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LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A discrimination suit has been filed against Mercedes-Benz after an employee says he was fired for complaining about the owner of Mercedes-Benz of Lafayette using the N-word. Jeffrey Turner had worked for Mercedes-Benz of North America since about 1987 and for...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - A $400 million federal loan will help pay for 20 Indiana water projects, and should save you and the state money. The Obama Administration began a water infrastructure loan program five years ago to help cities and towns pay for projects to repair sewers and...
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INDIANAPOLIS --A gun store was raided and shut down by the feds. U.S. Atty. Josh Minkler says a convicted felon was selling guns and making orders from gun distributors. Nearly 400 guns, silencers, and gun parts were taken by the ATF and other agencies when they busted G2 Sports...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Police in Southport are looking for the suspect in a bank robbery. A man dressed as a construction robbed the Chase Bank at 7001 S. Madison Avenue on Thursday, Oct. 3. He claimed to have a gun, but never showed one, said Southport PD. The man was wearing a white...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The Fort Wayne police officer who was arrested for child porn is on his way back to Allen County. Sgt. Andrew Beck was arrested last month by US Marshals while deployed with the military in California. He's accused of child solicitation, dissemination of...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - Gary Senator Eddie Melton says he'll focus on education and health care in his campaign to unseat Governor Holcomb. Melton says Holcomb's high approval ratings don't match what he heard from voters on a statewide tour this summer. He maintains voters in both...
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INDIANAPOLIS --At Texas A&M University, golden retrievers are being bred with a form of muscular dystrophy to find out more about the disease. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) was in Indy Wednesday to protest during a speech by the A&M College of...
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UPDATE: Wednesday afternoon, the State Fire Marshal and Kentland Fire Department determined that static electricity from a machine inside the facility caused a spark that started the fire. KENTLAND, Ind. --A packaging facility in Kentland is considered a total loss because of a...
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ANDERSON, Ind. -- The chief of the Anderson Police Department has been removed from his position. According to a release, Tony Watters was removed by Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. following a June 7, 2019 interaction with the Indiana State Police. Watters’ interaction with...