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INDIANAPOLIS -- Hundreds of manufacturers from across the country are gathered at the Indiana Convention Center to showcase their American-made products for the Made In America 2019 event. Connie Sylvester Founder & CEO of Mommy Armor USA shared her story of why she started...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A new permit has been approved for the exhumation of John Dillinger’s body from his grave at Crown Hill Cemetery. The Indiana State Health Department approved the permit request on Thursday. Dillinger’s nephew, Michael Thompson, filed the request for the...
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MUMBAI, India --The Indiana Pacers won the first NBA game ever played in Indiana, Friday, beating the Sacramento Kings, 132-131 . The team is also playing economic ambassador while Gov. Eric Holcomb meets with Indian economic leaders in the final days of his Asian trip. "That...
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WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ind. --Two people were arrested on multiple charges in eastern Washington County earlier this week while trying to run from the police, investigators say. State police say one of their troopers was trying to stop a black Chevrolet Corvette for speeding on...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- The latest jobs report says the United States created 136,000 new jobs in September. Michael Hicks, an economics professor at Ball State University, says that's down from the last couple months, and compared to last year at this time. However, it's more than he...
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STATE WIDE --A ban on flavored e-cigarettes has been delayed in New York. It was part of the reaction to the vaping illness that has affected 48 states, and has made people sick in Indiana. The Indiana Dept. of Health says 60 people have gotten sick and one person has died...
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COLUMBUS, Ind.- -Virtual reality simulation is technology that nursing school students are using at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus. It's being used by the IUPUC Simulation Center to train them in a variety of scenarios, like neonatal abstinence syndrome. That...
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COLUMBUS, Ind. — An 11-year-old boy faces a felony charge after telling classmates he brought a gun to school. The boy, a sixth-grade student at W.D. Richards Elementary School in Columbus, told classmates about the gun while riding the school bus Thursday morning, according to...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A Halloween display that sparked anger in an east side neighborhood has been taken down. Neighbors in the area of the 500 block of Norther Emerson Ave. sent a video to News 8 that shows IMPD officers removing a figure seen in a front yard hanging from a...