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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. --You may need to rescan your TV channels this week if you get your channels through an antenna. The FCC says TV stations in Indianapolis, Evansville, Terre Haute, Ft. Wayne, and South Bend are changing frequencies. You'll still get the stations on the same...
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KOKOMO, Ind. --The public is invited to pay their respects to a State Trooper who was killed in a crash Friday night. Visitation for Trooper Peter Stephan will be Thursday at Crossroads Community Church in Kokomo from 2 to 8 p.m. The funeral service is set for Friday, October 18...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Presidential candidate and former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford will visit Indianapolis this week. Sanford, who also spent time as a U.S. Representative, is on a week-long speaking tour called, "Kids, We're Bankrupt and We Didn't Even Know It."...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Four people were shot in Indianapolis in a span of three hours Monday. IMPD says one person was killed and the rest were injured. In the one where a man was killed, IMPD officer Genae Cook says two men starting arguing while trying to conduct some kind of business...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- City-county councilors have passed a budget for the next fiscal year. The 2020 budget calls for more funding for public safety, such as grants to help Indianapolis firefighters, police officers, and other community-based crime prevention efforts. The final vote...
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ROCHESTER, Ind. -- Jury selection happening today in the trial of the woman accused of hitting and killing three children at a bus stop in Fulton County almost a year ago. Alyssa Shepherd is charged with reckless homicide, passing a school bus causing injury and criminal...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The man accused of murdering his mother in Speedway was arrested after being shot in downtown Indy Monday evening. Vinson Edge was quickly named as a suspect when police were called to her apartment in Speedway Monday morning. They found Vicki Edge stabbed to...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - More than two dozen Indiana cities have sister cities overseas. But economic development specialists say just signing up a partner isn't enough. Greater Columbus Economic Development Corporation president Jason Hester says it's like an online dating profile...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - Legal marijuana would create money and jobs, but maybe not as many as you think. Oregon economist Beau Whitney works with New Frontier Data, which focuses on bringing hard numbers to the cannabis debate. He told a Indiana Economic Development Association...