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JASPER, Ind. -- Now that I-69 is complete from Evansville to Martinsville, there will soon be a new highway connecting some other cities in southwest Indiana to the interstate. The Mid-States Corridor project is expected to run from the Ohio River, through Huntingburg and Jasper...
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UPDATE Feb. 13, 2020 | 3 p.m. INDIANAPOLIS -- The Marion County Coroner's Office has identified the man shot and killed Wednesday night on the northeast side. Larez Brown, 27, was shot at the Carriage House East apartment complex at around 7 p.m. He was taken to the hospital,...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - It's the Senate's turn to work on a bill freeing schools from most regulations. Bremen Representative Jack Jordan (R) says the thick rulebook Indiana schools must follow is getting in the way of helping students learn. The House unanimously approved his bill...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- How much snow will you get Wednesday through Thursday? It all depends on where you live. The majority of northern Indiana will see 3-6 inches of snow by Thursday afternoon. The majority of southern Indiana will see mostly rain on Wednesday afternoon and evening,...
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Updated: Friday, 5:00 a.m. A+ CHILDCARE AND PRESCHOOL CENTER: Closed Today ATTICA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS: Delayed 2 hours BENTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS: Delayed 2 hours BROWN COUNTY SCHOOLS: Closed Today CARROLL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS: Delayed 2 hours CENTRAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: Delayed 2...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. --The 2,411 fetuses recovered from Dr. Ulrich Klopfer's Illinois home were buried Wednesday at a cemetery in South Bend. Indiana Atty. Gen. Curtis Hill spoke at the burial, saying Indiana met its obligation to bury aborted fetuses. "While it would have been...
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LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. --A port in Lawrenceburg would be a big help to farmers in Indiana, says Rep. Greg Pence (R-6th Dist.), who also says he would like to work on a larger, comprehensive bill to fund improvements in highways and broadband. "That's where we need to go next because...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A microchip the size of a grain of rice can carry reams of personal information about you. Legislators want to block employers from requiring you to carry it in your body. Some companies have experimented with implanting microchips under your skin the way you'd...
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INDIANAPOLIS-- You have rights whenever a crime is perpetrated on you, and a crime victims rights group is asking state lawmakers to make it mandatory that you're informed of those rights, and that victims be compensated regardless of whether they cooperate with law enforcement...