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Two Deaths Bring Wayne County Covid-19 Total To 33The state reported those deaths Tuesday with the total number of Wayne County residents to die with Covid-19 to 33....

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High Voter Turnout ContinuesWayne County, IN) - Wayne County continues to smash voting records. The number of voters at vote centers last Saturday and through this week has far surpassed turnout since Wayne County expande...

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Hearings Set For Defendants In Blm IncidentRichmond, IN) - An initial hearing was held Tuesday for one defendant in the incident where two Black Lives Matter protesters were struck at North 7th and A in Richmond last month.

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Business Owner Working To Reinstate Pit Bull BanCenterville, IN) - Centerville recently lifted its ban on pit bull ownership inside city limits, but the issue may not be over yet.

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Nigeria's army admits its soldiers were at Lagos shootingsLAGOS, Nigeria — Nigeria's army has admitted its soldiers were deployed at the Lekki Toll Plaza in Lagos where live rounds were fired last week, killing several peaceful protesters prompting global outrage.

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Iran parliament speaker contracts virus as infections surgeTEHRAN, Iran — Iran's parliament speaker says he has tested positive for the coronavirus, joining a growing list of Iranian officials infected in the Middle East's worst outbreak.

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Divided Belgium turns into Europe's worst virus hot spotBUIZINGEN, Belgium — Small, yet so divided, Belgium has been hit hard again by the pandemic, and now presents some of the most worrying statistics in a continent reeling under the virus' resurgence.

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Republican Edge In Indiana County Has Grown Since 2016A record number of Pennsylvanians have registered to vote in the presidential election, and when you dig into the numbers both locally and statewide, since 2016, the number of registered Democrats has dropped while the number of registered Republicans has increased.

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Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of ErdoganANKARA, Turkey — Turkish officials are railing against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo over its cover-page cartoon mocking Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, accusing it of sowing "the seeds of hatred and animosity." The cartoon could further heighten tensions between Turkey and France, which erupted over French President Emmanuel...

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Deutsche Bank sees profit of $363 million as costs fallFRANKFURT, Germany — Germanys Deutsche Bank made a profit of 309 million euros in the third quarter.

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Police report surge in catalytic converter theftsThe Seymour Police Department and several surrounding agencies have seen a resurgence in catalytic converter thefts from the exhaust systems of vehicles in the nighttime hours.

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Meals available for pickup for Seymour studentsSeymour Community School Corp. is offering curbside food pickup on Wednesdays. You must be an SCSC enrolled student to receive the free meals.

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Edinburgh begins search for new town managerThe Edinburgh Town Council voted Monday to begin a search for a new town manager after the council fired former town manager J.T. Doane last week.

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Indiana State Climate Office provides winter outlookStaff ReportsThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Weather Service Central Region have released their winter outlooks with La Niña factoring heavily into their predictions.

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The third quarter: Cummins reports 11% decline in revenueCummins Inc. reported third-quarter revenue declined 11% compared to the same quarter last year but saw a "dramatic increase" in sales compared to the second quarter this year.

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Two competing for coroner's positionTwo Seymour men — one a Republican and the other a Democrat — are candidates for Jackson County coroner.

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Legal Aid to have phone clinicLegal Aid is holding a Free Legal Aid Phone Clinic for residents of their eight county district on Nov.

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Author of book chosen for statewide read to participate in virtual eventStaff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS —Indiana Humanities will host bestselling-author and National Book Award-finalist Jean Thompson for a free online INconversation discussion on Nov.

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BMV extends hours for Election DayStaff ReportsINDIANA — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles recently announced that all BMV branches will extend hours of operation on Nov.

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Nurse challenges incumbent for District 65 seatA retired nurse and former employee at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is challenging the incumbent Republican for the District 65 seat in the Indiana House of Chris May, of Bedford, who has held the office for one term, is challenged this election by Democrat Paula Staley, of Nashville.

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Brownstown Police Department to receive equipment via CARES Act fundingBROWNSTOWNInstead of having to find funding in its own budget, the Brownstown Police Department is taking advantage of an opportunity from the federal government to buy needed equipment.

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Sheriff's department hosting drive-thru trick or treatA drive-thru trick or treat event is set for 5 to 6 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot at the Jackson County Sheriff's Department, 150 E.

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Satellite photos show construction at Iran nuclear siteDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Satellite photos show Iran has begun construction at its Natanz nuclear facility.

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Thias joins Kocolene management teamKocolene Development Corp. recently announced Tyler Thias, director of operations for Ranger3PL, has joined the Seymour company's management committee, effective Oct.

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A CHALLENGING CHAPTER: Fortville library regrouping after resignations, dumping of historical newspapersFORTVILLE — The Fortville-Vernon Township Public Library has lost an executive director, a board member, a longtime employee and decades of historical newspapers.

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CorrectionBecause of a Republic error, a date for the fire that destroyed the historic Anderson House, built near Hope in 1881, was incorrect in a story about Charles Baker on Monday.

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Where They Stand: Paula StaleyWhy are you running for office? When my husband and I returned to Indiana a couple years ago, when we retired, we decided to live in Brown County — in Nashville.

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Library plans November book discussionsStaff ReportsJackson County Public Library book discussion groups plan to gather virtually to discuss book themes, writing styles, characters and more in November.

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Man receives high school diploma after 75 years"After 75 years, I have what 94-year-old Kenneth Ritz said about receiving his high school diploma earlier this month from Seymour High School Principal Greg Prange."

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Reverse Raffle preps for online eventBy now, everyone knows that staying home can benefit the struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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World-renowned journalist, a Whiteland native, left local legacyA Whiteland native whose views were read around the world for half a century died last month at the age of 92.

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Veteran promoted to city fire marshalGREENFIELD — The Greenfield Fire Territory has promoted a veteran member of the department to be the new fire marshal.

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Application DeniedOn a cold, rainy day last week, with nothing else to do, I decided to clean up my home...

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Judicial selection takes varied shapes in IndianaThere's more than one way to become a judge in Indiana, and with Election Day less than a week away, here is a look at the various judicial selection methods in Indiana and how judges and lawyers view them.

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Stafford: Institutional racism and judicial merit selection in IndianaI'm by no means the first to suggest that merit selection systems may produce biased results, and people far smarter than me make compelling arguments both ways.

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State reports an additional 2,062 Hoosiers diagnosed with COVID-19Staff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health said 2,062 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories.

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COVID CAUTIONS: County issues reminder about holiday COVID-19 safetyHANCOCK COUNTY — With Halloween just days away and the holiday season starting soon after, the county's health officer is reminding residents that festivities will and should look different this year to keep everyone safe from COVID-19.Dr. Sandra Aspy encourages those having holiday celebrations to modify traditional activities by social...

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337 new lawyers admitted to practice in IndianaMany of those listed below participated in virtual admission ceremonies Sept.

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Indiana Court Decisions a€“ Oct. 7-Oct. 21, 2020Read Indiana appellate court decisions from the most recent reporting period.

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Proposed gravel pit in Noblesville facing backlashNOBLESVILLE — A concerned group of community members are determined to stop a proposed gravel pit from opening at Potter's Bridge Park in Noblesville.

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Tanzania votes for president amid fears of violence, fraudNAIROBI, Kenya — Voters in Tanzania are going to the polls for a presidential election that the opposition warns is already deeply compromised by manipulation and deadly violence.

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3 social media CEOs face grilling by GOP senators on biasWASHINGTON — The CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google are facing a grilling by Republican senators making unfounded allegations that the tech giants show anti-conservative bias.

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Locally owned grocery filling Indianapolis food desert voidThe Wall Street Market grocery store has a little bit of everything. In the middle of a pandemic, Michael McFarland and his business partner Marcus Williams opened this grocery store near east 38th street and Emerson Avenue.

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Marad Awards $4M To Ports Of IndianaThe U.S. Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration has awarded Ports of Indiana $4 million to make bulk cargo supply chain improvements by converting a vacant gravel yard into a multimodal storage facility at Burns Harbor.

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These are your rights when voting in IndianaYou have rights in the polling place. And there are also some things you cannot do.

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Here's how Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana help domestic violence survivors feel safe when they voteOhio, Kentucky and Indiana all have address confidentiality programs designed to help survivors stay safe while still exercising their right to vote.

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The lines remain long at Indianapolis early voting sites"I got up about 9:30, got prepared to come up here. Made a phone call first to see how far the line was wrapped around the building then I said I better get on up here make my vote," said Morris.

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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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2020 Road Trip Photos #35: The Season Finale OuttakesPreviously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: we guided you through six non-consecutive days of travel from July 3rd through the 11th around various locales within our home state of Indiana, the best we could do with out-of-state travel forbidden to me for work-related reasons during the Age of Coronavirus.

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City celebrates completed trail projects and those soon to be done"At a time when bike sales have spiked to their highest levels in decades, and when more city residents are exploring their city on foot, these improvements could not come at a better time," said the mayor.

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Indiana receives 10-year extension of Healthy Indiana PlanThe program combats Indiana's top contributor to chronic disease — smoking — by waiving copays and covering all therapies.

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Indiana governor won't back mandatory COVID-19 vaccineIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said Tuesday night that he would not support requiring residents to receive a COVID-19 vaccine once such immunizations become available.

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Two nursing homes cited, fined by state for "serious" workplace violations related to N95 respiratorsRecords show the fines stem from the center not doing medical evaluations on employees who were required to wear N95 respirators, and not creating an effective respiratory protection program for workers.

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Central Ave. in Indiana Dunes will be closed until Dec. 24In Indiana Dunes National Park will be closed for a beach nourishment project on the national park's Central Avenue Beach.

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Death on Indy's west side is city's 200th homicide of 2020According to a report from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, officers were called to the area of Scarlet Oak Court and Lawnview Lane around 7:25 p.m.

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Power Rankings: Michigan, Indiana and Northwestern on the rise after Week 1I didn't expect Michigan to win at Minnesota. I ~really~ didn't expect Michigan to suplex the Gophers through the announcer's table a la Perc Angle.

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Attorney general candidate calls for Indiana to legalize potJonathan Weinzapfel said Monday in a statement he believes that if Indiana lawmakers approved regulated marijuana sales to adults, it would help the state recover economically from the coronavirus pandemic and reduce "jail overcrowding across the state."

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Attorney general candidate Weinzapfel calls on Indiana to legalize marijuanaDemocratic Indiana attorney general candidate Jonathan Weinzapfel is calling on the state to legalize marijuana, saying it could boost funding for public education while helping to reduce the state's prison and jail populations.

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McAlister's Deli Kids Eat Free on HalloweenThere are so many changes to the holidays this year and but I know we can always count on McAlister’s for a great family meal!

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Back-to-back weeks for Purdue-Indiana football in December?The Big Ten team will feature division crossover games in the ninth week of the season on Dec.

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Only Four Indiana School Corporations Are Asking Voters For Referendum Funding This FallOnly four school corporations in Indiana are seeking voter-approval on funding referendums in this fall's election.

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New Youth Apprenticeships Announced In Central IndianaAgencies in central Indiana are launching a new apprenticeship program for up to 30 high school students next school year.

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Delphi schools going virtual beginning Wednesday because of COVID-19In a letter sent to students and parents, the district said all schools will be on e-learning for the remainder of this week.

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Cell doors at the Madison County Jail are breaking, and repairing them isn't easyRecently, as many as 16 doors were broken. Repairs, which are probably temporary, were made on some, but nine door need to be replaced.

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Indiana vs Rutgers Prediction, Game PreviewIndiana Hoosiers vs Rutgers Scarlet Knights prediction and game preview.

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Packaging film company expanding in Warrick CountyA Florida-based food packaging film supplier is expanding its presence in southwest Indiana. Phenix Specialty Films has broken ground on a new technical service hub and distribution center at the North Warrick Industrial Park near Elberfeld and create up to 23 jobs by the end of 2025.

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OPINION: The Indiana-Kentucky football rivalry needs to returnThrow all of that out the window, because while the basketball side of the rivalry is great, the football series between the Hoosiers and the Wildcats is even longer overdue to make its return.

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New Youth Apprenticeships Announced In Central IndianaIndiana 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 voters with COVID-19 still have a way to cast their ballotWith Election Day fast approaching and a pandemic still in full swing, Indiana is making some adjustments so even those stuck at home can cast their vote.

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Case Averages Over 2,000 For Past WeekNursing home deaths are up statewide as Indiana continues to battle a resurgence of the novel coronavirus.

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OOIDA presents oral arguments in Indiana toll lawsuitOOIDA's lawsuit claiming Indiana tolls on truckers is unconstitutional and burdensome continued in a federal appeals court on Monday.

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NXIVM head Keith Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prisonNXIVM leader Keith Raniere has been sentenced to 120 years in prison after being convicted of turning followers into sex slaves branded with his initials.

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"Bravo" is back on the job following two surgeries"Bravo is one-third of our K9 Unit", said Myers. "I cannot stress enough the importance of this K9 Unit and the affect Bravo has had on finding and keeping illegal drugs out of our community".

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Brothers Spend Summer Raising Money For St. Nicholas Heritage ProjectOn Tuesday, Jack and Will Hartman presented a $310 check to the parish to go towards Phase 2 of the Heritage Project, which includes a new gym, cafeteria, and playground.

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Legal Aid to have phone clinic Nov. 10The district includes Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, Johnson, Rush, and Shelby counties. The phone clinic will be conducted from 3 to 5:30 p.m.

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Indiana Academy Of Pediatrics: Health Care Key To Serve Kids During COVID-19Indiana 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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German American reports third quarter earningsGerman American Bancorp Inc. reported third quarter earnings of $14.6 million, or $0.55 per share, for the quarter ending Sept.

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Cummins Inc. reports encouraging third quarter resultsReported third-quarter revenue declined 11% compared to the same quarter last year but saw a.

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Detectives identify victim, suspect in stabbing attackColumbus Police Department detectives have identified the suspect as well as the woman who was stabbed during an attack in the parking lot at a Columbus park on Friday morning.

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CRH Foundation prepares for Reverse RaffleBy now, everyone knows that staying home can benefit the struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Early voting at City-County Building extended until 9 p.m.Due to high demand for early voting in Marion County, Clerk Myla Eldridge extended early voting house in her office until 9 p.m., effective Wednesday.

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Former yearbook advisor who referred to student as 'Black Guy' resignsAccording to a letter posted to the district's website from Brown County Schools Superintendent Dr. Laura Hammack and high school Principal Matthew Stark, Dr. Greg Mosley, the former yearbook advisor has resigned from his employment with Brown County Schools.

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New in power, Indiana House leader faces tough election raceINDIANAPOLIS — Big money has been pouring in for a closing days rush to protect the legislative seat for one of the top Republicans in the Indiana Statehouse.

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The Feed: Repeal, Yaso Jamaican Grill, And MoreRabble Coffee is about to come back online under new owners Jessica and Mitchell Tellstrom, who purchased the business a few weeks ago and have crowdfunded a very modest sum that they’re putting to work with a loving makeover inside the cafe.

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Indiana could trade him over the next year6 hours ago - via Miami Herald Indiana could trade him over the next year - rather than lose him for nothing - but it’s doubtful Miami would sacrifice major assets for Oladipo in a trade, partly because nobody knows if he will return to his former All Star form.

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Attorney general candidate calls for Indiana to legalize potINDIANAPOLIS — The Democratic candidate for Indiana attorney general is calling on the state to legalize marijuana, saying that doing so would reduce the state’s prison and jail populations and generate millions of dollars for public education.

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Racial Equity Now An Issue For Indiana School Board Candidates To AddressRacial equity issues have been an afterthought if mentioned at all. in most Indiana school board races in past years.

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Reese Taylor Looks to Bring Spark to Indiana's Special TeamsIndiana cornerback Reese Taylor said on Tuesday that he wants to be the best punt returner in the country.

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Columbus man arrested for attacking and stabbing ice skating instructorAn ice skating instructor at the Hamilton Center Ice Arena was arriving for work when she was attacked.

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COVIDiana Fall UpdateOur backyard is vast and full of color. Every crunchy step and the sound of my dog dashing through Mother Nature’s dead ends not only reminds me that I should clean up some leaves soon, but that we have officially reached Autumn.

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Chicago bank robberies: Lovers from Englewood charged in 6 incidents, led Chicago police, FBI on 100-mile chase into Indiana: fedsTwo Englewood women who federal agents say are lovers are charged in six bank robberies in the Chicago area.

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5,000+ cases of COVID-19 in Indiana schools; here's where cases are in Greater Lafayette districtsIn some local districts, including Tippecanoe School Corp., the highest number of positive COVID cases among students is found in high schools.

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South Putnam Middle and High School go virtual for rest of weekSouth Putnam Schools announced Tuesday it would be sending some of their students home because of concerns about COVID-19 infection.

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Swoon List: Beholder, 8th Day Distillery, And MoreA spin on classic bouillabaisse with a well-seasoned broth spiked with saffron and leeks, mussels, fingerling potatoes, sweet potatoes, and tempura cod with a hint of wasabi on chef Chris Laque's new French-inflected menu at Spoke and Steele.

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Bloomington police investigating shooting after 26-year-old man killedBloomington police are investigating a deadly shooting that occurred Monday night.

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IMS Lights at the Brickyard canceled for 2020The Indianapolis Motor Speedway will not host Lights at the Brickyard in 2020.

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West Perry Branch of the Indianapolis Public LibraryThe library was not able to host a groundbreaking ceremony due to COVID when construction began on the West Perry Branch in April, so organizers held a “Topping Off Ceremony” to give a preview of the features the library will contain.

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Statewide coronavirus update: Indiana reports 2,062 cases, 51 deathsNews and updates on coronavirus in Indiana for Oct.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 2,062 new cases, 51 new deaths reportedNew Indiana coronavirus cases and deaths reported on Tuesday, Oct. 27, by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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Pike Township middle schools temporarily revert to hybrid schedulePike Township schools announced Tuesday that some students would be going back home for virtual learning for at least part of their school week.

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NewsroomIndiana-based Gibson is advancing its commitment to diversifying the insurance industry workforce through two endowed scholarships at Indiana State University.

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2020 Marion County early voting totals far surpassing previous electionsEarly voting totals, both in-person and via mail, have far surpassed the previous three elections through three weeks.

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Kentucky, Indiana are 2 of the most hated states in the US, survey findsKentucky and Indiana are two of the most-hated states in the United States, but not THE most hated.

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Indiana reports 51 additional COVID-19 deaths and 2,062 new positive casesINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health reported Tuesday that 51 more Hoosiers have died with COVID-19 and 2,062 have tested positive.

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Indiana Historical Society Announces Founders Day HonoreesThe Indiana Historical Society is proud to announce the 2020 Founders Day Award honorees. Each year, the Founders Day Awards recognize outstanding individuals and organizations whose efforts have enriched the lives of others by conveying awareness and appreciation of Indiana’s history on local, regional and statewide levels.

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Attorney general candidate calls for Indiana to legalize potThe Democratic candidate for Indiana attorney general is calling on the state to legalize marijuana, saying that doing so would reduce the state's prison and jail populations and generate millions of dollars for public education.

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Indiana governor candidates debating as virus troubles growThe three candidates for Indiana governor are meeting for their last televised debate Tuesday night, one week ahead of Election Day.

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Lyness: Don't delay, Apply For A Paid Statehouse Internship By Oct. 31Indianapolis, Ind.) - State Rep. Randy Lyness said time is running out for local students to apply for a paid internship with the Indiana House of Representatives in Indianapolis.

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Aurora City Council Approves Golf Cart OrdinanceGolf carts and other similar motorized devices may be used within the city limits beginning January 1, 2021.

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Amazon plans to hire more than 5,400 seasonal workers in IndianaINDIANAPOLIS — Amazon will hire more than 5,400 seasonal employees in Indiana ahead of the holiday season, the company announced Tuesday.

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Scout completes 130MW Indiana wind projectBitter Ridge's completion brings operational portfolio of onshore wind energy generation to 843MW.

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Per Mar Security acquires Indiana-based Martin SecurityPer Mar Security Services, a residential and commercial security firm based in Davenport, has acquired Martin Security Systems of Valparaiso, Indiana.

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Man charged in death of Boone County Deputy Jacob Pickett reaches plea agreementBOONE COUNTY — One of the men charged for his role in the March 2018 murder of Boone County Deputy Jacob Pickett agreed to a plea deal in late September.

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Whitewater Township shooting suspect arrested in IndianaThe suspect in a double shooting in Whitewater Township has been arrested in Indiana. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Fugitive Apprehension Unit and Lawrenceburg Police tracked Brian Jackson down at the Lawrenceburg Motel in Greendale.

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NWS: Extended Periods of Heavy Rain About to Fall in IndianaSTATEWIDEThe entire state will be getting some rain beginning Wednesday because of Tropical Storm Zeta.

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Double Shooting Suspect Taken Into Custody In GreendaleLawrenceburg Police assisted with the arrest on Tuesday morning.

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City Of Lawrenceburg, Flaherty and Collins Break Ground On $32 Million Apartment ComplexThe 150-unit Whiskey River Apartment complex is expected to be completed by the Summer of 2022.

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Federal Appeals Court Backs Indiana's Limits On Voting Time ExtensionsThe law prohibits anyone other than a county election board, which oversee voting matters, from requesting court orders to extend voting hours.

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'This day has finally come': What voting means for new American citizens in IndianaThousands of immigrant Hoosiers who recently became U.S. citizens will be voting for the first time in the 2020 presidential election.

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Owners of new Broad Ripple recording studio hope to grow Indy's music sceneAlong with recording and production services, Round Table Recording Company also offers a Recording Arts Program.

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Indiana AG disputing bill in discipline caseINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is disputing tens of thousands of dollars in expenses a state commission wants him to pay in the disciplinary case stemming from allegations that he groped a state lawmaker and three other women during a party.

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Hemp testing lab begins operations in IndianaCentral Indiana's Agrozen Life Sciences is expanding its business operations with the launch of Agrozen Labs, which is now a U.S. Department of Agriculture analytical hemp testing laboratory.

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My Two Cents: Indiana's Coordinators Shine on Historic Day, Cherish the MomentIndiana has the youngest pair of coordinators in major college football, and Kane Wommack and Nick Sheridan are their biggest critics while still enjoying the moment after beating Penn State.

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Guilford Man Injured In State Road 46 CrashIndiana State Police responded to the crash on State Road 46 near State Road 101 around 4:20 on Sunday afternoon.

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Indiana County Unemployment Rate Drops In SeptemberIndiana County's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped in the month of September. The Pennsylvania Dep...

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Trump Surrogate Predicts 22 Point Win in IndianaSTATE WIDEYou havent seen much of Pres. Donald Trump in Indiana in the past few months, and probably wont see him make a stop in the Hoosier State before the election.

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AG Hill: Let's Collect All ballots By Close Of Election DayIndiana's Attorney General is doing what he can to help prevent delays in getting Election Day results.

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Indiana State Climate Office provides winter outlookThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Weather Service Central Region have released their winter outlooks, with La Niña factoring heavily into their predictions.

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Tri-State Antique Market Season Finale Happens Nov. 1The Market features 100+ vendors specializing in antique and vintage items from a variety of time periods.

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Online purchase scams spike as a result of pandemic, BBB research findsA whopping 80.5% of consumers reporting online purchase scams in 2020 lost money as a result of those scams, up from 71% in 2015, when the BBB began tracking data.

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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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The Finest Dining You'll Find Behind A Fort Wayne Gas StationDiners are treated to surprisingly elevated dishes like chuck-roast gnocchi with spicy fermented Gojuchang and a slow egg; braised-chicken in red-curry khao soi with rice noodles; and chilled noodles topped with crab, shrimp, and vegetables grown on a dedicated Junk Ditch farm outside Fort Wayne—all of which happen to pair nicely with a...

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Indiana among nations best for giving parents educational powerThe Center Square)  Indiana is one of the best states in the nation when it comes to giving parents power over their childs education, a new report said.

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Indiana reports 51 more COVID-19 deaths, 2K more virus casesIndiana reported 51 more coronavirus-related deaths on Tuesday as the state's new coronavirus infections topped 2,000 for the sixth straight day and its COVID-19 hospitalizations remained at the highest level since April.

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USDA approves Indiana's plan for commercial hemp growingINDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved Indiana's plan to allow farmers to commercially grow and process hemp.

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Ohio TE Ryan Miller takes note of Indiana winKenston 2022 TE Ryan Miller has an Indiana offer and talks about the Hoosier win over Penn State here.

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Indiana man shot by police after stabbing son, 10, has diedWabash County Prosecutor Bill Hartley Jr. said Monday 32-year-old William L. Sendelbach died Saturday at a Fort Wayne hospital.

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Indiana reports 51 more COVID-19 deaths, 2K more virus casesINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana reported 51 more coronavirus-related deaths on Tuesday as the state's new coronavirus infections topped 2,000 for the sixth straight day and its COVID-19 hospitalizations remained at the highest level since April.

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Today in Indiana historyAurora, IN —Today in Indiana History in 1877, Willis D. Gatch, inventor of the adjustable hospital bed, was born in Aurora.

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Issues important to Trump await Barrett on Supreme CourtIt's not certain Barrett will take part in these issues. No justice has assumed office so close to a presidential election or immediately confronted issues so directly tied to the incumbent president's political and personal fortunes.

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Teen Shot In Hunter's PointeRichmond, IN) - A Richmond teenager was shot Tuesday morning. A statement from the Richmond Police Department said that this shooting does not appear to be connected to a slew of shootings invo...

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Number Of Reid Covid-19 Patients Reaches High Of 61Richmond, IN) - The number of patients in Reid Health Covid-19 containment areas took another significant jump Monday.

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Options For Causeway Repair PresentedUnion County, IN) - The Fairfield Causeway over Brookville Lake has been repaired, and now attention is turning to the other span that crosses the lake.

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Indiana business owner's anti-abortion signs drawing both criticism and supportFluid Power is using his video advertising board to make sure you know where he stands ahead of this year's presidential election.

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Where is Huda Roushdy? Missing Indiana Teen With Bipolar Disorder Hasn't Been Seen in 3 WeeksThe family of 15-year-old Huda Roushdy is desperate to find the missing girl, who has bipolar disorder and is without her medication.

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Indiana Beach provides safe and fun Halloween experienceIndiana Beach wants to help you celebrate Halloween weekend.

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Indiana receives 10-year extension of Healthy Indiana PlanThe program engages members to be active participants in their health care coverage. In 2018, members made more than 545,000 visits for preventive services, and mammograms and vaccinations are at record highs for members.

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Inside the Indiana governor race: How the candidates stand on the issuesHoosiers will have the choice Nov. 3 between three gubernatorial candidates who have presented stark differences on how they would run the state, whether battling the coronavirus pandemic, funding education or tackling a host of other priorities.

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In a first nationwide, feds extend Indiana's Medicaid expansion alternative for 10 yearsIndiana has received federal approval to continue its Healthy Indiana Plan for another decade, making Indiana the first state to receive a 10-year extension for its Medicaid expansion alternative.

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Democratic gains heighten race for GOP incumbents seeking Statehouse reelectionThese candidates for Indiana Statehouse seats are in the most highly contested races. Republican seats may turn Democrat.

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Indiana Gears Up For Election Day; Brent Terhune Tweaks The RightThe Monthly Weekly chats with contributing editor Adam Wren and local comedy phenom Brent Terhune.

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Samantha Johnson-Helms: Making Beautiful MusicListen and learn. Listen and adapt. Listen and entertain the world. Samantha "Sammy" Johnson-Helms has achieved so much in her 31 years with only more accomplishments to come.

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Attorney General Candidate Calls For Indiana To Legalize PotThe Democratic candidate for Indiana attorney general is calling on the state to legalize marijuana, saying that doing so would reduce the state's prison and jail populations and generate millions of dollars for public education.

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Taiwan says new arms purchases to boost credible defenseTAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan says recently proposed purchases of U.S. missiles and other arms systems will boost the islands ability to credibly defend itself amid rising threats from China.

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The Decision To Guarantee T.J. McConnell's Contract In 2020-21 Is Easy For The Indiana PacersT.J. McConnell played great basketball for the Indiana Pacers this season, which makes it easy for the Indiana Pacers to keep his contract on the books next year.

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Police: Virginia man found in car trunk after crash in MiamiMIAMI — Miami-Dade police said authorities found the body of an aspiring hip-hop artist inside the trunk of a Virginia man's car after he crashed on a Miami highway.

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Iran summons French diplomat over Macron's remarksTEHRAN, Iran — Iranian state media says the country has summoned a French diplomat in protest at what it says is France's support for the publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.

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World shares slip after Wall St's worst day in a monthShares have fallen in Europe and Asia after surging coronavirus cases and waning hopes for U.S. economic stimulus gave Wall Street its worst day in a month.

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Tanzanian opposition party says police kill 3 ahead of voteZANZIBAR, Tanzania — A major opposition party in Tanzania is accusing police of shooting dead three citizens amid unrest over alleged fraud on the eve of the country's presidential election.

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US Election 2020 Indiana profile: How state voted in 2016, demographics and moreIndiana is a US state in the Midwestern and Great Lakes regions of North America.

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Rays, Dodgers grateful to have fans at neutral-site SeriesARLINGTON, Texas — World Series games are being limited to about 11,000 mask-wearing fans each night at a neutral site in Texas because of the coronavirus.

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Greek navy minesweeper, Portuguese cargo ship collideATHENS, Greece — Greece's coast guard says a Greek navy minesweeper and a Portuguese-flagged cargo ship have collided outside the country's main port of Piraeus.

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AP PHOTOS: Kyrgyzstan village untouched by political unrestTASH-BASHAT, Kyrgyzstan — The political turmoil that has gripped Kyrgyzstan hasn't reached this quiet village in the mountains near the capital, where residents talk about the country's feuding elites with resignation and disdain.

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Amazon taking on second Hancock County facilityHANCOCK COUNTY — Amazon has plans to operate out of another large property in the county after the original tenant had to back out when it started seeking financial Becknell Industrial began development last year on a nearly $30 million facility of over 500,000 square feet on the north side of County Road 200N.

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Greenfield man accused of battering pregnant womanGREENFIELD — A Greenfield man who struck a pregnant woman during a domestic dispute has been charged with a felony.

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Indiana secures 10-year extension of Healthy Indiana PlanStaff ReportsGov. Eric J. Holcomb announced Monday that Indiana has received approval to continue its successful alternative to traditional Medicaid expansion — the Healthy Indiana Plan —for 10 more years.

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Two challengers hope to fill long-held District 58 seatFor the first time in more than 32 years, someone new will represent District 58 in the Indiana House of Michelle Davis and Democrat Cindy Reinert are squaring off for the long-held District 58 seat, which has been occupied for the past 16 terms by Rep.

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It's his turn: Semi-retirement drives financial planner's goalsRetirement has been top of mind for Warren Ward. Over 23 years, he has helped hundreds of local people plan for their retirements, and more recently he has focused on his own." I would encourage people to take the step as soon as they can afford it."

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Bring a blanket: Restaurants consider how to continue outdoor seatingAs the days get shorter and the nights become colder, change is in the air for local restaurants.

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Task force update: Two indicators remain in redThe COVID-19 Community Task Force's latest community spread update showed that two indicators remain in the red and are holding steady.

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Where They Stand: Cindy ReinertWhy are you seeking office? I had an international business outside the U.S. for 12 years, and when I came back in 2015, I was astounded at the Indiana legislature and things going on in my state.

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Edinburgh town manager firedTwo Edinburgh Town Council members Friday assumed leadership of the town after the council fired former town manager J.T. Doane.

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Jackson County COVID-19 deaths grow to 18Staff ReportsThe number of Jackson County residents who have died from COVID-19 grew to 18 with one new death reported through midnight Sunday.

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Edinburgh town manager fired, under investigationEDINBURGH — Two Edinburgh Town Council members Friday assumed leadership of the town after the council fired former town manager J.T. Doane, who is under criminal investigation.

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Mobile food pantry set for today in SeymourThe Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Inc. mobile food pantry will be back in Jackson County from 4 to 6 p.m.

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Woman sentenced in home burglaryHANCOCK COUNTY — A woman accused of a home burglary and impaired driving with two small children in her vehicle was sentenced last week in Hancock County Circuit Court.

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Hauser reports two new COVID-19 casesHOPE — Flat Rock-Hawcreek School Corp. is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 from Hauser Jr./Sr.

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Edinburgh town manager firedTwo Edinburgh Town Council members Friday assumed leadership of the town after the council fired former town manager J.T. Doane.

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Candidates diverge on education issuesINDIANAPOLIS — It was nearly a year ago that Indiana teachers rallied at the Statehouse in Indianapolis to demand higher funding for education, something that the state legislature ultimately did not address as they had hoped.

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Radio station socks it to cancerA local radio station is once again socking it to cancer with its annual cancer awareness campaign and fundraiser.

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Years in the making, Indian Creek's farm-to-table endeavor comes to fruitionIt took 2 1/2 years and an extra day due to rain, but last week marked a new chapter for Indian Creek schools, which officially opened its own beef farm, launching a farm-to-table program unique even to one of the top agriculture producing states.

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Flu shot, COVID-19 test day plannedThe America and Roby Anderson Center, 421 McClure Road, will host a free flu shot and COVID-19 test day on Nov.

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Woman realizes dream of owning shopA Seymour woman's dream of owning her own business finally came true. Best of all, the business is right in her own front yard.

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Delta Delta chapter meets Oct. 6Staff ReportsThirteen members of the Delta Delta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Oct. 6 at Jan Engel's home and on Zoom.

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BCHS named Lead4Change Certified SchoolStaff ReportsBrownstown Central High School has been selected as a Lead4Change Certified School for the 2020-21 school year, honoring its continued participation in the program.

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More than 1,000 vote on SaturdayThe number of early-vote ballots cast at FairOaks Mall for the Nov. 3 presidential election surpassed 1,000 for the second consecutive day on Saturday as Bartholomew County voters continue to turn out in record numbers.

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Trunk or Treat set at Seymour churchSeymour Christian Church is hosting Trunk or Treat from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the church, 915 Kasting Road, Seymour.

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Work begins on softball field; park board applying for another grantBROWNSTOWNGrant funding played a big part in a softball field renovation project getting underway at the Brownstown Park.

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Veterans Day service canceledOn the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, there won't be much activity happening at the Bartholomew County Memorial for Veterans.

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Police arrest man accused of trespassing in woman's carStaff ReportsColumbus police arrested an intoxicated man after the vehicle's owner found him sleeping inside her car early Sunday morning.

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Officials: Attack near base in eastern Afghanistan kills 3KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghan officials say that at least three people killed when insurgents launched a coordinated attack against a police base in eastern Afghanistan.

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Barrett ads tied to interest groups funded by unnamed donorsWASHINGTON — The confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court is the culmination of a decadeslong coordinated effort by a constellation of conservative groups, fueled by tens of millions of dollars from wealthy anonymous donors, to tilt the high court farther to the right.

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Who will be selected to serve on IMPD oversight board?City-County Counselor says the process is ongoing.

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Indiana to receive more than 2 million COVID-19 antigen tests"To facilitate the continued re-opening of Indiana schools, businesses and economy, the Trump Administration has prioritized scaling up the state's point of care testing capacity by making this $760 million national investment in BinaxNOW tests," Assistant Secretary for Health Admiral Brett Giroir, MD, said.

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Voters fear suppression due to long linesIn the cold and pouring rain Monday, Hoosiers spent up to two hours waiting to vote at the City-County Building.

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Here's how to watch the final Indiana gubernatorial debate on TuesdayINDIANAPOLIS — For the final time before Election Day, the three candidates to be the next governor of Indiana will meet to debate on Tuesday.

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Waterman's Family FarmWaterman’s Family Farm is back with their annual Fall Festival and this year marks their 40th celebration!

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Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice in partisan voteWASHINGTON — Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate, Republicans overpowering Democrats to install President Donald Trump's nominee days before the election and secure a likely conservative court majority for years to come.

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BWI Breaks Ground on Indiana Senior CommunityGardant Management Solutions will manage the 130-unit affordable community in Anderson, set to open in fall 2021.

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Eli Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 studyWASHINGTON — U.S. government officials are putting an early end to a study testing an Eli Lilly antibody drug for people hospitalized with COVID-19 because it doesn't seem to be helping them.

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Supporting students with dyslexia during COVID-19INDIANAPOLIS — One in five people suffer from dyslexia. With many schools moving to virtual learning, students with disabilities have been hit especially hard during the pandemic.

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Cardinal Spirits Creekbend Brandy 2016Cardinal Spirits Notes: Creekbend Brandy is a one-of-a-kind collaboration between Cardinal Spirits and Oliver Winery.

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When will Indiana's absentee votes be counted?When it comes to counting and processing absentee ballots, this can vary by county based on the type of equipment they use and if the county election board has adopted a resolution, ” Warycha said in an email.

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Indiana Target Bryce Hopkins Commits to KentuckyHopkins chose Kentucky over Indiana, Michigan, Iowa State, Texas, Oregon, California, Illinois and Providence.

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Indiana developer proposes 221-unit apartment in southwest BroomfieldThe Garrett Cos., an Indiana-based apartment developer, has submitted initial plans to build a 221-unit apartment building in a southwest Broomfield subdivision.

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Health Indiana Plan gets 10-year extensionGovernor Eric Holcomb says Indiana has received approval to continue the Health Indiana Plan for another 10 years.

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Search continues for missing Indiana sisters in Elmore County areaThe two girls are Savannah Mills, 12, and her sister Rachael Mills, 10. Both were taken from their biological father in Indiana.

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Edinburgh town manager fired, under investigationTwo Edinburgh Town Council members Friday assumed leadership of the town after the council fired former town manager J.T. Doane, who is under criminal investigation.

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Habitat for Humanity builds a new home for Indianapolis familyHabitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian organization which builds houses across the U.S. and world-wide in low-income areas.

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Could Boston's Hayward sign-and-trade his way to the Indiana Pacers?ESPNs Zach Lowe and Bobby Marks brought up the possibility of Gordon Hayward signing-and-trading his way to the Indiana Pacers this offseason  how might that work?

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Indiana Hospitals Coping With COVID Surge, but Warn Strain Could IncreaseINDIANAPOLIS)  Indiana hospitals are handling a surge in coronavirus patients so far  but theyre warning that could change.

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IU's Grunwald Gallery exhibits pieces from Indiana's prehistoric pastThe State of Nature exhibit at the Grunwald Gallery of Art features artifacts and visual art pieces that showcase Indiana’s prehistoric past.Â.

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Indiana Borough police say 3 of 4 suspects jailed in fatal shooting of IUP studentIndiana Borough police announced Monday that three of four suspects in the fatal shooting of a Pittsburgh man are in custody.

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Indianapolis announces details for $1M grant program for outdoor winter diningThe city of Indianapolis and Visit Indy announced Monday details to its a $1 million grant program to help local businesses with outdoor dining in the winter months.

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Indiana 36, Penn State 35: Penix leads Hoosiers to first top 10 win since 1987Relive Indianas thrilling victory over No. 8 Penn State, as told through the voice of Austin Render, and the lens of Kurt Spitler.

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Bloomington police investigate shooting near IU's Memorial StadiumAn IU Bloomington alert just before 4 p.m. Monday said Bloomington police were investigating a shooting in the area west of Dunn Street and Varsity Lane, which is just west of the stadium.

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Indiana man shot by police after stabbing son, 10, has diedWABASH, Ind. — A northern Indiana man who was shot by police after he allegedly stabbed his 10-year-old son, mortally wounding the boy, has died at a hospital more than two weeks after that attack, authorities said Monday.

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Senator Todd Young Hails Coney Barrett's SCOTUS AppointmentIndiana 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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Edinburgh council fires town managerDoane was fired Friday, and Jeff Simpson and Ryan Piercefield were named interim co-town managers, said Dustin Huddleston, town.

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Shooting being investigated in Bloomington, IU-Notify alert sentOne person was shot and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, Sgt. Shawn Hines told an Indiana Daily Student reporter at the scene.

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Man arrested in connection with NE-side homicideA 41-year-old man was arrested this month in connection with a homicide on Indianapolis' northeast side.

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Indiana Secures 10-Year Extension Of Healthy Indiana PlanAdditionally, the approval from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services grants five-year extensions of some of the newer components of Indiana's HIP program that have provided treatment for substance use disorder and serious mental illness for 88,000 Hoosiers across all Medicaid programs.

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Indiana high school girls basketball: Ranking top 10 players in the Class of 2021The girls basketball scene is loaded with talent, especially in the senior class. IndyStar girls basketball insider Matthew VanTryon, with input from coaches around Indiana, ranked the top 10 in-state prospects from the 2021 class.

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COVID-19 task force update shows two indicators 'in the red'The COVID-19 Community Task Force's latest community spread update showed that two indicators remain in the red and are holding steady.

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US court backs Indiana's limits on voting time extensionsAP) — A federal appeals court has upheld a law unique to Indiana that prohibits voters from asking county judges to extend voting hours beyond the state's 6 p.m.

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Indiana State Police remind parents to check their children's Halloween candyState police in Lowell seized packages that were labeled Skittles and Starburst, but included images of marijuana plants and the term "medicated," according to a Facebook post Monday.

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Top tier golf courses to play in IndianaExperience the beauty of all Indiana has to offer the next time you tee off!

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NIPSCO to add 900-MW of solar PV in Indiana via three new projectsNorthern Indiana Public Service Company LLC , a subsidiary of NiSource Inc., announced the addition of 900 MW of solar energy coming to Indiana with the Dunns Bridge I, Dunns Bridge II and Cavalry Solar Energy Centers as part of the company's long-term generation strategy. NIPSCO finalized three build transfer agreements with...

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5 takeaways on how COVID-19 has affected Central Indiana's office space marketHere's what you need to know about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the office sector in Central Indiana.

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Indiana Football Named FWAA National Team of the WeekIndiana won in exciting fashion, scoring a touchdown and two-point conversion with 22 seconds left in the fourth quarter to send the game to overtime.

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Staff member at Putnamville prison dies with COVID-19INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Corrections reported Monday a staff member at the Putnamville Correctional Facility died with COVID-19.

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Indiana leaders react to Amy Coney Barrett sworn onto Supreme CourtAmy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate, with Republicans overpowering Democrats to install President Donald Trump’s nominee days before the election. Provided by WTHR Indianapolis.

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Volunteers building new home for Vietnam veteran in IndianaMUNCIE, Ind. — A Vietnam veteran who lived in his central Indiana home without power and water for more than a year is getting a brand-new residence thanks to volunteers who are rebuilding it from the ground up.

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Importantville: The Penceworld Covid Outbreak, Lugar Staffers For Biden, Spartz's Missing FarmlandAnd it’s a record that’s resonated with her supporters and interest groups. “Her family farming operation in Hamilton County gives her a first-hand view of the challenges facing agriculture, both economic and environmental, ” Indiana Farm Bureau ELECT PAC said in a statement when they backed the candidate in August.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 2,009 new cases, 13 new deaths reportedNew Indiana coronavirus cases and deaths reported on Monday, Oct. 26, by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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USDA approves Indiana's plan for commercial hemp growingINDIANAPOLIS — INDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved Indiana's plan to allow farmers to commercially grow and process hemp.

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College football rankings: Indiana jumps into Top 25 after win over Penn StateThese are the AP Top 25 college football rankings after Week 8 of the 2020 season.

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Indiana Pacers: 3 players who will thrive under Nate BjorkgrenThe Indiana Pacers should be excited about the hire of Nate Bjorkgren, and these three players are set for a big season in 2020.

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Saturday's early vote count more than 1,000The number of early-vote ballots cast at FairOaks Mall for the Nov. 3 presidential election surpassed 1,000 for the second consecutive day on Saturday as Bartholomew County voters continue to turn out in record numbers.

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BREAKING: Michigan-Indiana game time announcedMonday morning, the game time and TV affiliation were revealed for the Michigan football teams matchup at No.

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The Hot Room opens new yoga studio in FishersThe Hot Room plans to open a fifth location in Bloomington, as well.

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Indiana State Police: Check your kids' candy this HalloweenABC57 News in South Bend, Ind. covers all of Michiana including St. Joseph, Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaPorte and Marshall counties in Indiana and Berrien, Cass, Van Buren and St. Joseph counties in Mich.

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More than 5,000 COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana schoolsINDIANAPOLIS — More than 5,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Indiana schools since classes resumed for the fall semester.

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Game Time for Indiana's Home Game against Michigan RevealedIndiana will take on Michigan at noon on Nov. 7 inside Memorial Stadium.

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Federal court: Only Indiana election officials can request polling hour extensionsHoosiers will not be able to request that their polling places stay open longer on Nov.

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State reports more than 5,000 cases of COVID-19 in schoolsThe latest update of the state's COVID-19 dashboard for schools put the total case count over 5,000 for the school year.

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State: 2,009 additional Hoosiers diagnosed with COVID-19INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 2,009 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories.

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Local Veterans Day service canceled due to pandemicOn the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, there won't be much activity happening at the Bartholomew County Memorial for Veterans.

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Indiana reports 2,009 new COVID-19 cases and 13 more deathsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health on Monday reported 13 more Hoosiers have died with COVID-19, along with 2,009 new positive cases.

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