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New sculptures to welcome guests back to The Garden and IMAStaff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS — Chicago-based artist Anders Herwald Ruhwald is making his Indianapolis debut this summer with two major exhibitions, Anders Ruhwald: Century Garden and Holes at Newfields.

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State: 371 additional Hoosiers diagnosed with COVID-19Staff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health said 371 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories.

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State hits pause: Holcomb delays move to Stage 5 of reopening planIndiana will not move to the next stage of its reopening plan this holiday weekend as initially planned.

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Not so fast: Holcomb pauses reopening state for two weeksIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday he is pausing his plan to reopen the state for two weeks after the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and daily test positivity rate in the state increased over the past week.

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St. Peter's dedicates $6.3M 'Den'St. Peter's Lutheran School and Church will dedicate its $6.3 million gym called The Den at Fifth and California streets in downtown Columbus July 9, 11 and 12 in four separate 20-minute services in order to effectively and safely distance people amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Camping Indiana to have 'give back' weekendMembers of Camping Indiana, a Facebook group, are participating in a Give Back Weekend for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources July 10 through 12.During that span, members will be picking up trash at various state parks, fish and wildlife areas and state forest properties.

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Security added to Medora bridgeMEDORAA security system has been added to the historic Medora Covered Bridge just east of the small southwestern Jackson County town.

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Golden Lake 6.30.2020Upon launching we followed our traditional path of heading in a northerly direction across Golden Lake to Pigeon Creek, and on into Hogback Lake.

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Fugitive living in Whiteland killed after standoff in PennsylvaniaHAZLETON, Pa. — A fugitive who was riding in a tractor-trailer that had been pulled over on a Pennsylvania interstate led authorities on a chase that spanned multiple miles and jurisdictions and held them at bay with gunfire for three hours until they shot and killed him, officials said.

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Camping Indiana to have 'give back' weekendMembers of Camping Indiana, a Facebook group, are participating in a Give Back Weekend for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources July 10 through 12.Members will be picking up trash at various state parks, fish and wildlife areas and state forest properties.

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Novel Idea: Chelsea ScottName: Chelsea ScottTitle: Youth program specialist for the Jackson County Public LibraryWhat's the name of the book and author you are recommending?

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Local officers praised for medical assistanceTwo local police officers are being credited with using their emergency skills and training to help children during two separate medical emergencies.

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Lincoln Amphitheatre to host Amp Unplugged eventStaff ReportsLINCOLN CITY — The Lincoln Amphitheatre's third Amp Unplugged event of 2020 will feature Paul McDonald, a top 10 finalist in the 10th season of the hit TV show American Idol, on, July 26 at 5 p.m.

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Indiana delegation reacts to Russian bounty reportsMembers of Indiana's congressional delegation representing Columbus have issued responses to reports that President Donald Trump either ignored, or was unaware of, a Russian plot to award a bounty to kill U.S. and coalition troops in Afghanistan.

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Pershing Township Board plans budget hearingThe Pershing Township Board plans to conduct its 2021 budget public hearing at 6 p.m.

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SpaceGuard Products celebrates 30 years in SeymourFive years ago, SpaceGuard Products President Eddie Murphy hinted at some changes and growth on the horizon.

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Mark your calendarsFriends of the Library hosts pop-up book saleGREENFIELD — The Friends of the Hancock County Public Library will hold a two-day, gently used-book sale in the main branch lobby, 700 W.

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Schneck reflects on hospital guild's work in 2019From conducting fundraisers to assisting in various areas of the Seymour hospital, Schneck Medical Center volunteers make a big impact.

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Black Lives Matter sign stolenStaff ReportsA Black Lives Matter sign was stolen from the front lawn of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbus at 7850 W.

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IDEM issues Air Quality Action Day for todayThe Indiana Department of Environmental Management has issued an Air Quality Action Day and is forecasting high ozone levels for today in two areas of the state.

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State holds off on Stage 5Indiana has extended restrictions from Stage 4 of its five-stage Back on Track plan until July 18.During a live stream on his Facebook page Wednesday, Gov.

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Amazon will bring 'hundreds' of jobs to WhitelandAmazon officials released more information about its planned fulfillment center in Whiteland. The fulfillment center, 19 Bob Glidden Boulevard, in the Whiteland Exchange Business Park off Interstate 65, will be the E-commerce giant's sixth fulfillment center in the Indianapolis-area, joining two facilities in Plainfield and.

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Faith Southern Baptist Church plans VBSFaith Southern Baptist Church's vacation Bible school will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 20 through 24 at the church, 8856 N.

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City to have public session on golf coursesCity officials will meet with the public Wednesday in an informational session about proposed Columbus golf course changes.

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Indiana Pontoon Boat Manufacturer to Invest $7 Million in Second FacilityA northern Indiana manufacturer of pontoon boats will invest $7 million in a second production facility to help meet growing retail demand, state officials announced late last month.

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Indiana Business Owners React to Decision Not to Move Into Phase Five of Reopening PlanAfter Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that the state would not be moving forward into Phase Five of the state's coronavirus reopening plan this weekend,...

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Air Quality Alert Issued in NE Illinois, NW Indiana Issued Due to Forecast of High Ozone LevelsThe National Weather Service has issued an air quality alert throughout northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana beginning on Thursday morning.

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Police respond to serious shooting on Indianapolis northeast sideThe incident happened after 8:30 p.m. on East 30th Street near North Arlington Avenue. Initial reports from the scene indicated one person had been seriously wounded, according to a public information officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

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Indiana School for the Deaf prepares for reopeningThe Indiana School for the Deaf is one of many Indiana schools still developing a full plan to reopen in the fall.

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Analysis: Spike in Indiana COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations leads to pause on reopeningAfter reaching its first "peak" of new cases in late April and early May - with a high of 946 new cases on April 26 - Indiana's number of daily new cases have slowly decreased in the last month, with a low of 233 on June 7.

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Fairgrounds Festival: Safety questions raised over big eventThis year's Indiana State Fair is canceled due to the pandemic, but the "Fairgrounds Fun Park" will be on the same site and feature some of the same attractions that make the fair so popular.

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Indiana Won't Move to Phase 5 as Planned, Will Instead Move to Phase 4.5Indiana was set to lift nearly all coronavirus restrictions this weekend, but as fresh outbreaks have prompted some states to backtrack on their reopening plans, the state will not be moving to phase five as planned, the governor announced.

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Kentland, Indiana flooding leaves homeowners without insurance struggling to recoverSome Kentland, Indiana homeowners who were hit hard by flooding last weekend are waiting with uncertainty about cleanup and repairs to their homes.

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump falsely asserts Biden was fed questionsWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has fabricated a complaint that Democratic rival Joe Biden was fed questions at a news conference and read his answers from a teleprompter.

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State launches 'Mask Up Hoosiers' campaignOne of the biggest goals of the campaign to encourage Hoosiers to wear their masks out in public is to reach the younger generation.

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Governor orders restrictions to remain at entertainment venuesGovernor Eric Holcomb ordered a pause just before the state was to reopen completely, citing rising coronavirus numbers across the country and here at home.

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One killed in crash on Interstate 69 southbound in FishersOne person is dead after a crash Wednesday evening on Interstate 69 southbound in Fishers, according to state police.

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Michigan judge allows restart of disputed oil pipelineTRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A Michigan judge is allowing Enbridge to resume pumping oil through a Midwestern pipeline.

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Coronavirus Indiana: Deep River Water Park in Crown Point reopens after COVID-19 delaysDeep River Water Park in Crown Point has reopened for the 2020 season with restrictions to limit coronavirus spread.

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Mother faces neglect charges after family dog kills baby boyA 38-year-old Lafayette woman faces neglect charges after a family dog attacked and killed her baby boy.

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Coronavirus in Indiana nursing homes: State will release data, finallyIndiana officials will release facility-level data for COVID-19 in nursing homes, a drastic departure from previous policy, which shielded that information from public view.

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Indiana delays lifting capacity limits on restaurants, barsINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana will keep capacity limits in place for restaurants, bars and entertainment venues because of worries about a possible increase in coronavirus cases across the state.

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Indiana says it will release nursing home virus figures, as indoor visits may soon restartSince late April, its peak, weekly reported virus cases have declined by 77%, while weekly death reports have dropped 83%, Daniel Rusyniak, chief medical officer for the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, said Wednesday at Gov.

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Driving In Indiana? Put Down That PhoneIndiana has joined more than 20 other states that have banned drivers from using handheld devices while operating a vehicle.

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Here's A Look At Some Of Indiana's New Education Laws, In Effect July 1Indiana Public Media is your source for news and information, music, arts and community events from WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television.

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State responds to Alyssa Shepherd's appeal that her convictions in deadly bus crash should be droppedThe State of Indiana has filed a brief with the Indiana Court of Appeals in response to an appellant brief submitted by a Fulton County woman who was convicted of striking and killing three children and injuring a fourth while they crossed a state highway to get on a school bus in October 2018.

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Clarkston star Fletcher Loyer moving to Indiana with Michigan offerMichigan's 2022 class for high school boys basketball was looking to become a great one with Emoni Bates of Ypsilanti Lincoln and Fletcher Loyer of Clarkston leading the way, along with Mount Clemens' JaVaughn Hannah and Orlando Lovejoy of Romulus Summit Academy.

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SEC's Sankey: Federal NIL law needed for fair competitionSoutheastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey told a U.S. Senate committee Wednesday that there needs to be a uniform federal law to regulate the compensation of college athletes instead of a series of state-level versions with different requirements.

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Indiana Face Covering Requirements Enacted in CountiesElkhart adopts a public health order requiring face coverings where six feet of separation cannot be maintained unless there is health exception.

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USMCA Now in Effect; Why it's Important to Indiana AgricultureJuly 1 was a big day for US agriculture as the long-awaited United Trade Agreement entered into force.

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United Way Providing COVID-19 Relief Grants To Southeast Indiana Non-Profits"We are extremely grateful to play a part in healing the Southeast Indiana community."

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Diocese suspends Carmel pastor who called Black Lives Matter demonstrators 'maggots and parasites'The pastor of a Catholic church in Carmel has been suspended days after he published a weekly message that referred to Black Lives Matter demonstrators as "maggots and parasites."

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Indiana to start new Stage 4.5 coronavirus phaseMcDonald's will stop reopening restaurants for 21 days as COVID-19 cases spike across America.

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Indiana Farm Bureau Still Supporting 4-H at Modified State FairSome things, well, many things will be different at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in August.

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State hits 'pause' button on moving to Stage 5 of pandemic reopeningGov. Eric Holcomb hit a pause button on moving Indiana to Stage 5 and full reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, instead saying he is moving the state to Stage 4.5.

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Governor closes indoor bar service in parts of Michigan due to COVID-19 concerns; signs bills allowing cocktails-to-goUS construction spending drops 2.1% in May with home building and nonresidential activity both down.

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Indiana to release detailed data on COVID-19 deaths in long-term care facilitiesThe information detailing where people have died in long-term care facilities will be available on a dashboard from the state.

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Analysis: Trump fights to keep a job Dems say he isn't doingWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is asking Americans to let him keep his job. His critics are questioning how much of that job he's actually doing.

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Police in Indiana on patrol, looking for violators of new hands-free cellphone lawPeople in the habit of having a phone in hand while driving a car in Indiana, be warned - you are now at risk of getting slapped with a traffic fine.

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Indiana delays lifting capacity limits on restaurants, barsIndiana will keep capacity limits in place for restaurants, bars and entertainment venues because of worries about a possible increase in coronavirus cases across the state, Gov.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 371 new cases, 8 additional deaths reportedThe Indiana State Department of Health Wednesday reported 371 new coronavirus cases and an additional eight deaths, bringing the state's total to 45,952 cases and 2,456 deaths.

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Indiana delays lifting capacity limits on restaurants, bars as the state sees uptick in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizationsIndiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday Indiana will enter what he calls Stage 4.5 of reopening Indiana leading up to the 4th of July weekend.

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National Endowment for the Arts Approves 12 Indiana Arts Organizations for $600,000 in CARES Act FundingINDIANAPOLIS — The National Endowment for the Arts announces the nonprofit arts organizations recommended for direct funding through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security.

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Hamilton County's 'Tenderloin Tuesdays' to support restaurants impacted by COVID-19The popular local attraction "Tenderloin Tuesdays" is back for its 11th year.

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Indiana raises minimum age to marryMultiple changes for Indiana state laws go into effect the minimum age to marry from 15 to 16.As with prior law, anyone under the age of 18 will need a court judge's approval to marry.

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COVID-19: State restrictions will not be relaxed, nursing home data to be made public, governor urges mask wearingStage Five Restrictions: The governor announced some COVID-19 restrictions set to expire July 4 will be extended at least two weeks.

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U.S. Army seeks to hire thousands in three daysAs part of the branch's first nationwide virtual hiring campaign, the military is making a major push to hire Hoosiers.

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Indiana's Victor Oladipo Unsure of Return to Shortened SeasonAfter a long layoff, Indiana Pacers star Victor Oladipo still isn't sure if he wants to rush get back for the NBA's shortened season, fearing injury.

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Air quality alert issued for Southwestern Indiana on ThursdayThe Indiana Department of Environmental Management has declared an Air Quality Action Day for Thursday, July 2, warning that ozone pollution could reach levels unhealthy for some people.

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Downtown Indy businesses start removing boards from windowsSeveral downtown Indianapolis businesses are trying to slowly move back to normal operations.

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Rainbow Ice CreamWe've had our share of rainbow parties, fairy birthday parties and unicorn parties. The only thing missing from all of our parties is rainbow ice cream.

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Indiana Board of Tax Review may not "ride in on a white horse to save the day" for Assessor who failed to prove his caseName: CVS Corporation #2519-01 v. Lake County Assessor and CVS Corporation #0434-01 v. Lake County Assessor - Date Issued: May 22, 2020 - Property Type:...

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Pandemic EBT Program Sent $319 to IPS Students and Other Qualifying FamiliesThe Indiana Family and Social Services Administration and the Indiana Department of Education sent "Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer" benefits to families whose children receive free or reduced-cost meals at school.

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'Good Bones' Recap: Episode 4If you noticed the Stutz Building shaking a few months ago, that was Karen dropping a bombshell in the Two Chicks office: She's retiring!

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Indiana man arrested with blank credit cards in HannibalA Granger, Indiana, man was arrested Tuesday in Hannibal for possession of a forging instrument after officers found him in possession of blank credit cards and a device for making fake credit cards, police said.

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8 new COVID-19 deaths, 371 cases reported by ISDHAnother 8 Hoosiers deaths from COVID-19 and 371 confirmed cases were reported on Wednesday by the Indiana State Health Department.

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Indiana governor extends prevention of of evictions, foreclosures and utility disconnectionsIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order today preventing evictions and foreclosures until July 31, according to a press release from the governor's office.

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Indiana counties taking plea to reduce jail populations seriouslyIndiana counties appear to have taken seriously a plea to limit coronavirus infections by reducing jail populations.

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Minor League Baseball Cancellation Hits Indiana TeamsIndiana Public Media is your source for news and information, music, arts and community events from WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television.

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Victor Oladipo undecided about returning this season for Indiana PacersVictor Oladipo said on Wednesday that he is still undecided about returning for the Indiana Pacers when the NBA resumes its season in Orlando, but he hopes to make his decision "soon."

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Catholic pastor apologizes for Black Lives Matter remarksCARMEL, Ind. — A suburban Indianapolis Catholic pastor has apologized for remarks in which he compared the Black Lives Matter movement and its organizers to "maggots and parasites." The Indianapolis Star reports the Rev.

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Meet Randy and Skyler: The Hoosier couple on the new Netflix show, 'Say I Do'In the season finale of Netflix's new original series "Say I Do," viewers get to watch an Indiana couple have a wedding they never would've thought possible.

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Ex-Atlanta officer who killed Rayshard Brooks out of jail after posting bondThe former Atlanta police officer who shot and killed Rayshard Brooks on June 12 has been released from jail after posting a $500,000 bond.

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Rum Runner Party Boats launching in CiceroThe Fort Wayne-based company is partnering with the Boathouse Kitchen and Swan Dive on Morse Lake to offer short excursions for groups of 12 to 16 people beginning later this month.

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Visit Indiana lists '20 IN 20' thrill ridesVisit Indiana has released its newest #The20IN20 list. The 10th list in the organization's series unveils 20 of the Hoosier state's top thrill rides.

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Black history Indiana: Roberts settlement reunion moved by coronavirusLaVella Hyter has always looked forward to the Fourth of July. It is, for her, more than a celebration of America.

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Green Township Police Officer Diagnosed With PKD In Need Of New Kidney"Troy is a very hard worker, always starts early and goes above and beyond day in and day out."

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Local Couple Say "I Do" On New Netflix SeriesFor one local couple, a new Netflix series was life-changing and helped them create the wedding of their dreams.

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Nearly a dozen Indiana distilleries produce sanitizer during pandemicIf you have made a trip to the store searching for hand sanitizer only to find barren shelves or the occasional unfamiliar brand, you are not alone.

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How To Watch: Indiana Gov. Holcomb To Give Updates On Covid-19Indiana is currently in "stage 4" of Gov. Holcomb's five-tiered reopening plan following months of restrictions due to COVID-19.

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Indiana State University announces changes for fallThe changes are all due to COVID-19 and keeping students safe. University officials released arrival, housing, and dining changes.

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Registration for Indiana reserved hunts starts July 6Beginning July 6, Indiana hunters can apply for a reserved hunts online by visiting.

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Historic Renovation Grant Program now open for Indiana applicantsThe program, which is designed to preserve and rehabilitate historic properties, provides project funding between $5,000 and $100,000.

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Registration for Reserved Hunts in Indiana Starts July 6Starting July 6, hunters in Indiana may apply for a reserved hunt online by visiting in.gov/reservedhunt.

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Coronavirus in Indiana: What we learned from governor's updateGov. Eric Holcomb and other state officials updated the public on Indiana's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic during a Wednesday afternoon news conference.

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Indiana's Attorney General to sue Florida company after it didn't provide services people paid forThe Attorney General says they are made to make people believe they won a free vacation.

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Historic Renovation Grant Opens For ApplicationsApplications are accepted on a rolling basis and can be submitted at any time.

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Victor Oladipo: Indiana Pacers guard could miss NBA restart over injury fearsIndiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo says he's considering sitting out that NBA's resumption in Orlando later this month due to fears over his susceptibility to injury.

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Indiana slowing down reopening efforts due to increases in COVID-19 dataThe Hoosier State is slowing down its reopening efforts amid the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Eric Holcomb said during his latest update Wednesday that he is hitting pause on some of the reopening plans in Indiana.

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Indiana delays reopening plan, keeps capacity limits on restaurants, bars over coronavirus spike worriesIndiana will keep capacity limits in place for restaurants, bars and entertainment venues because of worries about a possible increase in coronavirus cases across the state, Gov.

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Indiana fugitive takes off in semi, is killed after 3-hour standoffA fugitive from Whiteland who was riding in a tractor-trailer that had been pulled over on an interstate near Hazleton, Pennsylvania, led authorities on a brief chase and held them at bay with gunfire for three hours until they finally shot and killed him, officials said.

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Vegas Is Big Jobs Loser, RV Hub Holds On in New Tourism EconomyThe American cities most dependent on tourism are suffering some of the worst labor markets in the coronavirus recession, with almost one-third of workers unemployed in vacation destinations from Hawaii to the east coast.

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Indiana plans to release coronavirus infection data at long-term health care facilitiesIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and health officials updated the public on the state's response to COVID-19 during a Wednesday afternoon news conference.

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The Latest: Thailand proud of European recognition on virusBANGKOK — The spokesman for the government body coordinating Thailand's response to COVID-19 outbreaks has expressed pride that the European Union selected Thailand as one of just 14 countries whose travelers it will once again welcome.

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Hebron Man Killed In Officer-Involved ShootingMichael T. Pelley, 33, of Hebron, died during an officer-involved shooting on June 27 near the 1800 block of Petersburg Road in Hebron, reports the NKY Tribune.

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Indiana ready to largely lift coronavirus rules this weekendIndiana will keep capacity limits in place for restaurants, bars and entertainment venues because of worries about a possible increase in coronavirus cases across the state.

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New month, new law for Indiana and Illinois residentsWednesday marks the first day of July. Besides a new month, you can expect to see new laws in both Indiana and Illinois.

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German diocese says the Rev. Georg Ratzinger, elder brother of Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, has died at 96The Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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WRTV is limiting when we use mugshots. Here are the reasons.WRTV has implemented a new policy narrowing the instances in which mugshots will be used.

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UK says China's security law is 'clear and serious' violation of Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong KongThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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One Dead, Four Hurt In Fireworks ExplosionFranklin County, IN) - One person is dead and four others were injured in a massive explosion and barn fire in Franklin County Tuesday night.

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Richmond Baking Company Evacuated For Possible Armed IntruderRichmond, IN) - It was a scary morning Wednesday morning for third-shift workers at the Richmond Baking Company.

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New laws in Indiana: No holding cellphones while driving starts July 1A new law, effective July 1, prohibits motorists from holding or using a cellphone while operating a motor vehicle unless they use hands-free technology such as Bluetooth or a cradle, or need to call 911 in an emergency situation.

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Effect Of Covid-19 Now Evident On Wayne Co. Jobs For 1/4 Of YearWayne County, IN) - It's now been 13 weeks, or one-quarter of the year, that the effects of Covid-19 have been visible on Wayne County jobs.

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McGrath Wins KY Democratic Primary; Will Face Mitch McConnellMore than 544,000 votes were cast in the Democratic primary. The delay in declaring a winner was caused by the narrow margin and an excess of mail-in ballots amid COVID-19 concerns.

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Indiana set to largely lift coronavirus rules this weekendINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is set to lift nearly all coronavirus restrictions this weekend even as fresh outbreaks have prompted some states to backtrack on their reopening plans.

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Batteries replace diesel for jumpstarting Indiana natural gas plantsThe go-to resource for in-depth news, analysis, blogs and more on the international energy storage industry.

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Indiana Reports 371 New Cases of CoronavirusNote: Indiana's governor is set to provide an update on COVID-19 in the state at 1:30 p.m.

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Questions surround hospital, clinic closures despite influx of federal stimulus moneyHundreds of employees and patients are left in limbo as Community Health Network announced it will close two Kokomo facilities - an outpatient rehab clinic and specialty hospital.

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Barn Fire Kills One, Injures Four Others In Franklin Co.Multiple fire and EMS units and three medical helicopters were called to the fire on the 12000 block of Whitcomb Road on Tuesday night just after 8:00 p.m., reports WLWT-TV.

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State police arrest 2 suspects wanted for Indiana County home invasionState police arrested two men wanted for a home invasion in Indiana County last Tuesday.

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Indiana Fever announce all games to be streamed free for Indiana residentsThe organization announced Wednesday that all 92 counties in the state will be able to stream games from home.

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Indiana Coronavirus Update: IN reports 45,952 COVID-19 cases, 2,456 deaths as unemployment claims increaseRead the latest news updates about the symptoms and spread of COVID-19 through Indiana.

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Indiana coronavirus: 371 new cases, 8 additional deaths reportedIndiana coronavirus cases: Governor to provide update on state's pandemic response.

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One dead, four injured after firework show preparation gone wrongThe victim, Donald Winters, had been preparing for a Fourth of July firework show inside the Whitcomb Road barn, Brookville Fire Chief Aaron Leffingwell said Wednesday morning.

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High temperatures into the low 90sHumidity won't be as high as it has been in the last few days as high pressure slides closer from the northeast.

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Seymour woman seeks couple who helped after Lawrence County crashBedford Times-MailHURONIt was an exciting day for 21-year-old Brook Neidige and her infant son as they were heading to Washington to visit family members June 5.Their car was packed with overnight supplies ahead of the nearly two-hour trek west from their home in Seymour.

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Catholic group organizing fall festival to replace Oktoberfest this yearFor many people, the Seymour Oktoberfest is three days and nights of fun, food and fellowship in downtown Seymour.

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Man hospitalized after accidentally shooting himselfA Crothersville man was airlifted to a regional hospital Friday night after accidentally shooting himself in the face, police report.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters touches lives, but county is short of volunteersAll it took was a few minutes before the conversation turned to comics. Sheridan Smith had received her first match through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, and was scheduled to meet Ayla, her Little — the girl she could be mentoring.

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Ready for hands-free? New state laws take effect todayGov. Eric Holcomb signed 84 bills into law this year, many of which take effect today, most notably one that strengthens penalties for drivers who have their hands on their cell phones while their car is moving.

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C-119 parts hit another snag in IowaThe effort to bring the final pieces of a C-119 "Flying Boxcar" aircraft that the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum purchased last year to Columbus has run into further delays in Iowa.

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Grant program to help schools improve remote learningINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana public schools will be able to apply for grants from the $61.6 million the state is providing to improve remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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'THE SAME PAGE': Amid an uncertain mood, police seek common ground with people they serveHANCOCK COUNTY — It's not easy, watching the image of policing getting tarnished almost every night on the news, local law enforcement officials say.

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Police arrest man after he hits, chokes pregnant womanPolice arrested a Greenfield man after he hit and choked a woman who told police she was 20 weeks pregnant with twins.

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Farmers Market hopes to expand this monthColumbus Farmers Market organizers hope to expand its purposely-limited 25 vendors sometime this month. Jacob Hendricks, the market coordinator for the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department, mentioned in May that the market, scaled down because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, would be ramped up slowly throughout the summer to best promote...

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Visitor center creates Jackson County Bison TourStaff ReportsThe Jackson County Visitor Center released the Jackson County Bison Tour on Monday as a way for people to get out and enjoy, explore and learn about the county.

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Closings for July 4thThe Columbus City Utilities Office will be closed Friday for the July 4th holiday. Regular business hours will resume Monday at 8 a.m.

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Body cameras on county's agendaBody cameras for all Bartholomew County Sheriff deputies will be discussed Monday by the Bartholomew County Council, the first time they have been considered since 2017.Sheriff Matt Myers, who describes body cameras as a "non-negotiable priority" for the department, is expected to request a $284,238 additional appropriation this year to acquire...

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State Road 258 to open for Fourth; then close againState Road 258 will reopen at Persimmon Creek east of Freetown in Jackson County by Thursday following a 30-day closure for a box culvert replacement project.

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Bosley files for county councilA third Democrat is seeking a Bartholomew County Council at-large seat. Tiffany Bosley, 34, Columbus, turned in her declaration of candidacy Monday at the Bartholomew County Courthouse, as well as a consent to fill a ballot vacancy.

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Library offering online programs for adultsThe Jackson County Public Library is offering online programs for adults this month. Programs will be posted on the library's Facebook page with a link to the library's YouTube channel, which can be viewed at any time.

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Lilly Scholarship applications availableStaff ReportsThe online application for the 2021 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship, administered by the Heritage Fund and Independent Colleges of Indiana, is available.

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Crothersville church recognizes woman for 70-plus years of membershipCROTHERSVILLEMary K. Rose is as consistent as they come. That's one of the words Pastor Mark Wooten used to describe her dedication to Crothersville Church of the Nazarene for more than 70 years.

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Paynetown SRA hosting Pollination PartyMonroe Lake is celebrating the addition of its new pollinator garden space at Paynetown State Recreation Area with a Pollination Party from 1 to 4 p.m.

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Health department searching for a testing siteThe Jackson County Health Department is in need of a location to provide COVID-19 testing in the county.

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Greenwood schools names Teacher of the YearGreenwood schools' Teacher of the Year just completed her 19th year in the classroom, and she knows robotics.

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Cummins settles with Turbo Lab over patent infringementCummins Inc. announced Tuesday that it has reached a settlement with Turbo Lab for patent infringement involving the unauthorized marketing and use of turbo nozzle rings.

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State: 16 more Hoosier deaths attributed to COVID-19 statewideStaff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health said 385 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories.

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Group works to ensure everyone can exercise their right to votePeople who have spent time in the justice system may not realize they still have the right to vote here in Indiana.

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Oklahoma voters put Medicaid expansion in Constitution, extend health coverage to tens of thousands of residentsThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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Baseball's minor leagues cancel 2020 seasonsBaseball's minor leagues canceled their seasons Tuesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, and the head of their governing body said more than half of the 160 teams were in danger of failing without government assistance or private equity injections.

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TinCaps' canceled season impacts local businesses in downtown Fort WayneOfficials with the TinCaps announced the 2020 season is canceled which will impact local businesses in downtown who rely on fans to bring in money.

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Smoking age now up to 21 in IndianaThe minimum age to buy cigarettes and other nicotine products will jump from 18 to 21 on Wednesday, July 1.

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Wendy Robinson: Love of Learning Part 1After 47 years as an educator with Fort Wayne Community Schools, Superintendent Wendy Robinson retired Tuesday.

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New laws going into effect in IndianaEx-Atlanta policeman charged in Brooks' death freed from jail - TV.

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Businesswoman Lauren Boebert defeats five-term U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton in Colorado's 3rd District Republican primaryThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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Downtown, DistancedPreviously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: if your city's like ours, and I know ours is, you had some protests and riots damaging your complacency back in May.

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Indiana Twins youth baseball travel team making up for lost practice timeJust south of Indianapolis, the Indiana Twins youth travel baseball program is dealing with the same dilemma as the big league clubs.

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Indiana's hands-free driving law takes effectEx-Atlanta policeman charged in Brooks' death freed from jail - TV.

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Vigil for teen killed when car went into retention pondA candlelight vigil Tuesday evening for a southeast side Indianapolis 16-year-old who died last weekend when the car she was riding in with three other teens went into a retention pond.

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At Clifty Falls State Park, the hiking is getting a bit easierAt Clifty Falls State Park, the hiking can be pretty rugged on some trials. That's the way the terrain is at the popular park on the Ohio River just outside Madison.

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Pandemic Parking: Reclaiming the Streets for Embattled Restaurants, Through the Parklets of Al Fresco DiningI'm revisiting this site after a long, long hiatus, not because I'm back in Indy or because I have an update on development and planning.

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Coronavirus: Indiana, beware of summer lure to reopen too quicklyIndiana has not fully opened. Our state is one of four that has not seen a significant increase in the virus.

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4th of July fireworks in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana: What's legal whereAs Fourth of July weekend steadily approaches, a familiar sound is sure to echo through neighborhoods across the country: the pop and crackle of backyard fireworks.

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Millions more go to organizations helping in the COVID-19 crisisThe latest grants include $1.8 million to a pair of food banks. The C-CERF Task Force prioritized the final distribution of grants to organizations in Marion County focused on people struggling with mental health issues caused by isolation and stress; food access for individuals with lost income; and other underserved populations with special...

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1 person seriously hurt in Tuesday night shooting in Fort Wayne.Fort Wayne police are looking for the person or people responsible for the city's latest shooting that left one person seriously hurt.

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John Hickenlooper wins Democratic Senate primary in ColoradoThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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Episode 173: The End of an Era"Do you want to start a podcast? " Over three years ago Fabian sent this text message to Jared.

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We're Open Indy: All Star Bowl reopens after remodelThey were among the last places to reopen in the Hoosier state but now bowling alleys all over Indiana are back in action for the summer.

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Abby Broyles wins Democratic Senate primary in OklahomaThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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Atlantic salmon now being harvested in IndianaAlbany, Indiana, is about 750 miles away from the Atlantic Ocean, but the Delaware County town of 2,100 Hoosiers is where Atlantic salmon is now being harvested.

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Parents and schools get ready for next school year amid pandemicExperts are weighing in on students returning to the classroom and whether or not parents should send their children back in the middle of a global pandemic.

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Man faces charges following serious injuries to babyAccording to Bloomington Police Captain Ryan Pedigo, the infant suffered a brain injury. After talking to the baby's mother and the 27-year-old male suspect, the Bloomington man was arrested on preliminary charges of battery resulting in serious bodily injury and neglect of a dependent resulting in injury.

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Hands-free driving law in Indiana starts July 1stStarting July 1st drivers in Indiana can no longer hold a cell phone in their hands while operating a vehicle.

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Jim Inhofe wins Republican Senate primary in OklahomaThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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City plans two important announcements this week, including COVID-19 updateWednesday at 1 p.m. Mayor Hogsett will detail plans for an "economic restart program aimed at encouraging Central Indiana residents to support and explore Indianapolis' restaurants, museums, cultural institutions small businesses and hospitality amenities."

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Heat, humidity, storms through midweekThe hot and humid trend continued through our Tuesday with scattered showers and storms.

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July 1 ushers in new tobacco, vaping age of 21At the end of last year, a federal law raised the minimum age from 18 to 21 for buying or using tobacco and vaping products.

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Indiana's hands-free driving law goes into effect tomorrowUnder the new law, drivers will have to use Bluetooth, a headset or dashboard mount if they need to use their phone in the car.

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Report shows $480,000 in donations to cover Pence legal aidWASHINGTON — Donors contributed nearly $480,000 to cover Vice President Mike Pence's legal expenses from special counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 elections.

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Govenor extends order on evictions, foreclosures, utility disconnectionsINDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Tuesday, June 30, signed an executive order to extend a moratorium on evictions, foreclosures and the disconnection of utility services.

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Hands-Free driving law set to start in IndianaHere's a look at several laws that will go into effect in Indiana this week.

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Downtown Indianapolis: A plan to get the city center back on track"Our intent is to put forth a solution-focused approach to rebuilding downtown as we navigate the dramatic impact that COVID-19 is having on our downtown," said Sherry Seiwert, president and CEO of Downtown Indy, Inc." We are assembling business and civic leaders representing businesses large and small, private and public to outline essential...

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Tulsa, Oklahoma, police chief says 1 of 2 officers shot during traffic stop has diedThe Associated Press is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City.

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Miller Township Board Votes To Adopt Cumulative Fire FundThe Miller Township Board voted on June 25 to adopt the new Cumulative Fire Fund that could help pay for new fire engines or equipment for Bright and Miller-York fire departments.

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Strike three for Indians: Minor League Baseball canceled for this yearIn a statement from the Indians, "the many many COVID-19 related challenges that would accompany staffing team rosters for a two-month season, Major League Baseball has advised that it will not provide players to the teams of Minor League Baseball in 2020, resulting in the cancellation of this season."

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No TinCaps games for 2020 due to cancelation of Minor League seasonST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Officials have formally announced that there will be no Minor League Baseball this season.

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Cellphone driving laws start Wednesday in Idaho, Indiana, South DakotaIdaho, Indiana and South Dakota will join 22 other states that already require phones be in hands-free mode, according to the Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts, amid ongoing efforts to reduce distracted driving fatalities across the nation.

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Indiana County Sheriff's Office Mourning Death Of K-9 BakThe Indiana County Sheriff's Office is mourning the death of K-9 Bak.

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Fairgrounds Fun Park with rides, 'midway foods' coming to Indiana State FairgroundsIf you're looking for a fried Oreo or to ride the Ferris wheel, that can still happen despite the summer of coronavirus.

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Glass: Indiana Will Honor Scholarships, Even if Athletes Don't Want to Compete Because of COVID-19In a letter to all athletes from Indiana athletic director Fred Glass and his replacement Scott Dolson, the administrators said the resumption of any sports seasons will be made by medical professionals and not the athletic department, and if any athlete did not want to compete because of COVID-19 concerns, their scholarships will still be honored.

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Indiana 'Not A Big Competitor' For Flossmoor: MayorFlossmoor Mayor Paul Braun says it's places like Oak Park and Evanston that compete with Flossmoor in attracting new residents.

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Philadelphia men arrested in connection with Indiana County home invasionTwo additional suspects were charged in connection with a June 23 home invasion in White Township, according to state police.

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'This case is not a close call' Judge blocks controversial panhandling law from going into effectThe law would effectively ban panhandling within downtown Indianapolis. It was set to go into effect Wednesday.

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New Indiana Laws Ban Drivers Holding Phones, Hike Marriage AgeUsing a handheld cellphone while driving will become illegal in Indiana under a new state law taking effect this week.

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Northwest Indiana Seeing Steady Rise in Coronavirus CasesNorthwest Indiana continued to see a steady rising trend in daily new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, with the incline headed up almost as steeply as it was heading down.

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UPDATE: Crash victims were from Indiana, Lexington man accused of driving on suspended license in double-fatality on I-64Lexington man accused of driving under the influence of drugs and causing a seven-vehicle crash that left a woman and child dead on I-64 on Monday afternoon.

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Indiana panhandling law is temporarily blocked by federal JudgeA federal judge has temporarily blocked new panhandling restrictions that were set to take effect on Wednesday and effectively ban active panhandling downtown, calling the new rules an "unconstitutional prohibition on the freedom of speech."

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Redevelopment plan for Logansport Mall includes new hotel, name and shopsThe 144,000 open-air retail center will feature more green space, new signage and lots of windows.

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Indiana businesses encouraged to apply for manufacturing readiness grantsThe grants, which were first announced by Governor Eric Holcomb in May, is now open to manufacturers across the state.

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Gov. Holcomb Signs Executive Order To Prevent Evictions, Foreclosures, Utility DisconnectionsGovernor Eric Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-33 to continue to assist those that are struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Coronavirus: Indiana, beware of summer lure to reopen too quicklyIndiana has not fully opened. Our state is one of four that has not seen a significant increase in the virus.

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Indiana County Sheriff K-9 Deputy Passes AwayThe longtime K-9 partner of Sheriff Bob Fyock has passed away. In a post on his Facebook Page, Sheriff Bob Fyo...

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Indiana Gov. Holcomb: No evictions, foreclosures or utility disconnections just yetEric Holcomb signed an executive order Tuesday to extend the pause on evictions, foreclosures and the disconnection of utilities for Hoosiers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Holcomb extends prohibition on evictions, foreclosures through July 31Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order Tuesday, extending the prohibition on evictions, foreclosures, and the disconnection of utility services in Indiana amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Indiana Gov. Holcomb: No evictions, foreclosures or utility disconnections just yetEric Holcomb signed an executive order Tuesday to extend the pause on evictions, foreclosures and the disconnection of utilities for Hoosiers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Former Indiana Lineman Dan Feeney Part of Big Ten's All-Decade TeamDan Feeney was part of great Indiana offensive lines in 2015 and 2016 that helped running backs Tevin Coleman and Jordan Howard have record-setting seasons as part of the Hoosiers' prolific offense.

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The Feed: KD Slice Shop, And Fourth Of July FoodsAfter closing their Bloomington shop earlier this year, King Dough is rediscovering their hometown roots.

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New state laws ban drivers holding phones, hike marriage ageINDIANAPOLIS — Using a handheld cellphone while driving will become illegal in Indiana under a new state law taking effect this week.

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Summer carnival coming to Indiana State Fairgrounds starting July 31North American Midway Entertainment brings carnival with COVID-19 safety measures to Indianapolis.

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Indiana State Fair 2020 Fairgrounds Fun ParkA new dose of FUN is coming to Indy this summer. North American Midway Entertainment announced it will bring a first-time summer carnival to the Indiana State Fairgrounds beginning on July 31st and running until September 7th.

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Carmel pastor refers to Black Lives Matter demonstrators as 'maggots and parasites'The pastor of a Catholic church in Carmel is facing scrutiny after he compared Black Lives Matter demonstrators to "maggots and parasites" in a since-deleted post on the church's website.

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Indiana power disconnect program extendedHoosiers who are having trouble paying their electric bills because of the pandemic will now get more time.

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State fair's 'Make It With Wool' contest and Wool Room shop to go virtualPurdue Agriculture's Indiana Sheep and Wool Market Development Program annually supports the "Make It With Wool" competition and the sheep barn's Wool ‘N' Ewe Room during the course of the Indiana State Fair.

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Home: 2020 Special EditionTake a peek inside inside two Central Indiana residences with scenic views and splashes of whimsy.

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Indiana Pacers Gifted Easier-Than-Average Regular-Season Schedule In The NBA BubbleInitially, reporting suggested that each team would play against the next eight opponents on their original schedule sequentially, skipping over games that would have been against teams that did not get invited to Disney.

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Catholic pastor in Indiana faces backlash for calling Black Lives Matter protesters 'maggots and parasites'A Catholic diocese in Indiana is facing calls to remove a local pastor after he compared the Black Lives Matter movement and its demonstrators to "maggots and parasites."

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Indiana Coronavirus Update: IN reports 45,594 COVID-19 cases, 2,448 deaths as unemployment claims increaseRead the latest news updates about the symptoms and spread of COVID-19 through Indiana.

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Indiana BMV updates: Hands free driving, fees and 4th of July hoursThe law says you can't hold your phone while driving unless calling 911; however, the BMV cannot add points to your driver's license for violating the law until July 1 of next year.

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Hands free law: Texting while driving, holding phone banned in IndianaFour points were given to those who broke the previous texting while driving law. A multi-agency committee will determine how many points will be assessed for breaking the new law, a BMV spokesperson said.

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Pedestrian struck and killed on I-465 on Indy's east sideA pedestrian was killed after being struck by a vehicle on I-465 on Indianapolis' east side Tuesday afternoon.

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16 new COVID-19 deaths, 385 cases reported by ISDHAnother 16 Hoosiers deaths from COVID-19 and 385 confirmed cases were reported on Tuesday by the Indiana State Health Department.

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Carmel police looking for man who defaced police officer statueCarmel police are looking for a man who defaced the city's statue of a police officer earlier this month.

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UPDATE: Water Has Been Restored To Aurora Utility CustomersWater should be up and running for all customers.

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Cummins extends pay and hour cutsCummins Inc. will extend temporary reductions in pay and work hours for its U.S. employees through the end of September due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2021 Lilly Scholarship Applications Now Available On DCF WebsiteThe recipient of the 2021 full-tuition will be announced in December 2020. The deadline to submit an 2021 LECS application is Thursday, September 10 at 11:59 p.m.

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2 new roundabouts coming to Carmel, construction starting in JulyCopyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Mass Ave street closure has varying impacts on businessesIs the street closure something that could be a permanent set up?

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Fun In Rising Sun; Popular Events Scheduled For Summer, Early FallThe fun in Rising Sun starts on July 11 with the 4th of July Celebration and Golf Cart Parade.

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Amazon to open fulfillment facility in Whiteland in JulyThe fulfillment center will be Amazon's second facility in Johnson County. In August 2019, Amazon announced plans to hire more than 1,000 workers at a new fulfillment center in Greenwood where full-time employees will be paid at least $15 an hour with benefits including health care, 401K with a 50 percent match, up to 20 weeks paid parental...

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Reward offered for info on arson fires during Indy protests last monthInvestigators are offering a reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of the people involved in multiple arson cases in Indianapolis during the violent protests and rioting between May 29 and May 31.

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Berkadia closes sale of apartment communities in Iowa, IndianaBerkadia closed the sales of The Landing of Clinton in Clinton, Iowa, and Indian Springs in South Bend, Indiana, two multifamily properties totaling 758 units....Learn More.

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Gov. Beshear Issues Executive Order Ensuring Non-Discrimination In State Hiring, Services and Contracting"This executive order ensures that no Kentuckian has to tolerate being discriminated against because of who they are when it comes to dealing with the state."

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Arts commission creates emergency programThe Indiana Arts Commission, in partnership with Wisconsin-based startup accelerator gener8tor, has launched a statewide initiative to support creatives affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Swoon List: Bombay Masala, J's Lobster Truck, And MoreThe Swoon List features favorites from local restaurants that will have you hankering for takeout.

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Slide Repair To Close S.R. 262 In Ohio County Starting MondayOn or after Monday, July 6, State Road 262 will close between Nixon Road and White Road, west of Rising Sun, for a slide repair project.

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Indiana Town Retires Coal Plant, Installs 16 MW Solar Power ProjectLogansport, Indiana's first-ever solar power plant is now under construction. Inovateus is developing the installation for Logansport Municipal Utility.

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Carl Reiner, beloved creator of 'Dick Van Dyke Show,' diesNEW YORK — Carl Reiner, the ingenious and versatile writer, actor and director who broke through as a "second banana" to Sid Caesar and rose to comedy's front ranks as creator of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and straight man to Mel Brooks' "2000 Year Old Man," has died.

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Big Things Happening In BatesvilleThe Gibson Theatre has reopened after being closed due to COVID-19 concerns, the Farmer's Market is expanding, progress is being made on the Batesville Middle School expansion and a brand-new park open this weekend.

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Fugitive from Whiteland takes off in semi, is killed after 3-hour standoff in PennsylvaniaA fugitive from Whiteland, who was riding in a tractor-trailer that had been pulled over on a Pennsylvania interstate, led authorities on a brief chase and held them at bay with gunfire for three hours until they finally shot and killed him, officials said.

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Report Turkey Hens And Young To DNR Starting July 1"Some of the better turkey habitat in the state exists in southeastern Indiana," said Steve Backs, DNR's wild turkey biologist.

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Letter: A tale of 'once upon a time, in Indiana'To the editor: Once upon a time, the United States had a Constitution. It included 10 amendments called the Bill of Rights, which delineated the rights and liberties of the people and the limits of federal and state power.

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DCHD Releases COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality Report425 Dearborn County residents were tested for COVID-19 between June 19 and June 25. Testing for these residents was received from Highpoint Health, Indiana State Department of Health, Bethesda North, Mercy Health, Urgent Care Lawrenceburg, and LHI.

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IURC Issues Order In Duke Energy Indiana Rate CaseIndianapolis, Ind.) - Duke Energy Indiana customers can expect to see a rate increase over the next two years.

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Unemployment Rate In Indiana County DropsIndiana County's unemployment rate remained high in the month of May, but did start to fall.

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Children's Museum of Indianapolis will reopen to public on July 11Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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2 Northern Indiana Counties Take Action on Face MasksTwo adjacent northern Indiana counties have implemented or extended orders requiring people to wear face masks to impede the spread of the coronavirus.

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Independence Days in AmericaWhile we typically associate Independence Day with the Fourth of July and America declaring independence from Great Britain, all over Indiana there are various Independence Day celebrations throughout the year that celebrate the independence of many different countries.

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