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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Both candidates for mayor in South Bend are talking about how they can make Hoosiers in the St. Joseph County city feel safer. But, Democrat candidate James Mueller and Republican candidate Sam Haas, have different ideas on how to accomplish that. Mueller,...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Vandals are targeting electric scooters in Indianapolis. Someone is cutting the brake lines on Lime scooters. "I didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary when I picked it up. But when I went to brake the first time, I noticed the brake line had been cut and it...
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LIZTON, Ind. -- Parents and alumni of Tri-West High School in Lizton are outraged that the school district's superintendent is resigning. Michael Springer tendered his resignation to the North West Hendricks School Board Tuesday afternoon. The moves comes after Springer had be...
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GARY, Ind.--State Sen. Eddie Melton announced Tuesday he will run for governor. Melton is running against former state health commissioner Dr. Woody Myers, and businessman Josh Owens, for the Democrat nomination. Melton announced his candidacy at an event in his hometown of Gary...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - The NBA All-Star Game in Indianapolis will leave a million-dollar legacy statewide. The host committee for the game is taking grant applications from nonprofit groups for youth-focused programs focusing on either science and technology education, or on health...
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- She was charged with abandoning her adopted child in Lafayette, now, she's asking the judge to let her leave the state. Kristine Barnett is asking the judge to allow her to go back to her home in Bradenton, Florida, to continue working, said WLFI . She is...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - As Indiana studies ways to pay teachers more, three school districts are getting a multimillion-dollar head start. Marion County's Perry Township Schools and the Goshen and Brown County Schools have received a five-year, $47 million federal grant, through...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Today is the first day of early voting for the Nov. 5 municipal elections. Registered voters who won't be able to make it to the polls on Election Day have two ways to cast an absentee ballot: in person and by mail. You can cast an in-person absentee ballot at...
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WASHINGTON, D.C.- -The trade deal announced Monday between the U.S. and Japan may have a positive impact on Indiana's farmers and ranchers, said Jessic Ditto, deputy communications director for the White House. The deal prioritized agriculture and makes it easier to sell America...