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GARY, Ind. --The deal to keep all 3,900 jobs at the U.S. Steel plant in Gary has still not been finalized. Negotiations on just how much the city will offer in tax credits, are still going on, and the company's executives have commented that jobs still might be lost in a city...
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HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. -- The Hancock County Sheriff's Department is still investigating the four-car crash that killed Indianapolis Fire Department recruit David R. Short II. On Friday, Short's car was hit head-on by a Dodge Ram that crossed the center line on Mt. Comfort Road...
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WASHINGTON -- South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg will take part in a Fox News town hall event on May 19. The event will be moderated by Fox News host Chris Wallace. Buttigieg is the third Democrat candidate to agree to a Fox News town hall. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders took part...
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MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- A date has been set in the trial of Martinsville police chief Matthew Long, who is charged with theft and official misconduct. Long is accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave than he had actually accrued...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A man connected to several robberies has been taken into custody, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. IMPD says a call of a suspicious person led to the arrest of 28-year-old Anthony Johnson. On April 13, officers responded to the 5100...
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HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. -- Police have identified the woman that was killed in a crash in Hendricks County Tuesday morning. The preliminary investigation says Laura Thomas, 54, of Clayton, Indiana, was going west on U.S. 40 when her van went off the road, hit a culvert, and...
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JACKSON COUNTY, Ind. --A turkey flew through a windshield and injured a person driving a car Monday in Jackson County. The crash happened on U.S. 50 between Seymour and Brownstown. The driver is recovering. It is turkey season in Indiana, which means wild turkeys are on the move...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Wendy Adams waded through nearly four inches of mud to reach her mother's grave Monday afternoon at New Crown Cemetery in Indianapolis. The plot was submerged in mud and surrounded by patches of waterlogged, marshy ground. "Since December, it's been an ongoing...
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CARMEL, Ind. -- The Carmel city clerk-treasurer is accusing the city's mayor of creating a "toxic environment" within city hall. The accusations are being made by Christine Pauley against Mayor Jim Brainard. She said that he invited her twice to accompany him on personal trips,...