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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A teacher-pay plan is in final negotiations at the statehouse. Both the House and Senate have voted to encourage schools to earmark 85% of their budgets for the classroom. But the Senate added a requirement for schools to submit a plan for reaching that goal if...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Vice President Mike Pence will join President Donald Trump at the National Rifle Association convention next week. Pence is now listed as a "featured speaker" while Trump is the "keynote speaker" for the NRA Institute for Legislative Action Leadership...
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MUNCIE, Ind. --A Muncie man who's suing his parents for throwing out his collection of pornographic videos and magazines may have a case. Fox News Radio legal analyst Loretta Powers said she believes a judge may consider the case from the angle of abandoned property, and the...
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INDIANAPOLIS --The National Rifle Assoc. Annual Meetings that start in one week are an example of why Indianapolis needs more motel and hotel space downtown, said Chris Gahl, senior vice president of Visit Indy, the organization responsible for conventions downtown. "This is...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's spending plan for the next two years will have to be dialed back slightly. The state's updated revenue forecast predicts about $33 million less in tax collections over the next two years, and an extra $64 million in money which has to be spent on...
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) -- Indiana University said Wednesday it has confirmed nine new cases of the mumps, bringing the total number of infected students to 16. IU said the nine sick students are associated with a fraternity, but has not disclosed the name of the fraternity...
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STATEWIDE -- Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-IN 8th District) announced Wednesday that he will run for re-election in 2020. Bucshon has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2011. His district covers southwest and west-central Indiana and includes Evansville, Jasper, Terre...
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FISHERS, Ind. — If you live in Hamilton County, keep an eye on your mailbox. You may soon receive a bright yellow mailer informing you of your new polling place. After 40 years, the county has decided to move polling places out of schools. Only one school in the county, Sheridan...
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EVANSVILLE, Ind.- -A sword-wielding robber is going to prison in Evansville. Yesterday, Ryan Hensley, 38, was convicted of threatening a man with a sword in order to take his scooter. Prosecutors say Hensley did that last September in broad daylight in Evansville. After failing...