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AUBURN, Ind. --The cars once owned by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, that are being auctioned off in Auburn, are examples of what sometimes happens to cars that are owned by celebrities. "A lot of times, particularly in the case of the Mini [the 1965 Mini Cooper S...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy's arts groups are marking the beginning of a new season with the annual "Start With Art" celebration. The City-County Council will vote in a few weeks on a proposed budget which continues a million-dollar allocation for the Arts Council of Indianapolis. And...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The release of the latest round of ISTEP scores will be delayed because of two issues, including a grading problem. The spring results were supposed to be presented to the State Board of Education on Tuesday. The Department of Education announced Thursday that...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - They paved the way for Sunday sales last year, but members of an alcohol study committee are still reviewing the rest of Indiana's alcohol laws. Legislators created the committee in response to the granting of alcohol permits to two Ricker's convenience stores...
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STATEWIDE --Indiana has the second fewest sex offenders in the country, according to a new report. Analysts at A Secure Life, a home security firm, evaluated data from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to provide complete rankings. "The National Center for...
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BEECH GROVE, Ind. -- One man's dreams of viral fame have become nightmares for a grandmother from Beech Grove. The 68-year-old woman was reportedly buying clothes for her grandchildren at a Walmart on the south-east side of Beech Grove Wednesday, when 22-year Phillip Weaver...
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VALPARAISO, Ind. – A former deputy prosecutor from Porter County has had her law license suspended by the Indiana Supreme Court after being accused of mishandling a child molesting case. According to the Times of Northwest Indiana , Trista Hudson failed to disclose during a...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- IndyCar driver Robert Wickens is back home again in Indiana. Wickens was transferred to IU Health Methodist Hospital on Thursday, Aug. 30 to continue treatment in his home of Indianapolis, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced Friday. He will soon have...
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CARMEL, Ind. --Legislation against "hate crimes" helped in Israel, said the consul general of Israel to the Midwest, Aviv Ezra. But, he said he would not suggest that Indiana adopt a hate crimes law because he doesn't presume to suggest what another state might do. "When we said...