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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The state is weighing whether you'll get to read the inside story of how Carrier rolled back a planned factory shutdown in Indy. Carrier reversed its decision three weeks after President Trump's election, in exchange for a freshly negotiated incentive package...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- He tried to kill his ex-girlfriend with a homemade bomb, now he's been sentenced to 101 years in prison. According to the Muncie Star-Press, 40-year-old Ray Mackey, Jr. got the maximum sentence from a Circuit Court judge Monday. In September, a jury found him...
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MARION COUNTY, Ind -- The month of October is officially here and with it is flu season as well. The Marion County Health Department is giving you the opportunity to get a free flu vaccine this week. Jennifer Case-Tardiff, a nurse with the department's infectious diseases and...
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INDIANAPOLIS - The Indianapolis Prize Gala celebrated and honored some of the most accomplished environmental conservationists over the weekend. The sold out, black-tie event was held Saturday night in downtown Indianapolis. Dr. Russell A. Mittermeier was chosen as the 2018...
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Cereal lovers, get ready for the return of fruit-shaped Trix! General Mills said Monday that Classic Trix with Fruity Shapes are returning to store shelves for the first time since 2006. "Trix cereal is beloved by our fans, and we heard loud and clear that they...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Trump has announced a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada. It's called the USMCA and it will replace NAFTA, that's if it gets congressional approval as well as approval from the governments of Mexico and Canada. Greencastle State Rep. Jim Baird,...
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ROCHESTER, Ind . -- A former school nurse from Fulton County was sentenced recently for stealing medication from middle school students. Ashley Beck of Rochester will spend six months on probation after pleading guilty to theft. Beck was arrested in March after prescription...
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STATEWIDE - Starting today, Hoosiers will have to pay more to shop online, in some cases. The Indiana Department of Revenue is set to start enforcing a law passed last year. If you buy products online from out-of-state companies, you'll be charged the state's 7 percent sales tax...
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Fourth in a series (INDIANAPOLIS) - Senate candidates Joe Donnelly and Mike Braun agree the warmup in relations with North Korea is an improvement, but they take slightly different views of where to go from here. Both candidates caution Kim Jong Un may not keep his promises to...