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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Richard Lugar is back home again in Indiana, lying in state until his funeral on Wednesday. Governor Eric Holcomb, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, and House Speaker Brian Bosma greeted a military honor guard carrying the former senator's flag-draped casket into...
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BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. -- Police are investigating after a body was found floating in a Bartholomew County lake. The Columbus Police Department says the body was found around 11:20 a.m. in a lake at CERAland Park. CPD says the person has not been identified. Police had...
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(NOBLESVILLE, Ind.) - A week after Carmel’s election for mayor, the Hamilton County Election Board has tossed out a claim of bribery. The race took on an ugly tone it never relinquished after Hamilton County Councilman Fred Glynn accused Mayor Jim Brainard of offering him $140,...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --Trade is not the driving force of this economy, so the talk you're hearing about tariffs on China is not as relevant as other actions by Pres. Trump, said Sen. Mike Braun. He was on CNBC, Tuesday. "What's driving this economy, and believe me, I've had a...
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. --NASA's mission is to put people on the moon by 2024 and on Mars after that. Purdue University is expected to play key roles in the research it will take to get us there, much as the school did in the 1960s. Pres. Trump is giving NASA more money than the...
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INDIANAPOLIS – A soggy April and wet start to May is keeping many Hoosier farmers from getting corn and soybeans in the ground on time. This is a serious issue for Indiana's corn growers, most of whom need to plant between April 20 and May 10 to maximize crop yield, according to...
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INDIANAPOLIS - Dozens of tech jobs are coming to downtown Indianapolis. City and state leaders Tuesday morning announced MetaCX is planning to scale up its operations, creating up to 75 new high wage jobs by 2023. MetaCX is a software service start-up. The company plans to...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A vote from the Indianapolis City-County Council could help bring economic development to an area on Indy's east side. The area the city is looking to help is by Brookville Road and Irvington Plaza. It has struggled, losing thousands of jobs and has had more...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- Ball State University is adding an Emmy Award-winning musical director to its staff. Michael Rafter, known for his work on Broadway, will be the new associate professor of musical theatre at the university. During his career, which started in 1984, Rafter has...