Man Sentenced For Fatal Attack of Inmate

(NEW CASTLE) – A New Castle man has been charged in connection to the death of an inmate beaten to death at the Henry County…

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Delphi Murder Investigators Requested Etter Autopsy Results, DNA

(CARROLL COUNTY) – Investigators are requesting DNA samples from a man that killed himself during a standoff with Boone County law enforcement last month. 55-year-old…

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Prosperity Indiana Endorsed as the State Partner for National Opportunity Starts at Home Campaign

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Today, the Opportunity Starts at Home campaign announced Prosperity Indiana as a new state partner. This national effort is aimed at building multi-sector partnerships to…

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Indiana American Legion Elects New State Commander

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Allen Connelly was elected The American Legion, Department of Indiana state commander by delegates from the 11 districts throughout the state during the…

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Hundreds of Cyclists to Ride Up to 100 Miles to Raise Money to Support People Affected by Multiple Sclerosis

(INDIANAPOLIS) — More than 200 cyclists are setting out to raise $150,000 to make a difference in the lives of nearly 1 million people living with…

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Indiana Grown Under New Leadership

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The state’s Indiana Grown program is under new leadership, with the promotion of Heather Tallman to Program Director. Tallman, who previously served as…

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AG Curtis Hill Takes Action Against Car Sellers Operating Without Dealer Licenses Even After Orders to Stop

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Attorney General Curtis Hill last week filed lawsuits against two individuals who have ignored previous orders to stop operating as unlicensed car dealers….

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Sherman Minton Renewal Project Open House Scheduled for July 23 & 25

(UNDATED) – The Indiana Department of Transportation has scheduled open houses scheduled on July 23rd and July 25th in Louisville and New Albany respectively.  The purpose of the…

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Parents Told They Could Lose Kids Over Unpaid School Lunches

(PENNSYLVANIA) — A Pennsylvania school district is warning that children could end up in foster care if their parents don’t pay overdue school lunch bills….

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Mother: Family Will Sue Cruise Company Over Toddler’s Death

(INDIANAPOLIS) – There are “a million things” the cruise company could have done to prevent the death of an 18-month-old Indiana girl who fell to…

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