at County Line...