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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Another case of the mumps has been confirmed at Indiana University. This marks the seventh case so far on the Bloomington campus. The first two cases of mumps were confirmed Feb. 21. The patients were roommates, IU spokesperson Chuck Carney said. He said...
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STATE WIDE --Thousands of small businesses in Indiana are doing better thanks to Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, said Juanita Duggan, president and CEO of the NFIB (National Federation of Independent Businesses), a national small business association. Those businesses are filing...
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BEDFORD, Ind. -- Intimidation and harassment are some of the charges against man in Lawrence County. State police say they were called by a North Lawrence school board member last year. They said they had been emailed by a man identifying himself as James White. This man said...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- People living in the Old Northside neighborhood are fed up with the amount of trash piling up in their yards. Residents say most of the trash is being thrown from the interstate. The big question: who is responsible for cleaning it up? The debris is getting...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Robocalls can serve a good purpose, says Sen. Todd Young (R-IN). But not when you are getting them ten times a day. "We've dealt with this issue of robocalls in the state of Indiana in a very public way for decades now," Young said in a hearing of the Senate...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Tyler Trent's family was recognized at Victory Field Thursday night following the Indians' season opener. Members of Tyler's family, including his parents Tony and Kelly Trent, were on the field after the game and pushed the button to set off the fireworks...
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LAS VEGAS -- A former NFL player arrested in Las Vegas is now facing a murder charge in a child's death, according to Metro Police. Cierre Wood, 28, was arrested Wednesday on 1st-degree child abuse and neglect charges. The murder charge was added Thursday. Amy Taylor was also...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators are still looking to tax vaping, but the Senate has a different idea of how to do it. The House voted to tax e-liquids by the ounce. A Senate committee has changed that to a straight 20% tax on the price. Markle Senator Travis Holdman says he wanted...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- After a weekend where six people died from shootings in the span of 24 hours, one local group says, "enough is enough." "As a community, we're going to have to start asking and answering the tough questions of 'how do we get back to loving our neighbor?'" says...