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NASHVILLE, Tenn. --If you haven't been directly affected by drug addiction, you've been affected by giving up some of your tax money to help fight the opioid crisis. The American Society of Addiction Medicine now says the definition of addiction is a disorder of the brain, not a...
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GAS CITY, Ind. -- The Gas City woman accused of strangling her stepdaughter told a judge Monday that she "doesn't need a lawyer," and will represent herself at trial. Amanda Carmack, 34, is charged with the murder of 10-year-old Skylea Carmack. Sklyea was reported missing Aug...
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STATEWIDE --There is "tremendous excitement" from people in Indiana when it comes to sports betting. That was the message from Matthew Bell, CEO of Casino Association of Indiana when he spoke to Inside Indiana Business Monday. He was recapping what he saw from sports bettors so...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you recently bought yellowfin tuna steaks at a Kroger store in Indiana, you might need to throw them away. Yellowfin tuna steaks from the seafood counter or seasoned yellowfin tuna steaks in store-prepped styrofoam trays may cause scombroid poisoning,...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -They were on the east coast helping people affected by Hurricane Dorian, but on Saturday, Indiana Task Force One returned home. Indiana Task Force One is Indiana's elite search and rescue team. A small crowd welcomed them home Saturday. They said the following on...
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BROWN COUNTY, Ind. -- Fall is almost here and the Brown County Leaf Cam is back online! The camera is perched atop a cabin near the town of Bean Blossom. It provides a panoramic view of the scenery nearby and refreshes every 15 minutes, according to the Brown County Convention...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A man had to be dragged out of his vehicle following a chase on the city’s near north side. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says an officer tried to pull over a man on a traffic stop on College Avenue near 25th Street on Monday morning. IMPD says...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Some Hoosiers are at risk of losing their food insecurity benefits under a new USDA proposal. Giridhar Mallya from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation says over three-million-people nationwide could be kicked out of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program...
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INDIANAPOLIS- Country music superstar group, Flordia Georgia Line, is in town for the Brickyard 400 and before the big race started they decided to spread a little kindness. The guys donated a new K-9 to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. IMPD took to Facebook to...