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INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric Holcomb is about to embark on a trade mission to Europe. Gov. Holcomb will depart next week for a trade trip that includes stops in Belgium, France, and Germany. He will be joined by Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger and Indiana Economic...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Several Hoosiers traveled to Washington last night to hold a vigil for Mustafa Ayoubi, the man shot and killed in a road rage incident on the west side of Indianapolis last week. Ayoubi's sister Zahra Ayoubi and Indiana Congressman Andre Carson spoke at the...
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MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- The city's police chief on Wednesday was charged with theft and official misconduct and turned himself in at the Morgan County jail, state police said. Matthew D. Long bonded out of jail, Indiana State Police said in a news release that did not detail what...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sen. Todd Young is joining a group of bipartisan senators in signing a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, urging him to put pressure on both Saudi Arabia and the UAE to stop giving U.S. weapons to militia groups in Yemen. The small country that borders...
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UPDATE: IMPD said Thursday morning that the robber was 15 years old and was armed with a stolen handgun. They also said the person who shot the robber was a store employee. INDIANAPOLIS --An armed robber was shot and killed on the east side of Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Yorktown's clerk-treasurer can keep her job, despite not balancing the town's books for four straight years. The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Beth Neff could be kicked out of office under a law allowing the removal of officials who neglect their duties. But a...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb's turning to public opinion to tip the scales on a hate crime law. Holcomb says a Senate bill simply adding the word "bias" to sentencing laws is too vague. He says the law needs to include a list of groups commonly targeted by in hate crimes...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The number of push-ups a man can do might be an indicator of his health later in life, according to a new study released by Harvard University. Harvared researchers observed more than 1,100 Indiana firefighters and compared their levels of heart health over a 10-...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - It's the Senate's turn to look at ways to raise teacher pay, but their approach is likely to be similar to the House: Republican leaders have consistently said they won't order school districts to do anything. The House voted to give schools a target of spending...