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PORTLAND, Ind. -- A Portland woman said she was angry that the father of her daughter wanted to change the custody rights and the girl's last name, so she thought up a plan to kill him. Esther Stephen, 31, and Shelby Hiestand, 18, were arrested on Tuesday for the murder of Shea...
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FRANKLIN, Ind. (WISH) — The former president of Franklin College arrested on child sex crimes thought he was meeting up with a teenage boy for sex. Instead, it was undercover officers. That’s according to court documents released Wednesday in Door County, Wisconsin. But police...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind .— The Noblesville school district is trying to stop teenagers from vaping by putting vaping detectors in three of its buildings. They will be installed at Noblesville High School along with Noblesville East and Noblesville West Middle Schools later this year...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Do you know the basics of how our form of government works? You might be surprised to find out just how few people actually do. Knowing not just the names of the candidates, but about the positions they are running for, is called civic literacy. "There is research...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Police are looking for a woman who crashed her car into a gaming shop on the west side and was then seen on video walking away from the scene. The woman crashed her SUV into Midwest Gamez along West Washington Street Wednesday afternoon. A person recorded the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Mayor Joe Hogsett on Wednesday unveiled a new plan to help renters across the city. Together with Indiana Legal Services and the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana, the city wants to allocate $250,000 in new funding to protect tenant rights. Under the...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- "Disappointing" is how State Superintendent Dr. Jennifer McCormick describes Gov. Holcomb's State of the State address from Tuesday night. The governor pledged to set aside money for helping teachers get a pay raise, but he said nothing could be done about it...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --The trade deal with China is a victory for Hoosiers, say some of Indiana's Republican Congressional delegation. Democrats in D.C., say the deal lacks substance and does little for American workers. The U.S. agreed to reduce of eliminate some tariffs on some...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's courts are working with police, legislators and others to thread the needle on jail overcrowding. In her annual State of the Judiciary address, Chief Justice Loretta Rush says the opioid epidemic has flooded Indiana's courts, and jail often isn't the...