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INDIANAPOLIS -- Administrators at Butler University are responding after the words "white power" were found on a dry erase board over the weekend. It is unclear how many students observed the message that was discovered in the Atherton Student Union Lounge. Butler's Student...
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STATEWIDE -- Broadband Internet access is sorely lacking in rural parts of Indiana. A new push from the Holcomb Administration looks to change that. Citing a Purdue University study that said Indiana could gain billions of dollars from the full-deployment of broadband Internet...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's minimum wage is staying put for now. Lawmakers at the statehouse rejected an amendment last week to the state budget that aimed to raise Indiana's minimum wage to $8.50. The current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Democrat State Representative Cherrish...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- About 200 people came together Friday night to remember a man shot to death in what police called a road rage incident and what witnesses said should be called a hate crime. Mustafa Ayoubi was 32 years old when he was killed Feb. 16. Indianapolis Metropolitan...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Snow is on the way for Sunday. Meteorologist Andrew White, with the National Weather Service Indianapolis, says snow will begin to move into the central Indiana area after sunrise on Sunday. Snow will fall through out the day into the afternoon. He says the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- More young people are getting involved in fishing and fishing tournaments. Billy McDonald, professional bass fisherman, said he saw examples of that when he spoke at the Indy Boat, Sport and Travel Show. "I probably would've went to college if they had bass...
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GARY, Ind. --Twelve people have been murdered in Gary since the beginning of the year. Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and Police Chief Richard Allen say that's a sharp increase and they plan to take steps to try and slow the violent crime rate down. "We want residents to know that...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — How aggressive of a driver are you? Are you the motorist who tailgates? Do you speed or are you a distracted driver in a hurry to get somewhere? Indiana State Police Sgt. John Perrine said Friday that police believe all of the above are hazards. "We know...
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(ANDERSON, Ind.) - Trucking companies want Congress to let them fill a driver shortage with 18-to-20-year-olds. Every state except Hawaii allows 18-year-olds to get a trucker's license -- but they can't cross state lines. Trucking companies argue it doesn't make sense to say...