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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Columbus Police are looking for the driver who crashed a stolen car into a police cruiser Thursday morning. According to CPD, officers were called just before 7 a.m. to investigate reports of someone knocking on doors at the Brookside Court apartment complex...
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STATE HOUSE- -People who are caught with small amounts of marijuana should not go to jail, said Democrat state senators Karen Tallian (Ogden-Dunes), and Greg Taylor (Indianapolis). Both are pushing bills to keep people out of jail who are caught with cannabis in different...
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LAFAYETTE, Ind . -- The Tippecanoe County Coroner's Office has identified the man shot and killed Monday by Lafayette police as 39-year-old Dustin Furr, of Lafayette. Lafayette died of gunshot wounds, according to the coroner. Police were called Monday afternoon to investigate a...
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BUTLER, Ind. --A rape charge has been filed against the owner of a massage parlor in Butler. State police say they started to investigate Butler Creative Touch Massage shortly after a woman said she was inappropriately touched by the owner of the parlor while getting a massage...
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ANDERSON, Ind. (WISH) — A DoorDash delivery driver is warning others after she was robbed at gunpoint on Anderson’s south side. Jessica Hedquist said, “It was horrible. All I could think about were my kids. I have two little girls at home. It was just really scary.” She says she...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- A Ball State University professor called campus police after a student declined to switch seats during a Tuesday morning marketing class. A Twitter video showing two campus officers in professor Shaheen Borna’s classroom generated hundreds of comments and more...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Two rallies, one pro-life and one pro-choice crossed paths on the way to the statehouse on Wednesday afternoon. Each side wanting to be heard. "We're fighting, we're fighting for access to reproductive healthcare," said Sam James an organizer for the Party for...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - A proposal to allow camera-generated speeding tickets in work zones is stalled in committee, but INDOT plans to roll out other new safety measures in work zones next year. Governor Holcomb's has told the highway department to work with State Police on a list of...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --The president will be acquitted, said Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), joining senators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and Steve Daines (R-Montana), for a brief news conference during a lunch break in the impeachment trial of Pres. Trump. "I didn't realize the vitriol that...