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FISHERS, Ind. -- Scott Fadness will run for re-election as mayor of Fishers next year. Fadness was elected as Fishers' first mayor in 2015. He served as Town Manager from 2011 - 2014 and Deputy Town Manager of Operations from 2009 - 2011. In announcing his bid for another term,...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- One man beaten to death on US 30. Fort Wayne police responded to a called on eastbound US 30 in Fort Wayne Wednesday night, WOWO reports . Witnesses say a man got out of his car and went up to another car at the US 33 Interchange, and beat the driver. The man...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Attorney General Curtis Hill is getting some backlash from one of his colleagues over early voting sites in Marion County. Last summer Common Cause Indiana sued the Marion County election board over the amount of satellite voting locations that were available to...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you drive North Meridian Street as part of your normal route, you may want to look for a detour. Red Line construction will have a good portion of the road down to only two lanes for the next several months . The two southbound lanes of North Meridian Street...
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WINCHESTER, Ind. --Thousands of people in Indiana are being treated for addiction to pain meds and heroin. Some of those Hoosiers are pregnant women, and some of those women have babies that are born addicted. Hope for those babies and the mothers, may be in a residential...
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PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. --A large load of marijuana was discovered inside a truck when state police stopped that semi for an inspection on Interstate 70 in Putnam County, Wednesday morning. Inside the truck was a legitimate load of lettuce, hiding a load of pot-260 lbs., of...
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(HOBOKEN, N.J.) - Indiana's typical student-loan debt is slightly above the national average, according to an online student-loan broker. LendEDU says the average graduate from Indiana colleges last year had about $17,000 in debt, 4% above the national average. Two out of five...
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(NOBLESVILLE, Ind.) - Discussions on a hate crime bill in next year's legislature are already underway. Last week, Governor Holcomb became the first Indiana governor to call for a hate crimes law, after someone painted Nazi symbols on a Carmel synagogue. He says he's already...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Grab your wands and broomsticks, a Harry Potter-themed party is coming to Indianapolis! "Wizardfest" will take place at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 4 at the Old National Centre. Deluxe will be transformed into Hogwarts, where a dance party will take place. Wizardfest...