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Statewide coronavirus update: Indiana again reports more than 3,000 casesFor the second day in a row, Indiana reported more than 3,000 new cases of the coronavirus, adding 3,205 new positive tests to its totals along with 26 additional deaths.

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Freeze Warning Issued For Most Of The Tri-State AreaTemperatures are expected to dip into the upper 20's to low 30's overnight.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 3,205 new cases, 26 new deaths reportedNew Indiana coronavirus cases and deaths reported on Friday, Oct. 30, by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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Big money rains down amid Indiana Republican House speaker's tight re-election fightHuston's seat is among those being targeted by Democrats as they look to break the two-thirds supermajority House Republicans have had for the past eight years.

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Wanted Fugitive, One Other Arrested On Drug Charges At Greendale MotelGreendale Police were requested by the U.S. Marshal Service to respond to Stateline Motel on U.S. 50 Tuesday morning in reference to assisting with a wanted fugitive who had warrants out of Hamilton County for two counts of felonious assault.

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Harrison Man, Aurora Woman Issued High Bond For Dealing In NarcoticsParrish E. Murphy and Peggy S. Stout were arrested on Tuesday and charged with Possession of a Narcotic Drug with Intent to Deliver in an Amount Over 10 Grams ; Dealing in a Narcotic Drug with an Enhancing Circumstance ; Conspiracy to Possess a Narcotic Drug with Intent to Deliver in an Amount Over 10 Grams ; Dealing in a Narcotic Drug with an...

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Basketball To Host Indiana In ACC/Big Ten Challenge On Dec. 9Florida State enters its 2020 ACC / Big Ten Challenge game against Indiana having won three of its last four games in the event with wins over Minnesota in the Challenge in 2016, Minnesota in 2017 and Purdue in 2018.

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Pukwudgies and Where to Find ThemProbably unknown to most Hoosiers is Indiana’s rich history with that claim to exist but have never been around the corner, now is the best time to learn about lurking in the forests near you.  Many Indigenous people have legends of the Pukwudgies, but one of the most popular places to see.

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Green Township Firefighter Passes Away UnexpectedlyMike Weissman had suffered from chronic kidney problems, but had recently had a successful kidney transplant.

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William Hill launches its sports betting app and website in IndianaAvailable for download anywhere in the State and through its website, William Hill offers sports fans a fast and fun experience to make their sports bets.

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Indiana Basketball: Rumors of Trey Kaufman to Purdue appear to be trueIndiana basketball target Trey Kaufman announced on October 20th that he would be making his commitment on the last day of the month.

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Halloween safety tips 2020: Marijuana edibles can appear similar to candy, Indiana State Police warnHalloween candy and marijuana edibles can look similar, so Indiana State Police are sharing safety tips so parents can look out.

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KAGA and God Bless AmericaAs in all former presidential elections the left still has no credible scandal-free front-runner again this time.

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1 person found shot to death in yard on northeast side of IndianapolisOne person died in a shooting in the 3300 block of Ashland Avenue in Indianapolis on Friday, Oct.

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Snow, Paust Address Increase In Covid-19 CasesRichmond, IN) - Richmond and Wayne County leaders on Thursday again discussed the balancing act of trying to keep local businesses open and protecting the public against Covid-19 as the number of loc...

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Wayne County Records Highest Single-day Covid-19 PositivesWayne County, IN) - Wayne County had its highest single-day total of positive cases of Covid-19 reported on Thursday.

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Fayette County Has Indiana's Highest Covid Positivity RateFayette Countys positivity rate has exploded and stands Friday morning at just under...

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35% Of Wayne County Voters Have Already Cast BallotsWayne County, IN) - Early voting remains heavy in Wayne County.

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Food Bank of Northern Indiana releases mobile food distribution schedule, Nov. 2-5-95.3 MNCEach week, food is distributed drive-thru style on a first come, first served basis for up to 400 households.

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Partly cloudy, cooler FridaySunshine is set to return to the area this afternoon and this time stick around!

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Mahathir says remarks on French attacks taken out of contextKUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Former Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad says he is disgusted because his comments on attacks by Muslim extremists in France were taken out of context.

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As anger rises, thousands of Muslims protest French cartoonsDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Thousands of Muslims in Pakistan are joining anti-France protests, as the French president's vow to protect the right to caricature the Prophet Muhammad continues to roil the Muslim world.

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On virus, Trump and health advisers go their separate waysWASHINGTON — A multi-state coronavirus surge in the countdown to Election Day has exposed a clear split between President Donald Trump's bullish embrace of a return to normalcy and urgent public warnings from the government's top health officials.

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Qatar: Officials behind women exams referred to prosecutorsDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Qatar says officials behind the forced examinations of women at its international airport after an abandoned baby was found earlier this month have been referred to prosecutors for possible charges.

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Exclusive: Russian hackers targeted California, Indiana Democratic partiesThe group of Russian hackers accused of meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election earlier this year targeted the email accounts of Democratic state parties in California and Indiana, and influential think tanks in Washington and New York, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

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Eurozone growth soars record 12.7% but fears grow for winterFRANKFURT, Germany — New figures show that the European economy grew by an unexpectedly large 12.7% in the third quarter as companies reopened after severe coronavirus lockdowns.

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Indiana's 5th Congressional District: Here's who has funded the raceOutside groups have spent more then $11 million in the 5th Congressional District since the primary.

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Voters told they can't change their mind from mail-in to early in-person votingThe confusion primarily impacts voters who originally planned to vote absentee by mail but changed their mind to voting early in-person for various reasons including concern about whether their absentee vote will be counted in time for Election Day.

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Head of church in Montenegro dies after COVID-19 infectionPODGORICA, Montenegro — The head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, which led months of protests against the small Balkan state's pro-Western government, has died in hospital after contracting the coronavirus.

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School leaders say they need help to keep Indiana classrooms open as COVID-19 numbers riseNearly all of Indiana's schools have finally reopened for in-person instruction, but schools are warning that rising cases could force closures again.

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Reddington man takes pride in his vehicle collectionHard work and commitment have fueled Floyd Clouse's personal and professional passions. His work life began at age 16 when the Seymour native was hired as a stock boy at Brown's Grocery, the city's first grocery store.

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Girl injured in school attack; charges filedGREENFIELD — A student was jumped by two other girls last week in a hallway at Greenfield Central Junior High School, while a third recorded the incident and posted video online, the victim's mother said.

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Parade of Lights will roll downtownGREENFIELD — Old Saint Nick will again make his way down Main Street in downtown Greenfield this year.

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Student hit by vehicle near NorthsideColumbus Police Department officers are investigating a crash that occurred Thursday morning involving a truck and a pedestrian who is a middle school student.

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Candidate endorsed by controversial organizationA candidate for state representative is endorsed by an organization with a history of provocative protests and violence, and accused of making radical social media posts condemning homosexuality and certain religions.

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City approves tax abatement for engineering companyA local engineering company has received support from the city to invest in $250,000 worth of equipment.

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Fund set up to help stabbing victimA local figure skating coach who was once a professional ice skater is facing a long and painful recovery process after being brutally stabbed while driving to work at Hamilton Center Ice Arena.

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JUST DO IT: Local breast cancer survivors encourage women to schedule routine screeningsHANCOCK COUNTY — The year 2020 came crashing down for Amy Kirkpatrick earlier than it did the rest of the world.

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Fright nights: A roundup of weekend haunts, including some with record numbersJust when unsuspecting visitors to The Haunting at Shireman Homestead figure their jolting journey through the darkness is over, volunteer Andrea Short offers one big surprise flamethrowers lighting up the night.

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Meal to benefit firefighters and FFAThe Township Volunteer Fire Department is teaming up with Crothersville FFA for a last fry of the season.

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Overnight fire destroys building at King's Trucking and ExcavatingEleven area fire departments responded to a structure fire at a rural Seymour business in the early morning hours Thursday.

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Two Edinburgh employees part of investigation into DoaneTwo Edinburgh employees are part of an investigation into former town manager J.T. Doane's under-the-table payments to an employee of the town's electric department.

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Subdivision in New Pal gets a thumbs-downPlanning officials are recommending that the Hancock County Commissioners deny a proposed neighborhood near New Palestine.D.R. Horton, a home builder with headquarters in Arlington, Texas, wants to build 185 single-family houses on 81 acres near the southeast corner of U.S. 52 and County Road 800W.

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Two Edinburgh employees part of investigation into DoaneTwo Edinburgh employees are part of an investigation into former town manager J.T. Doane's under the table payments to an employee of the town's electric department.

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State reaches single-day record for COVID-19 casesThe Indiana State Department of Health announced Thursday that a single-day record of 3,649 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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Crothersville woman arrested after drug investigationA 38-year-old Crothersville woman was arrested Wednesday for dealing methamphetamine out of her residence and other drug charges, police report.

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Biden returns to Iowa; Trump plays defense in Mich., Wis.DES MOINES, Iowa — When Joe Biden was last in Iowa, his campaign was on the verge of collapse and he was soundly trounced in the caucuses.

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Fall revival planned at Medora Wesleyan ChurchDavid St., Medora. Evangelism and special music will be provided by Richard and Sherri Blocker of : Pam Breeden at 812-620-4020.

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BCSC shares hybrid plan on websiteBartholomew Consolidated School Corp. has released a public statement regarding its new hybrid model, which may now be viewed on the school corporation's website.

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Brownstown mourns deaths of school board member, high school teacherHe represented Brownstown Township on the seven-member appointed board and was a part of projects that resulted in improvements at all three school buildings.

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RUSTIC RETREAT: Couple turn old barn into event venueHANCOCK COUNTY — An old basketball goal hangs in the hay house of a former dairy barn that's been in Lori Divine's family for more than 70 years.

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Semi-trucks to be restricted on three county roadsRoutine semi-truck accidents and resident complaints prompted truck traffic restrictions on portions of three county roads near Greenwood.

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Formal charges filed in voyeurism caseCourt documents in a case about alleged voyeurism at a Columbus home-based massage business state there was an accusation of an attempted coercion by a suspect against his supervisor involving compromising videos.

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Offices closing for Election DaySeymour city offices, including the department of public works and Seymour Transit, will close Tuesday for the general election.

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County reports 1,532 positive COVID-19 tests, 59 deathsStaff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health said 3,649 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories.

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Indiana Expert: Don't Give Bats a Bad RapIndiana Expert: Don't Give Bats a Bad Rap INDIANAPOLIS - Halloween has given bats a bad rap, and bats' reported connection to the origins of COVID-19 has certainly not helped.

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Election emerges as referendum on race relations in AmericaDETROIT — A convergence of three unprecedented, simultaneous national crises — the pandemic, joblessness and police brutality — has led many to believe this presidential election is a referendum on race relations in America.

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Kentucky vs. Indiana: Comparing the states' COVID outbreaks, responsesEven though the states border one another, each state has its own way of determining what counties are red zones.

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Unexpected Plants and Animals of Indiana: Wild persimmonsHORTICULTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Unexpected Plants and Animals of Indiana: Wild persimmon By: Emma Ea Ambrose October 30, 2020 Indiana is home to a large variety of plant and animal life, supported by the range of Indiana habitats, from its prairies to verda.

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Downtown security cameras will provide live stream to IMPDHaving cameras in downtown Indianapolis is nothing new. But this is the first time IMPD will have a direct link to see what's going on in real time.

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New poll, crowdfunded by IU alumnus, shows potential Indiana election resultsIU alumnus Andrew Ellison organized the crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the poll. In September, Ellison said he and others noticed that libertarian gubernatorial candidate Donald Rainwater gained a large number of supporters, but national polls did not reflect this.

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Democratic Indiana attorney general candidate calls for legalizing marijuanaThe Democratic nominee for Indiana attorney general has a plan to boost funding for public education and improve the state's criminal justice system: legalize marijuana.

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Person critically injured in shooting on East New York Street in IndianapolisIMPD says a person is in critical condition after a shooting Thursday evening on East New York Street in Indianapolis.

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Two shot, critically injured at apartment complex on Indy's northeast sideINDIANAPOLIS — Two people were shot and both were critically injured at an apartment complex on the northeast side of Indianapolis on Thursday evening.

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Health dept. urges Marion County voters to 'Be the One' to help prevent spread of COVID-19The health department is recommending a series of steps to help protect voters and poll workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: Wear a mask.

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Where the candidates for Indiana attorney general stand on key issuesIn the race for Indiana attorney general, Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel is taking on Republican Todd Rokita.

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Indiana University's football team gets ready for week 2 after huge win against Penn StateBLOOMINGTON — Indiana University's football team was catapulted into the national spotlight with a huge win last weekend against Penn State.

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Buckets of RainWe're in the rainy season here in the Hoosier state. Prior to this, we had enjoyed the most beautiful fall in recent memory, an unprecedented month of low humidity and sunshine, warm days and chilly nights, bright colors splashed across the landscape.

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Local leaders not optimistic about vaccine being sent to Indiana soonST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. - On Tuesday, Indiana State Health officials announced that the Federal Government could be shipping a limited number of coronavirus vaccines to the state sometime in mid to.

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Local artists featured in Black Lives Matter exhibitionCraig is visual artist with several pieces featured at the Eighteen: Black Lives Matter exhibition at the Indianapolis Art Center.

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DCS: Contracted employees may have falsified drug test resultsDrug screenings are used for many types of court cases involving DCS including juvenile matters, Child in Need of Services , and termination of parental rights.

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Report: Big Ten-ACC Challenge matchups set, Indiana to play at Florida StateThe matchups for the 2020 Big Ten-ACC Challenge are set, according to Jon Rothstein, and Indiana will play at Florida State.

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Local hospitals seeing increase in COVID-19 patientsHealth leaders attribute it to "pandemic fatigue" and family gatherings.

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Police investigate after boy, 17, shot early Thursday in AvonOfficers were called to the Avon Village Mobile Home Park shortly before 2:30 a.m. Thursday on report of a person shot.

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Indiana sets new single-day record with 3,649 COVID-19 casesIndiana set a daily high of newly reported cases of COVID-19 Thursday as the number of hospitalizations and new infections across the state continued to spike.

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Marion County health officials urge more coronavirus testingIn an effort to encourage more people to undergo coronavirus testing, Marion County health officials Thursday said that the county test sites would now be open to anyone who wants to be checked, regardless of symptoms.

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IntroversionWhen I explain 4-dimensional geometry to the layperson, I usually begin with forward, sideways, upward, and, then, inward as the fourth direction needed.

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Florida State to host Indiana in ACC/Big Ten ChallengeFlorida State will host Indiana in the 2020 ACC/Big Ten Challenge, as reported by CBS Sports Jon Rothstein, citing sources, on Thursday evening.

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Reviewing Betting Line, Spread, and Total for Indiana at RutgersWe breakdown recent trends involving Rutgers and Indiana football.

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Purdue University head coach set to return to sidelines after recovering from COVID-19Copyright 2020 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Man nearly crushed in garbage truck was in dumpster to 'stay warm'A garbage truck driver started the truck's compactor without realizing a man was in the back.

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WRTV Political Insiders: Frustration with early voting linesINDIANAPOLIS — There's been a great deal of frustration among people who've waited as much as seven hours to cast their ballot.

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Police investigate intoxicated man waving a knife inside Joe Willy'sColumbus police and an ambulance were sent to Joe Willy's restaurant in downtown Columbus about an extremely intoxicated man brandishing a knife inside the facility.

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Michigan bars, restaurants must now collect names and numbers for COVID contact tracingThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services revised and extended its epidemic order to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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Indiana mom warns other parents after toddler accidentally swallows batteryINDIANAPOLIS — A mother is warning other parents after her kid accidentally swallowed a button battery and had to have it surgically removed.

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Wildlife in Need founder Tim Stark remains in jail in Indiana after first court appearanceWildlife in Need owner Tim Stark's bond was set at $5,000 in his first court appearance in Indiana on Thursday, weeks after his time on the run ended.

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Settlement: IMPD will change how it uses tear gas during protestsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department agreed to change how it uses chemical agents during protests as part of a lawsuit settlement with the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana.

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Heavy equipment stolen in Indiana recovered in Laurel CountyThe equipment was reported stolen in Indiana and located by the Laurel County Sheriff's Office Thursday morning.

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New record set for organ donation and transplantation despite pandemicINDIANAPOLIS — Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and with more than two months left in the year, a record number of Hoosiers have given the gift of life through organ donation in 2020.

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The Indiana Daily Student Publishes An Opinion Piece Accusing Trump Supporters Of Having "Stockholm Syndrome"We all have our differences. We all continue to operate in high-tension, very-partisan times as we near the finals days of the 2020 election where either Donald Trump will win 4 more years of the Presidency or Joe Biden will pull off a victory against the incumbent nominee and reclaim the White House for the Democratic party.

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Indiana developer pays $3M for North Davidson sitePedcor plans apartment project on 16.6 acres near I-24/65 split.

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Science kits turn homes into student labs: Indiana University KokomoAt least for this semester, Allyson Dunk's kitchen counter doubles as her microbiology lab. Every week Dunk, a sophomore nursing major at Indiana University Kokomo, opens her laboratory kit to use the pre-packaged materials that support what she was learning in her microbiology lecture. "I was a little nervous about how it would be doing it at...

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DCHD Releases Morbidity and Morality Report For Oct. 22-28Positive cases continue to rise, but there have been zero COVID-19 related deaths in the county for 11 straight weeks.

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Hiring Hoosiers: Mooresville company looking to hire 400 employees during job fairMOORESVILLE — A Mooresville company is hosting a job fair Saturday to hire about 400 employees to help replenish the national supply of isolation gowns.

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Coronavirus in Indiana:nAs 100-person limits on gatherings near, Tippecanoe, state set new daily records for casesLess than 24 hours after Tippecanoe County's health officer rolled out fresh restrictions on large social gatherings - limiting them to 100 people, in most instances - the county posted 150 new cases Thursday, the largest one-day total and only the third time the county has recorded more than 100 cases in a day, as tracked by the Indiana State...

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IDDC Accepting Applications for Destination Development GrantLt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Destination Development Corporation announced today that the Destination Development Grant program application period is now open." These grants can boost communities and regions across the state," Crouch said.

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IMPD removed from Dreasjon Reed wrongful death lawsuitA federal judge has removed the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department from a wrongful death lawsuit related to the police shooting of Dreasjon Reed, ruling that IMPD is not a suable entity in this context.

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Coronavirus: Indiana National Guard members will deploy to exhausted Greater Lafayette area nursing homes to combat COVIDGuard members will provide oversight and assistance to allow local nursing home staff more time to care for residents.

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Tom Allen, Indiana Football Completely Focused on RutgersAfter a big win against Penn State, Tom Allen doesn't want his team to be caught up in all the national attention.

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Fund set up to help defray expenses for stabbing victimA local figure skating coach who was once a professional skater is facing a long and painful recovery process after being brutally stabbed while on her way to work at Hamilton Center Ice Arena.

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Indiana Reports 3,649 New Coronavirus Cases as State Crosses 4,000 DeathsHealth officials in Indiana confirmed 3,649 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, the state's highest number of the pandemic so far, along with 33 additional deaths related to the virus as the state crossed a grim milestone.

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Bottleworks Update: Hotel opens in December, The Garage Food Hall in JanuaryINDIANAPOLIS — The time has come for the first phase of the Bottleworks District to open, and it's happening this winter.

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Inside Certain Feelings Coffee: Meet co-owner Courtney ThompsonCertain Feelings Coffee Company joins the Coat Check, Provider, and Strange Bird family with a new co-owner, Courtney Thompson.

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Wheeler Mission in need of mask donations as demand for shelter increasesINDIANAPOLIS — Wheeler Mission is in need of face masks as the temperature drops and number of people seeking shelter rises.

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Indianapolis: Stop the Billionaires from Capturing Our School Board!John Loflin of Indianapolis writes about the money flowing into the city’s school board elections from out-of-state billionaires and their usual front called Stand for Children.

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Statewide coronavirus update: Indiana sees a record 3,649 cases, 33 deathsWith the new numbers, Indiana has now seen 172,730 cases of the coronavirus since the pandemic began, and more than 4,000 people - 4,024 to be exact - have died from the virus.

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Michael Penix: How QB picked Indiana, beat Penn StateIndiana football QB Michael Penix Jr surprised even his own family when he committed to the Hoosiers.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 3,649 new cases, 33 new deaths reportedNew Indiana coronavirus cases and deaths reported on Thursday, Oct. 29, by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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County: 1,532 COVID-19 positive tests with 59 deathsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 3,649 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories.

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William Hill launches online and mobile sports betting in IndianaWilliam Hill has announced the launch of its online and mobile sports wagering offering in the state of Indiana.

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An Examined Life: The John Mutz StoryHow does a historian whose work focused on those “boring railroad presidents” end up collaborating on a memoir of a living Hoosier businessman, philanthropist, and politician?

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Ripley Co. Chamber Offering Free CPR Certification TrainingThrough the Southeastern Indiana REMC Operation Roundup Grant, the Ripley County Chamber of Commerce is offering free CPR certification for up to 25 people on the following dates.

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State College Police Searching For 'Persons Of Interest' Following Penn State-Indiana PartiesThe department's search comes after officers busted parties at Penn Tower, HERE State College, and The Rise last weekend.

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Trio charged with killing brothers in northwestern IndianaMONTICELLO, Ind. — Three people have been charged with two counts of murder each in the shooting deaths of two brothers in their northwestern Indiana home.

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Shake Shack opening in new Downtown Indianapolis development next springThe new Ardmore is a five-story boutique apartment and retail development near Mass Ave.

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One in five Indiana employers say they will expand working from homeIndiana businesses will expand remote work in the next year to two years, the start of what will likely be a permanent increase in work-from-home flexibility for office workers, according to an October survey by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

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Shooting wounds 1 near Indiana State UniversityTERRE HAUTE — Police in western Indiana were searching Wednesday for a suspect after a person was shot and wounded at an apartment complex near the Indiana State University campus.

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'Didn't shut the door': Indiana row crop farmer said Trump took care of them during trade warsIndiana corn and soy farmer said he won't forget the help Trump gave him amid the trade wars that the president has caused — enough to earn his vote.

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Formal charges filed in voyeurism case, intimidation charge addedCourt documents in a case about alleged voyeurism at a Columbus home-based massage business state there was an accusation of an attempted coercion by a suspect against his supervisor involving compromising videos.

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Political analysis group switches Indiana 5th Congressional District to 'tilt Democrat'Republican Victoria Spartz and Democrat Christina Hale are facing off in the heated battle to replace retiring Republican Susan Brooks.

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Aragami and Lego Indiana Jones lead November's Xbox Games with GoldXbox Games with Gold soldiers onward in November with four new offerings, this time in the form of Aragami, Swimsanity, Full Spectrum Warrior, and Lego Indiana Jones.

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Willie's Sports Cafe Closed After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Hidden Valley, Ind.) - Willie's Sports Café plans to reopen as soon as possible after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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Breaking: Indiana Coordinator Kane Wommack 'On Very Short List' for Southern Miss OpeningKane Wommack, Indiana's second-year defensive coordinator, played football at Southern Miss and would be a popular hire there for their vacant head coaching position.

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State Police Looking For Man Who Stole Lego Sets From Indiana WalmartState police are asking the public to help them identify a suspect in a theft at the White Township Walmart ea...

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Large amount of suspected pot found during Indiana Toll Road traffic stopA man from Angola, Indiana was arrested Wednesday night on the Indiana Toll Road after the...

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Indiana Basketball to Play at Florida State for Big Ten/ACC ChallengeThe Hoosiers defeated the Seminoles 80-64 in Bloomington last season.

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Indiana girl, 8, dies after being shot while doing homeworkEAST CHICAGO, Ind. — An 8-year-old northwest Indiana girl has died days after she was shot in the head by stray gunfire as she did her homework, authorities said.

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South Shore line expansion work begins in Lake County, Indiana; includes new Hammond, Munster stopsSouth Shore line expansion work has begun in Lake County, Indiana; the project is estimated to cost $945M.

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Seventh grader injured in early morning accidentColumbus Police Department officers are investigating a crash that occurred earlier this morning involving a truck and a pedestrian middle school student.

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City seeks public input on 25th and Monon community development processText-to-vote and survey opportunities for neighbors who live in the surrounding area of 25th Street and the Monon Trail.

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CertaSite expands into WisconsinIndianapolis-based CertaSite has announced the acquisition of Starfire Systems and Starfire Extinguisher of Franklin, Wisconsin.

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Car detailing specialty chain opening first Indiana storeDetail Garage, a California-based retail chain, will open a franchised store in Plainfield on Friday.

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News: Industry NewsIndustry - News: ​William Hill US, America's leading sports book operator, today launched its William Hill Sports Book App and website in Indiana.

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BCSC shares 'hybrid' attendance model documents on websiteBartholomew Consolidated School Corp. has released a public statement regarding its new hybrid model, which may now be viewed on the school corporation's website.

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After stunning Penn State, No. 17 Indiana faces RutgersAfter posting its first win over a top-10 team in 33 years, Indiana certainly doesn't want to lay an egg.

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Harrison Police Officer Struck By Vehicle While Directing TrafficHarrison, Oh.) - A Harrison Police officer was struck by a vehicle outside William Henry Harrison High School on Wednesday afternoon.

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U.S. Drought Monitor: Southern Indiana Now Drought FreeSTATEWIDEThe latest U.S. Drought Monitor shows the southern part of Indiana now drought-free. Nearly all of the state has received much-needed rain over the last two weeks, which has eased some of the drought conditions.

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Indiana County Drug Task Force Arrest Homer City Man In Drug Bust On TuesdayIndiana County District Attorney Robert Manzi announced that the county's Drug Task Force apprehended a Homer...

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New In Power, Indiana House Leader Faces Tough Election RaceIndiana 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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'Farming is in a funny place politically': Will farmers still vote for Trump after tough four years?Farmers across the state and country voted for Trump four years ago. But it's been a tough four years with the trade wars.

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The Best Bargain You'll Ever Get On A $2 Million HomeThe most contemporary home in Golden Hill now costs $1 million less. Jeana Harris.

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Fear factor: Local Halloween venues find success despite pandemic warningsJust when unsuspecting visitors to The Haunting at Shireman Homestead figure their jolting journey through the darkness is over, volunteer Andrea Short offers one big surprise farewell.

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'Didn't shut the door': Indiana row crop farmer said Trump took care of them during trade warsIndiana corn and soy farmer said he won't forget the help Trump gave him amid the trade wars that the president has caused — enough to earn his vote.

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'Happening on our farm right now': Indiana regenerative farmer wants someone strong on climateThis Indiana farmer's operations are focused on sustainability. So she wants a candidate to put climate change front and center — for her, that's Biden.

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'No one working together': Indiana produce farmer doesn't know who he'll vote for presidentIndiana's Punk Rock Farmer doesn't know who he is going to vote for next week for president — both candidates live him feeling frustrated.

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Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana Report Single-Day Record COVID Cases With 5 Days Till ElectionThe three states that saw record one-day increases in cases include Minnesota, Illinois and Indiana.

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Evansville Area Designated Talent Region By StateIndiana 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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Man describes finding mom's remains over 3 decades after she went missing in DetroitThanks to a collaboration between Detroit police and the FBI, a man was able to be reunited with the remains of his mother, who disappeared in 1987 and police believe was murdered.

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Indiana Statehouse candidate accused of making anti-Catholic, anti-Muslim commentsSeveral Indiana Democrats and Republicans are calling on a Statehouse candidate to apologize after Facebook posts they believe he made a few years ago condemned both Roman Catholic and Islamic parishioners.

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Police: NYC son charged with murder after striking mom in head in 'jealous rage'A 40-year-old Bronx man is facing murder charges after his mother was found dead in their apartment early Wednesday with a head injury, according to police.

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Wayne County: 336 Overdose Calls, 60 Deaths In 2020Wayne County, IN) - Local law enforcement agencies are taking part as Red Ribbon Week continues this week.

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Reid Issues New Covid-19 RestrictionsRichmond, IN) - Reid Health issued a statement Wednesday about the rise in Covid-19 cases.

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Northeastern Goes Virtual After Covid-19 PositivesFountain City, IN) - Another Whitewater Valley school system is returning to virtual learning. Multiple positive Covid-19 tests have resulted in Northeastern Middle and High School operating vi...

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Rapid Antibody Tests To Be Available At Local Kroger PharmaciesWhitewater Valley) - Youll soon be able to tell if youve had Covid-19 by stopping into any Whitewater Valley Kroger that has a pharmacy.

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Health officials in Indiana prepare for COVID-19 vaccineIndiana officials are preparing for when the state will get a COVID-19 vaccine, Indiana's health commissioner said.

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Indiana University Of Pennsylvania To Close 5 Fine Arts ProgramsIndiana University of Pennsylvania will close five fine arts programs as it works to restructure in the face of ten years of declining enrollment.

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Winter season of indoor sports begins next week in Indiana. It won't be without riskWinter season starts next week in Indiana. What concerns do health officers have with indoor sports?

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Air Quality Improving In Southern Indiana CountiesPETERSBURG, Ind.  The quality of the air Hoosiers breathe in southern Indiana is improving.

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Indiana girl, 8, dies after being struck by stray bullet, police sayAccording to the Times of Northwest Indiana and WLS-TV, Timya Andrews, 8, was doing homework Oct.

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Volkswagen returns to profit as global auto markets recoverFRANKFURT, Germany — German automaker Volkswagen says it returned to profit in the third quarter thanks to cost discipline and a rebound in global sales markets led by China after the lifting of the severe restrictions on activity in the early phase of the pandemic.

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Ex-Evansville mayor locked in high-stakes race for Indiana attorney general against Todd RokitaFormer Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel faces stern challenges in his campaign to be the next attorney general of Indiana.

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It may be 2025 before the airport is back to normal. Here's what could change.While the departure from normal was swift at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the arrival of a new normal at IND will be more gradual.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 3,649 new cases, 33 new deaths reportedIn another record-breaking day, Indiana crossed the 3,000 mark for new coronavirus cases, reporting 3,649 Thursday.

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Health contractors vetted stars' politics for US virus adWASHINGTON — Public relations firms hired by the Department of Health and Human Services vetted the political views of hundreds of celebrities for a health education advertising campaign on the coronavirus outbreak.

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Indiana sets new single-day record for COVID-19 casesINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana set a daily high of newly reported cases of COVID-19 Thursday as the number of hospitalizations and new infections across the state continued to spike.

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Merkel warns Germans of a 'difficult winter' as virus surgesBERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Germans to expect a "difficult winter" as the number of newly reported coronavirus cases in the country hit a new high.

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China blasts US charges against agents seeking man's returnBEIJING — China is accusing the U.S. of seeking to smear its efforts to pursue overseas fugitives.

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2 dead in knife attack in French church; terrorism suspectedPARIS — French anti-terrorism prosecutors are investigating a knife attack at a church in the Mediterranean city of Nice that killed two people and injured several others.

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S. Korea's top court upholds ex-leader's 17-year jail termSEOUL, South Korea — South Korea's top court has upheld a 17-year prison sentence on former President Lee Myung-bak for a range of corruption crimes in a final ruling that will send him back to prison soon.

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Nokia profit up, new CEO pledges to boost 5G investmentsHELSINKI — Telecom equipment maker Nokia has reported improved third-quarter earnings largely in line with expectations.

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1980: Saddle up! Indiana deputies trade patrol cars for horses to cope with budget shortfallUnpredictable energy prices proved to be quite challenging for many government agencies in 1980.

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France braces for monthlong lockdown as virus deaths mountPARIS — Some doctors expressed relief but business owners despaired as France prepared to shut down again for a month to try to put the brakes on the fast-moving virus.

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Overdose deaths on the rise amid pandemic, new drugs and lack of face-to-face contact to blameDrug overdoses are one of the leading causes of death in the United States.

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Health officials in Indiana prepare for COVID-19 vaccineINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana officials are preparing for when the state will get a COVID-19 vaccine, Indiana's health commissioner said.

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Rutgers football: Can Scarlet Knights beat Indiana? Our staff predicts the outcomeCan Rutgers football move to 2-0? Here's what our staff thinks.

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Jackson County native releases second full-length albumStephanie Lambring needed autonomy in her life. After serving as a staff songwriter for Carnival Music in Nashville, Tennessee, from 2012 to 2015, the 34-year-old Freetown native and 2005 Seymour High School graduate took a break from the profession.

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Two arrested after probation check in CliffordJason Matthew Grider, 39, of 8221 N. Washington St., Clifford, was arrested at his home on Tuesday.

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Jackson County under flood watchThe National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a flood watch for portions of central, south central, southeast and southwest Indiana.

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Election Day closingsElection day closings have been announced for Tuesday. They include:Columbus City Hall will be closed.

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Cold Night Out Shelter organizing for 2020The number of people receiving assistance from the Jackson County Cold Night Out Shelter went from 60 in the first winter to 75 last winter.

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Meal to benefit Toy and Food DriveThe Township Volunteer Fire Department is teaming up with Crothersville FFA for a last fry of the season.

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Man pleads guilty to performing sexual conduct in front of minorA 44-year-old Brownstown man who recently pleaded guilty to performing sexual conduct in the presence of a minor will spend a year in jail.

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THIEVES' PEEVES: Sign thefts show extent of political intolerance, observers sayHANCOCK COUNTY — When Bob Bogigian was sitting at his breakfast table one morning not long ago, he glanced out the window and happened to see a young person pulling up the political sign he had placed in his yard and walk off with it.

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Public invited to 90th anniversary dinner at VFWA 90th anniversary dinner is set for 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1925, 311 S.

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Shooter to testify as part of plea bargainA Chicago-area man who has admitted being paid to come to Bartholomew County to physically harm a Columbus resident is expected to receive a 17-and-a-half year prison sentence as part of a plea bargain in a murder case.

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Charges filed in attempted murder at Lincoln ParkFormal charges including attempted murder have been filed against a local man who admitted he tried to kill a Columbus parks department ice skating instructor by stabbing her in a parking lot to prevent her from reporting a car accident.

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Wonder Five project honored by state historical societyThe Franklin Wonder Five was one of the most celebrated and honored basketball teams in Hoosier history.

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Nursing home outbreaks resurface in Johnson CountyTwo local nursing homes that had managed to keep COVID-19 at bay during an initial round of outbreaks in the spring are battling new outbreaks this month.

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Chalk it up: Local artist uses 'keywords' to inspireFor artist and Keywords Co. owner Jenni Kiesler, the birth of her small business began with a literal birth.

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Rockford UMC hosting drive-thru trick or treatRockford United Methodist Church plans to conduct a drive-thru trick or treat event from 4 to 6 p.m.

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Health department: Be safe while trick-or-treatingStaff ReportsThe Jackson County Health Department realizes trick-or-treating this year amidst the COVID-19 pandemic will need to be different than it has been in the past.

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Philharmonic chamber group beautifully highlights 'Downton Abbey'British period dramas have been a mainstay of public television. One of the most successful series in this idiom has been "Downton Abbey." This PBS series chronicles the lives of the British aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the early 20th century.

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RINGING ALERT: Salvation Army kettle campaign starts early amid pressing needHANCOCK COUNTY — The Salvation Army's red kettles are going high tech. Many aspects of this year's annual Red Kettle Campaign have been adjusted due to the pandemic.

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Task force urges against trick or treatColumbus' COVID-19 Community Task Force is urging residents to avoid Halloween activities posing a high or moderate risk of spreading COVID-19, including traditional trick-or-treating, as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the state.

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Jackson County property taxes due Nov. 10The fall installment of this year's property taxes are due in the Jackson County Treasurer's Office by 4:30 p.m.

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Local author doing book signing on HalloweenA story of adventure, immersed in time travel, mystical romance and a sprinkling of humor.

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19th century headstone damaged in crash can't be repairedHANCOCK COUNTY — One of the two large headstones damaged in a single-vehicle crash at a pioneer cemetery was able to be restored, but the other one — which dates to the late 1880s — will have to be replaced.

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BCSC seeking input on calendarBartholomew Consolidated School Corp. is asking community members — inside and outside of the school corporation — for input on its three-year calendar.BCSC has posted a survey on its website regarding school calendar preferences.

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BUCKET LIST: Indy Racing Experience, Indianapolis, IndianaYour guide to the service which allows IndyCar fans to experience the Brickyard at speed for themselves.

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Coronavirus vaccine could start coming to Indiana in a few weeks a€” if all goes wellNo vaccine candidate has yet received FDA approval, but federal officials have told Indiana to plan to receive the first shipment In November.

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Zeta barrels northeast after battering storm-weary coastNEW ORLEANS — A fast-moving Hurricane Zeta is barreling northeast after causing havoc along the coast.

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Indiana early voting total tops 1.25M the week before Election DayMarion County in-person voting skyrocketed over the weekend after satellite voting locations opened.

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53 Indiana counties labeled higher-risk for COVID-19 spreadThe Indiana State Department of Health on Wednesday again increased the number of counties designated as higher-risk locations for coronavirus spread as the state continues to record sharp increases in hospitalizations and new infections.

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Trump, Biden to appeal to last-minute voters in FloridaTAMPA, Fla. — President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden are set to chase votes in Florida, a state all but essential to the Republican's pathway to another term.

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Taking a stand has new meaning in heavily litigated electionThe United States is barreling toward Election Day in what is believed to be the most litigated race in American history.

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Letters, texts, caravans, parades: Advocates mobilize votersIn the best of times, it's a massive logistical challenge to get millions out to vote.

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US focused on disrupting finances for Somalia's al-ShababUNITED NATIONS — The United States is strongly backing efforts to disrupt the illegal financing methods used by Somalia's al-Shabab extremist group, which according to U.N. experts raised more than the $21 million it spent last year on fighters, weapons and intelligence.

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Asia Today: Virus arrives in once-clear Marshall IslandsWELLINGTON, New Zealand — The Marshall Islands has reported its first cases of the coronavirus after two people who flew from Hawaii to a U.S. military base tested positive.

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Trump paints apocalyptic portrait of life in US under BidenWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is painting an apocalyptic portrait of American life if Democrat Joe Biden gets elected.

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Banks, Coldiron spar over how to hold school in a pandemicWednesday night, in a live special edition of ABC21's Political Radar, Brien McElhatten moderated the only debate between the candidates running for Indiana's Third Congressional District seat.

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Indiana University Of Pennsylvania To Close 5 Fine Arts ProgramsINDIANA, Pa. – Indiana University of Pennsylvania will close five fine arts programs as it works to restructure in the face of ten years of declining enrollment.

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Indiana girl, 8, dies after being struck by stray bullet, police sayAccording to the Times of Northwest Indiana and WLS-TV, Timya Andrews, 8, was doing homework Oct.

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'Medicated' Halloween edibles resembling name-brand candy prompt Indiana State Police warningParents in Indiana have been warned to be extra vigilant with any Halloween candy given to their young trick-or-treaters this year.

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Courts ruled differently on Indiana and Pennsylvania mail-in ballot extensions. Heres why.Pennsylvania approved a three-day extension, accepting mail-in ballots until Nov.

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Poll shows Holcomb with comfortable lead in Indiana governor raceGov. Eric Holcomb has a comfortable lead heading into the Nov. 3 election, according to a poll released Tuesday from Washington, D.C.-based Cygnal.

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Anthony DiFalco, Franklin Regional too much for Indiana in Class 3A WPIAL soccer quartersAt a time when most people are talking about the presidential election, Indiana coach Todd Myers might have cast his vote for boys soccer player of the year.

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Map shows Kentucky's, Ohio's and Indiana's favorite horror movie villainsMichael Myers and Jason Voorhees topped the list with 12 states each.

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Kendal and Ryan! Indianapolis, Indiana Engagement PhotographyLove cures people  both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it.  Karl A. Menninger Meet Kendal and Ryan!

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Indiana Football Podcast: Previewing RutgersThe Hoosier Network · Indiana Football Podcast: Previewing Rutgers This week on the podcast, Grif, Jack, and Grif break down the magnitude of the Penn State win as well as what to expect this week from a 1-0 Rutgers team.

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Waste of Kokomo Podcast: Ghost Writer Among UsToday’s guest is Martha Warner, ghost writer, writer, social media manager, editor, and educator.

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Indiana Football Podcast: Previewing RutgersThis week on the podcast, Grif, Jack and Grif break down the magnitude of the Penn State win as well as what to expect this week from a 1-0 Rutgers team.

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Takeaways from the second Indiana governor debate, including more Holcomb vs. RainwaterDuring their second and final debate Tuesday, Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb, Democratic candidate Dr. Woody Myers and Libertarian Donald Rainwater disagreed on a host of issues, including police reform, legalizing marijuana and redistricting.

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Groundbreaking set for Merrillville facilityGovernor Eric Holcomb will Thursday join executives from Chicago-based Midwest Truck and Auto Parts Inc.

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Indiana Gets Federal Money To Reduce Lead In Drinking WaterIndiana received a federal grant to help update water infrastructure and keep children safe from lead.

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Let's Get Real Larra Overton-Emmy award-winning sports reporter and anchor Larra Overton from Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins "Let's Get Real" from Indianapolis.

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Indiana Extension Of HIP Approved For 10 YearsIndiana has received approval to continue its Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP, for 10 more years.

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Indiana Academy Of Pediatrics: Health Care Key To Serve Kids During COVID-19The American Academy of Pediatrics recently released its Blueprint for Children, focused on ways the pandemic affects children's lives.

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In light of APD resignations, Indiana police dept. posts recruitment billboard on I-26As more Asheville police officers have chosen to turn in their badges, a police department more than 500 miles away is trying to recruit them.

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Louisville and Indiana Railroad at Jeffersonville Indiana Shower Curtain for Sale by Jim PearsonOur shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings.

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Louisville and Indiana Railroad at Jeffersonville Indiana Duvet Cover for Sale by Jim PearsonAvailable in king, queen, full, and twin. Our soft microfiber duvet covers are hand sewn and include a hidden zipper for easy washing and assembly.

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Indiana Gets Federal Money To Reduce Lead In Drinking WaterIndiana 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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IU Graduate Taylor Says He Wrote 'Anonymous' Critique Of TrumpIndiana 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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53 Indiana counties labeled higher-risk for COVID-19 spreadThe Indiana State Department of Health on Wednesday again increased the number of counties designated as higher-risk locations for coronavirus spread as the state continues to record sharp increases in hospitalizations and new infections.

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Task force recommending against 'high risk' COVID-19 activities, including trick or treatThe COVID-19 Community Task Force is urging local residents to avoid Halloween activities that pose a high or moderate risk of spreading COVID-19, including traditional trick-or-treating, as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the state.

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Kickoff time set for Michigan's Nov. 7 game at IndianaMichigan football will play its second straight early-afternoon game next Saturday, when it travels south to Bloomington.

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Indiana woman, wife charged with murder of 10-year-old brother found with makeup covering injuriesLevi, who had makeup covering puncture wounds on his face, was riddled with injuries in various degrees of infection and healing to his head, hands, arm, back, groin, leg and ankles, records said.

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Police: Shooting wounds 1 near Indiana State UniversityPolice in western Indiana are searching for a suspect after a person was shot and wounded at an apartment complex near the Indiana State University campus.

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Indiana at Rutgers odds, picks and predictionPreviewing Saturdays Indiana Hoosiers at Rutgers Scarlet Knights sports betting odds and lines, with college football betting picks, tips and predictions.

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More than 1,300 Indiana National Guard members will be deployed to nursing homes next weekMore than 1,300 members of the Indiana National Guard will be deployed to help the 133 hardest hit nursing homes next week to combat the coronavirus.

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William Hill Indiana is Live! Launch Promo: $500 Risk-Free Bet Colts BetWilliam Hill Sportsbook is officially coming to Indiana, online that is. Having already been operating as a brick-and-mortar sportsbook at the Tropicana Evansville, William Hill has gotten the green light to begin their mobile sports betting operations.

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Indiana high school girls basketball: Ranking top 10 players in the Class of 2023The girls basketball scene is loaded with talent. IndyStar girls basketball insider Matthew VanTryon, with input from coaches around Indiana, ranked the top 10 in-state prospects from the 2023 class.

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Construction begins on $945M Northwest Indiana commuter train lineGov. Eric Holcomb says the $945 million project is the largest public transit investment in Indiana's history.

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Only Four Indiana School Corporations Are Asking Voters For Referendum Funding This FallIndiana 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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Indiana Pacers: Draft options if Myles Turner is traded to the WarriorsIf the Indiana Pacers decide to trade Myles Turner for a high pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, which prospects would be the best fit for them?

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Indiana Republicans Praise Amy Coney Barrett ConfirmationIndiana 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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Tom Allen Joins SportsCenter to Talk Indiana's Big Win Over Penn StateAllen talked about Indiana's big win, getting ready for Rutgers, the mentality of his program and Big Ten COVID-19 news on Wednesday when he joined SportsCenter.

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Indiana Tech women cruise to opening night victory against HuntingtonCollege basketball returned to Fort Wayne on Tuesday night, with a strong performance from the women's team at Indiana Tech.

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Statewide coronavirus update: Indiana reports 2,587 cases, 33 deathsMeanwhile, the weekly update of the county metrics map designed to chart the virus's spread showed three counties on the eastern border of the state in the red - Ohio, Dearborn and Fayette - down from four last week.

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Police: Shooting wounds 1 near Indiana State UniversityTERRE HAUTE, Ind. — Police in western Indiana were searching Wednesday for a suspect after a person was shot and wounded at an apartment complex near the Indiana State University campus.

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The Second Coming Of Bob RossWith the world in chaos, the curators of a new exhibit about the kindly painter expect his philosophy to appeal more than ever.

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