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BRAZIL, Ind. -- Hoosier children that have been victims of crime, and kids that want to be law enforcement officers when they grow up, now have a place to come together, thanks to the purchase of a 62-acre property in western Indiana. Through private donations, Indiana sheriffs...
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BOSTON (WISH) -- Thousands of people ran around Boston Monday for the 123rd Boston Marathon. One of those runners was Andrew Peterson, a Special Olympics athlete from central Indiana. Peterson is the second Special Olympics athlete ever to qualify for the race. The first person...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Senate has approved its version of the budget, but the real work is just starting. House and Senate negotiators will recalculate their spending plans starting Wednesday, when the legislature's fiscal analysts deliver an updated forecast of how much the state...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- A student from Ball State University should have thought twice before posting to Snapchat. The post helped lead to his arrest in an attack that happened near campus, said police. Around 1 a.m. on March 30, Muncie police were called to a Ball State fraternity...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Someone in Fort Wayne threw a four-month-old puppy in the garbage like it was a piece of trash. Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control is asking for the public's help in finding whoever is responsible. The puppy was found March 20 inside a crate in a trash bin on...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - You might not pay more for vaping after all. On a voice vote, senators have gutted a bill to impose a tax on e-liquids, calling instead for a study of the issue. Logansport Republican Randy Head says he supports taxing e-cigarettes in principle, but says there's...
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. --A man from Bloomington was arrested Monday afternoon because police say he stabbed a maintenance worker. It happened around 1 at a property on West Kirkwood Avenue. Maintenance workers told investigators they got a report about someone being in one of the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Hoosier students with dyslexia will be able to use screen readers during state testing if Senate Bill 390 wins the support of state lawmakers and is signed into law. One in five Indiana students is dyslexic. According to Cheryl Clemens, leader of Decoding...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- There might be something in your Chips Ahoy! cookies. Mondelez Global LLC is recalling some packages of Chewy Chips Ahoy! cookies because something in the cookies is making people sick. The "something" is being described by Mondelez as "an unexpected solidified...