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NOBLESVILLE, Ind . -- The leader of the Noblesville Police Department has announced his retirement. Kevin Jowitt will retire as Chief of Police on January 31, 2020. Jowitt has been the city's police chief for 10 years; his career in law enforcement spans more than 40 years. "...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University School of Medicine will house a groundbreaking study on Alzheimer’s disease with the help of a major grant. The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter announced Monday it will give $1 million to an early-onset Alzheimer’s disease study...
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CARMEL, Ind. —You may not be able to block out a spot days ahead of time next year to watch Carmel's Fourth of July parade. For years, people have planted chairs, tents and blankets days ahead of the Carmelfest parade. City council president Jeff Worrell calls it a "quaint...
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GREENWOOD, Ind. (WISH) — Family and friends are mourning a father and teacher killed in a training accident with the Indiana National Guard. Staff Sgt. Andrew St. John, 29, lived in Greenwood. He loved training soldiers, teaching them what he knew. But of all the dangerous...
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GARY, Ind. -- "I want justice for my son." The words of Tonia Simmons, the mother of Rashad Cunningham, who was shot and killed by a police officer in Gary Saturday morning. Heather Fox was Cunningham's girlfriend. She has sent a letter to Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson demanding...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A 5-month-old child has died after being hit by a car driven by her father Monday afternoon. Police said the baby was sitting in a car seat in a driveway. The child’s mother stepped inside and at that point, the father pulled into the driveway. The father did not...
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STATEWIDE -- There is a slight risk for some severe weather today for certain parts of the state. National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says central Indiana is the direct line of fire of a line of storms developing over the Great Plains. Western and southern portions...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The tombstone shaped sign that greets golfers just off the first tee says it all: Rest In Peace Riverside Golf Course 1900-2019. According to the Riverside Regional Park Master Plan, the golf course will be replaced by tennis courts, a zip line, baseball diamonds...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The next census is eight months away, and Indiana is getting ready. The Census Bureau encourages states to collaborate with local governments and nonprofits to get an accurate count. Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch says every state agency is being asked to...