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Doctors, hospitals launch voter registration effortsBOSTON — Doctors, hospitals and medical students are ramping up efforts to register voters as part of a nationwide campaign this month.

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Days of torrential rain in S. Korea leave at least 30 deadSEOUL, South Korea — More than a week of torrential rain in South Korea has left at least 30 dead and 12 missing in landslides, floods and other incidents while the government is warning of further downpour.

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IMPD, FBI, investigating vandalism and theft at bank ATMINDIANAPOLIS — An investigation is underway after someone stole from and vandalized an ATM at an Indianapolis bank.

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Nagasaki urges nuke ban on 75th anniversary of US A-bombingTOKYO — The Japanese city of Nagasaki has marked its 75th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing, with the mayor and dwindling survivors urging world leaders including their own to do more for a nuclear weapons ban.

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DeSclafani, Suarez pace Reds past Brewers, 4-1MILWAUKEE — Anthony DeSclafani allowed two singles over six scoreless innings and Eugenio Suarez hit a three-run homer to lift the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.

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Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded shipJOHANNESBURG — Anxious residents of the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius are stuffing fabric sacks with sugar cane leaves to create makeshift oil spill barriers as tons of fuel leak from a grounded ship.

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Warren scores 39, Pacers surge past Lakers late, 116-111LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — T.J. Warren scored 39 points, including seven straight to put Indiana ahead in the final two minutes, and the Pacers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 116-111.

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Trump allows some unemployment pay, defers payroll taxBEDMINSTER, N.J. — President Donald Trump has issued executive orders to revive an expired unemployment benefit and defer some payroll taxes, contending he must act because lawmakers have failed to agree on a new coronavirus relief package.

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Georgia police investigated for firing at car carrying kidsWAYCROSS, Ga. — State authorities are investigating after a Georgia police officer fired his gun at a vehicle with at least two teenagers inside during an attempted traffic stop.

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Strong Men, Strong Minds Indy holds empowerment rally for Black menINDIANAPOLIS — A city-wide effort to unite Black men across Indianapolis brought dozens of people together Saturday.

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At his New Jersey golf club, Trump finds supportive audienceBEDMINSTER, N.J. — Talk about an unexpected perk of a country club membership. When President Donald Trump made a late addition to his Friday evening schedule, members of the club in Bedminster, New Jersey, got the chance to attend his news conference, along with reporters and the Secret Service, in an ornate ballroom.

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Oregon trooper injured, 24 arrested in Portland protestsPORTLAND, Ore. — More protests are expected in Portland, Oregon, throughout the weekend following violent demonstrations this week as unrest in the Northwest city continues.

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Browns' star receiver Landry activated from injury listCLEVELAND — Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry was activated from the physically unable to perform list.

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Some Indiana farmers find surprising bounty in COVID-19 yearScottsburg-based farmer Doug Krieger said that in more than two decades of selling at southern Indiana farmers markets, he's never had a year like this one.

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Trump extends unemployment benefits, defers payroll taxBEDMINSTER, N.J. — Seizing the power of his podium and his pen, President Donald Trump on Saturday moved to bypass the nation's elected lawmakers as he claimed the authority to defer payroll taxes and extend an expired unemployment benefit after negotiations with Congress on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed.

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Fatal Police Shooting In Western Indiana Deemed JustifiedIndiana 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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Pickup Crashes Through Wall Of Beauty Salon In Gary, IndianaA pickup truck made a mess of a beauty salon in Gary, Indiana, Friday night.

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One dead after single-car crash Friday night in Hamilton CountyThe crash was reported around 9:15 p.m. in the 21700 block of Cammack Road, northwest of Noblesville, Hamilton County Sheriff's Deputy Ryan McClain said in an email.

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Police: One injured in Friday night shooting in RichmondA person was injured after a shooting Friday night in Richmond, according to police.

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Los Angeles Lakers vs Indiana Pacers: Injury Updates and Lineup PredictionsThe Los Angeles Lakers take on the Indiana Pacers tonight, and they will be hoping to avoid losing their third game in a row.

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Indiana Utility Faces $1.1M Fine Over Safety ViolationsIndiana 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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Lakers vs. Pacers score, takeaways: T.J. Warren's Orlando coming-out party continues in win over Los AngelesThe top-seeded Lakers have been anything but sharp since the restart in Orlando.

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Lakers Looking to Make More Three-Pointers Today vs. IndianaEasy points have been hard to find for the Lakers with playoffs a little more than a week away.

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Indiana Pacers get consecutive putback slams from Jakarr Sampson against LakersT.J. Warren had another excellent quarter in the NBA bubble, but that wasn't the big story for the Indiana Pacers in the first quarter Saturday night. Kim Klement, AP Indiana Pacers forward JaKarr Sampson reacts after a play during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Lakers, Saturday, Aug.

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Ball State's fall sports season canceled due to pandemic after MAC announces decisionMUNCIE — Ball State athletics will be on hold after the Mid-American Conference became the first league competing at college football's highest level to cancel its fall season due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

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Indiana Grown: Double R FarmsINDIANAPOLIS — Each and every Saturday WISH-TV highlights a local company together with our partners at Indiana Grown.

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Indiana reports 13 more coronavirus deaths, 1,036 new casesAt least 2,834 Hoosiers have died from the coronavirus as of Saturday, and there have been at least 73,287 positive cases throughout the state since the start of the pandemic.

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Will college football be played in Indiana in 2020?The Mid-American Conference canceled its fall season on Aug. 8, leaving Ball State without any games.

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Motorcycle passenger killed in crash in Madison CountyMADISON COUNTY — One person died and another was injured Friday night when their motorcycle was struck by a motorist in Madison County.

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Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 1,036 new cases, 13 new deathsIndiana has reported 1,036 new positive cases of COVID-19 on August 8.

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Coronavirus: 1,000+ cases in Indiana for 3rd straight day, Tippecanoe cases up 21Tippecanoe County recorded 21 new confirmed coronavirus cases Saturday, as cases across Indiana number more than 1,000 for the third consecutive day, according to Indiana State Department of Health figures.

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ISDH reports more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for 3rd consecutive dayINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health reported more than 1,000 new positive COVID-19 cases for the third day in a row.

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Indiana state officials pressured to set school-shutdown benchmarksWith at least 31 positive cases of the coronavirus reported in Indiana schools since buildings began reopening in late July, district leaders, teachers and parents are pressuring state officials to identify benchmarks for what would require schools to go back online as confirmed cases of the virus increase.

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Los Angeles Lakers vs. Indiana Pacers odds, picks and best betsThe Los Angeles Lakers will take on the Indiana Pacers. Saturday at HP Field House in Kissimmee, Fla.

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New Palestine High School confirms 2nd student tested positive for COVID-19Families of students who were in direct contact with the student have been notified by the school's nurse, according to a message sent to families Friday night from the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County.

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Indiana Football: Coaches continue to disrespect Hoosiers with new pollThe Indiana football team return a lot of key players from an eight-win team last year, but still are getting no respect from the coaches.

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Indiana utility faces $1.1M fine over safety violationsMERRILLVILLE, Ind. — A northern Indiana utility is facing a $1.1 million fine after state regulators cited it for natural gas pipeline safety violations and specified that the company cannot pass that cost onto its ratepayers.

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Fatal police shooting in western Indiana deemed justifiedWEST TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — A western Indiana prosecutor says an April police shooting that killed a man who had exchanged gunfire with officers was justified and the man's actions amounted to "an ambush" on officers.

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Volleyball preview: 16 East Central Indiana players to watch in 2020Helen Beach was an All-PAAC and Class 3A All-State selection and was chosen to compete in the IHSVCA All-State Classic despite missing the last few weeks of last season with a concussion. Beach was one of three Burris players to finish with 200-plus digs and comes into this season with 440 in her career.

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May We Suggest Tennis Lessons?Tennis is the ultimate social-distancing sport, and Indianapolis has some skin in this particular game.

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Indiana fugitive gets stuck in chimney while eluding copsIndiana firefighters rescued a man who climbed up a fireplace chimney to avoid being captured by police - only to get stuck.

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Indiana woman convicted for her role in abusing boy, 3WARSAW, Ind. — A northern Indiana woman has been convicted of child neglect for her alleged role in the abuse of a 3-year-old boy found with broken bones, pieces of his scalp missing and other gruesome injuries.

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Greenfield-Central High School student tests positive for COVID-19GREENFIELD — Greenfield-Central school officials notified parents Friday night that a student tested positive for COVID-19.

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Will college football be played? Here's where Indiana programs standMany lower-division Indiana football programs have canceled fall activities. IU, Notre Dame and Purdue are assessing whether they can take the field.

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Indiana COVID-19: Holcomb extends restrictions through August as IN reports 1,036 new coronavirus cases, 13 additional deathsCoronavirus Indiana: Gov. Eric Holcomb extended restrictions as the state reported 1,036 new COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths Saturday.

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Indiana Reports 1,031 New Coronavirus Cases, 13 Additional Deaths SaturdayFor the third consecutive day, Indiana reported more than 1,000 new cases of coronavirus, as 1,031 additional positive test results were reported by officials on Saturday.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 1,036 new cases, 13 new deaths reportedIt's the third highest daily total since reporting began in March. Indiana saw its highest daily total on Friday.Â.

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University of Southern Indiana, Screaming Eagles ArenaCompleted in 2019 in Evansville, United States. Images by Tim Hursley, Laura Peters. A pivotal project for the University of Southern Indiana , Screaming Eagles Arena is an iconic addition to the campus that dynamically enhances...

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Los Angeles Lakers vs. Indiana Pacers odds, picks and best betsThe Los Angeles Lakers will take on the Indiana Pacers. Saturday at HP Field House in Kissimmee, Fla.

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Indiana utility faces $1.1M fine over safety violationsMERRILLVILLE, Ind. — A northern Indiana utility is facing a $1.1 million fine — the largest in state history — after state regulators cited it for natural gas pipeline safety violations and specified that the company cannot pass that cost onto its ratepayers.

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State Senate challenger seeks to bring a new voiceIn 2017, when Theresa Bruno suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm, the odds were against her.

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AN ARMY FOR ANDREW: Community rallies to support boy battling leukemia for the second timeNEW PALESTINE — His blood is sick. That's what Andrew Eyerman told his parents, Amber and Fred Eyerman, when he was recently diagnosed with leukemia for the second time in his young life.

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Crothersville receives $700,000 grant for CSO projectThe first step toward Crothersville becoming compliant with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management received a big boost.

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Local woman dies after being hit by JeepStaff ReportsA 35-year-old Columbus woman was killed Thursday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle as she walked across Jonathan Moore Pike.

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Leadership Jackson County project focuses on Shieldstown Covered BridgeBuilt in 1876, the Shieldstown Covered Bridge has stood the test of time. A $1 million restoration project that was supposed to be completed in 2016 but didn't get done until 2019 because of a few hurdles has set it up to stand for many more years to come.

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Rock'n Ready program provides free backpacks, school supplies to studentsOn the first day of school Monday, more than 1,000 Seymour Community School Corp. students can expect to receive a new backpack filled with the school supplies they need to start the year off right.

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Local band opens Cerafest concert todayLocal ensemble Night Owl Country Band will open today's 7 p.m. gathering for the continuing Cerafest Concert Series at Ceraland Park, 3989 S.

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Crothersville school board to meet Monday nightThe Crothersville Community School Corp. board of trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Monday at the central administration building, 201 S.

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Utilities issue boil order for MondayColumbus City Utilities has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for customers in the area of Eighth Street and its intersection with California, Union, and Wilson streets.

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Fortville police chief withdraws retirementFORTVILLE — Four days after Fortville Police Chief Bill Knauer announced in June that he'd be retiring at the end of the year, his wife, Carolyn, was diagnosed with breast cancer." We have to put our retirement plans on hold and concentrate on other things right now," he said at a Fortville Town Council meeting earlier.

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Indiana eviction, utility shutoff moratoriums end next weekThe Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents who have struggled to pay rent or utility bills during the coronavirus pandemic have one more week before the state's protections against evictions and utility shutoffs end, despite a recent analysis that found that more than 40% of the state's renters are unable to pay their rent.

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Send photos of popular attractions to Jackson County REMCJackson County REMC is looking to fill its new lobby with recognizable locations from around its service territory.

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State organization honors local womanStaff ReportsThe Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council and Jackson County Prosecutor's Office recently recognized Tess A. Carroll as a recipient of the child support KID Award.

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Pets Page: Columbus Animal Care ServicesEthel is about four months old. She is a very quiet and shy kitty. She does need time to warm up but is a sweetie once she gets to know you.

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BCSC lists latest metrics for reopeningBartholomew Consolidated School Corp. officials have released another update on local COVID-19 indicators, which will guide the school corporation on whether a safe reopening can occur on Aug.

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Brownstown introduces firearm discharge ordinanceBROWNSTOWNAfter consulting with the leaders of the Brownstown Police Department, the town council has proposed an ordinance concerning the discharge of firearms within town limits.

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Jobless claims decline, but still highNew jobless claims in Indiana significantly decreased last week, but still remained extraordinarily high as evidence mounts that the resurgent coronavirus is stalling hiring and slowing an economic rebound in several areas of the United States.

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Pets Page: Bartholomew County Humane SocietyNobody covers Columbus, Indiana and the surrounding areas like The Republic.

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Mt. Vernon High School moving to hybrid scheduleMt. Vernon High School students will start the academic year later this month attending classes in person on some days and virtually on others.

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Sauey Family Foundation scholarship awarded to East gradThe W.R. and Floy A. Sauey Family Foundation recently announced the award of a one-year, $3,000 collegiate scholarship, renewable for up to three years, to Columbus resident Claire application process included submitting an application, school transcripts, reference letters, and a written essay.

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Last minute jitters — Here's what you need to know before school startsThe 2020-21 school year begins Aug. 10 for the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp., and also marks the first day of in-person learning since March.

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Patient count increases at CRHColumbus Regional Hospital saw an increase in patients hospitalized with COVID-19 this past week, including reaching a peak of 12 on Thursday, as state health officials continue to report record numbers of new coronavirus cases in Indiana.

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SHS yearbooks available for pickupSeymour High School Class of 2020 graduates who ordered a 2019-20 yearbook can pick them up in the main office at the school.

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Camby man accused of domestic batteryHANCOCK COUNTY — A man accused of cutting a woman with a knife during a confrontation in a car faces felony charges.

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

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Local health department overwhelmed with mask-related callsA week into the statewide mask mandate, and the local health department is swamped with complaints about people not wearing masks.

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Protections for renters ending next weekINDIANAPOLIS — In one week, landlords will be able to start the eviction process for renters who have fallen behind on rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Thousands of evictions possibly looming in Indiana as protections for renters end next weekINDIANAPOLIS — In one week, landlords will be able to start the eviction process for renters who have fallen behind on rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Some Indiana farmers find surprising bounty in COVID-19 yearSCOTTSBURG, Ind. — Scottsburg-based farmer Doug Krieger said that in more than two decades of selling at southern Indiana farmers markets, he's never had a year like this one.

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Indiana University prepares for the return of students in Bloomington"We are going to be checking to make sure that if there is a hint of an outbreak we are on top of it and then using contact tracers we are going to be looking to make sure we can get in touch with people who may have come in contact with somebody that could have been exposed to COVID," Chuck Carney, director of media relations for IU, said.

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Cease, White Sox blank Indians 2-0CHICAGO — Dylan Cease worked his way through five shutout innings, and the Chicago White Sox beat Aaron Civale and the Cleveland Indians 2-0.

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Parents who chose online learning say they feel better about their choice after the spike in casesAs state health officials reported another record-breaking day of coronavirus cases, parents are preparing their children to go back to school. The majority of students, according to district reports, are going back to in-person classes while the rest continue to do remote learning.Â.

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Asia Today: Australian state records 466 cases, 12 deathsMELBOURNE, Australia — The Australian state of Victoria recorded 466 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths, including another man in his 30s.

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Opening day coming for Indianapolis high school in new locationINDIANAPOLIS — Hope Academy opens in a new location Monday. Its purpose remains the same, as the only Indiana high school for teenagers recovering from substance addiction.

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12 children diagnosed with syndrome linked to COVID-19 treated at Riley Hospital for ChildrenAll 12 patients with Multisystem inflammatory syndrome have recovered and been discharged from the hospital, Emily Garrett, a spokesperson for the hospital, said in an email Friday.

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Georgia DA who charged officers faces tough primary runoffATLANTA — Amid misconduct allegations and police brutality protests, the top prosecutor in Georgia's most populous county is fighting to keep his job.

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COVID-19: Indiana State says no to football this fallIndiana State is in the Missouri Valley Football Conference and the league decided Friday night to postpone the conference season, with spring games a possibility.

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Parents in Carmel concerned about school safety planThose parents said they want more options for safely learning, especially as more and more cases of COVID-19 are reported at school districts across the area.

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Michigan county official resigns after defending racist slurTRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — An official in a northern Michigan county says another official who acknowledged using a racist slur plans to resign.

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El Salvador political stalemate a drag on pandemic responseSAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — For months, the strictest measures confronting the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America seemed to keep infections in check in El Salvador, but a gradual reopening combined with a political stalemate has seen infections increase nearly fourfold.

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Bad week for Mexico tourism capped by mis-translationsMEXICO CITY — It has been a bad week for Mexican tourism promotion, after "anything goes" tourism ads were pulled and Mexico was slapped with a U.S. "do not travel" advisory.

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Greenwood woman charged in hit-and-run death of Indianapolis manINDIANAPOLIS — A 22-year-old Greenwood woman is charged in the July hit-and-run death of a young Indianapolis man on the city's south side.

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Last-ditch virus aid talks collapse; no help for jobless nowWASHINGTON — A last-ditch effort by Democrats to revive collapsing Capitol Hill talks on vital COVID-19 rescue money have ended in disappointment.

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Brown, Fowles lead Lynx past Indiana 87-80, move to 5-1Lexie Brown had 26 points and Sylvia Fowles 21 as Minnesota improved to 5-1 with its fourth straight win.

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Eviction Moratorium EndingIndiana sitting on CARES Act money. Plus, a former lieutenant governor on why Governor Holcomb won't expand vote-by-mail and more on Indiana Week in Review for the week ending August 7th, 2020.

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COVID-19: 7,200 have died in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana combined

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AP sources: Whitmer met with Biden as he nears VP decisionLANSING, Mich. — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer went to Delaware to meet with Joe Biden as he neared the announcement of his vice presidential choice, two high-ranking Michigan Democrats tell The Associated Press.

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Indiana senior: Tim Miller wins his third senior title at 73Kokomo native uses home-course advantage to shoot under his age en route to title.

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Back to school: Earlham College welcomes the Class of 2024 in the midst of a pandemicFall semester classes begin Monday. A two-month pause in the academic year is planned after Thanksgiving, the height of the traditional flu season in the Midwest.

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FAA employees who oversee airplane makers report pressureGovernment employees responsible for making sure airplanes are safe say they face pressure from companies not to raise too many safety concerns.

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COVID-19 pandemic forces businesses to get creativeWhen weddings and events were canceled in March due to the coronavirus, Nameless Catering had to quickly come up with an idea to keep their business going.

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Joe Arpaio loses sheriff's race in 2nd failed comeback bidPHOENIX — Joe Arpaio has been narrowly defeated in his bid to win back the sheriff's post in metro Phoenix that he held for 24 years before being voted out in 2016.

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Joe Arpaio loses bid to win back Arizona sheriff's post that he held for nearly quarter-century before ouster in 2016US intelligence says Russia is using a range of measures to denigrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

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Person suffers life-threatening injuries in Martinsville apartment fireMartinsville Fire Department firefighters were called just before 5 p.m. to The Pine Apartments, on the city's south side, for an injured person, according to a Facebook post from the fire department.

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IMPD identifies five policeman involved in fatal police-involved shootingAs the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department continues an internal investigation into a police-involved fatal shooting last month, the names and personnel records of five officers involved have been released.

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Indiana's Doug McDermott questionable on SaturdayIndiana Pacers forward Doug McDermott is questionable to play in Saturday's matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Football player at Delta High School in Delaware County tests positive for COVID-19Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Students Want IU to Lower Tuition During PandemicIndiana 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: Despite hot start, Nate McMillan is on the hot seatIndiana Pacers' head coach Nate McMillan is potentially in jeopardy of losing his job, but reports are conflicting at this time.

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In-person or online? Here's how Indiana schools are reopening in COVID-19 pandemicAcross the state, all schools have put into place safety measures including mask-wearing, social distancing, extensive cleaning and other measures to try to curb the virus.

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Deadly shooting at Fountain Square apartment under investigationINDIANAPOLIS — A person was shot and killed Friday morning at an apartment in Fountain Square, according to police.

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Coronavirus Coverage: Mask Enforcement, Evictions, Reducing TuitionIndiana 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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2020 Previews: IndianaLet's first delve into the hashtag, because the way it straddled the line between 'ha ha, imagine a nine-win season for a team that hasn't had one since 1967' and 'shoot, I think it's doable with the schedule they've got' led to a lot of confusion and, ultimately, some great debates about whether any of us actually meant it or not.

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Little boy's lemonade stand raises money for family of state trooper who died in crash.With his lemonade stand, a Kokomo boy has raised nearly $2,000 for the family of a state trooper who died in a crash last year.

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COVID-19 concerns in small Indiana town outside RichmondThe Wayne County Health Department says people who attended a recent event in Williamsburg, northwest of Richmond, may have been exposed to COVID-19.

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Some Indiana farmers find surprising bounty in COVID-19 yearScottsburg-based farmer Doug Krieger said that in more than two decades of selling at southern Indiana farmers markets, he's never had a year like this one.

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Carmel Middle Schools Announce New Reopening PlanCarmel Clay Schools announced their plan for the hybrid model and Carmel Middle Schools Announce New Reopening Plan Read More.

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Rumor: Indiana coach Nate McMillan is on hot seatThis isnt fair, but welcome to the life of an NBA coach.

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Indiana Hits Highest COVID-19 Total, Two Deaths Reported LocallyIndiana set a new record Thursday for most positive cases of COVID-19, with 1,253 new cases reported.

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Evansville man gets stuck in chimney while fleeing from copsThe 29-year-old Evansville man was wanted for a probation violation stemming from a drug-related conviction.

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The Rebound Indiana: More than $1 million grant to fund more peer recovery options in IndianaINDIANAPOLIS — More than $1 million in federal grants will help add more peer recovery specialists at 16 organizations throughout Indiana.

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State revenue rises in JulyThe state says the increase can be attributed to the collection of income tax payments, the due date for which had been extended to July 15.

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Indiana University Prepping Campus With COVID-19 Safety MeasuresIndiana 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 Senate Leader Warns Less Funding for Schools OnlineIndiana’s Senate president warned public schools in a letter that they could face budget cuts if they don’t hold in-person classes this year, despite prior assurances from Gov.

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Three students, two staff members at Avon Community Schools test positive for COVID-19AVON — At least three students and two staff members at Avon Community School Corporation have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the new school year, the district confirmed Friday.

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Johnson County: Mail delivery truck crashes into treeAccording to the Bargersville Fire Department, the mail delivery van crashed into a tree. It took about 15-minutes to get the driver out of the wrecked vehicle.

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Indiana Senate leader warns less funding for schools onlineIndiana's Senate president warned public schools in a letter that they could face budget cuts if they don't hold in-person classes this year, despite prior assurances from Gov.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 1,253 new cases, 10 additional deaths reportedIndiana coronavirus cases: What the health department says about consecutive record days.

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Bitadze Back, But Injuries Still Impacting PacersInjuries have been a main storyline throughout the 2019-20 Pacers season and unfortunately for Indiana, they continue to be a problem as the playoffs quickly approach.

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Indiana man allegedly threatened neighbor with burning crossShepherd T. Hoehn, 50, of Lawrence, was angered by the removal of a tree on the man's property on June 18, prompting him to take "several steps to intimidate" his neighbor and disrupt a construction crew, the US Justice Department announced Thursday.

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Indiana seeks $2.2M from Daleville district for alleged virtual school fraudState auditors said Daleville Community Schools failed to hold Indiana Virtual School and Indiana Virtual Pathways Academy to their charter contracts, review the schools' finances, or press for improvements.

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Former Angels employee charged in overdose death of pitcher Tyler SkaggsA former employee of the Los Angeles Angels is being charged for allegedly supplying the drugs that killed pitcher Tyler Skaggs last year, according to multiple reports.

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Indiana Football Wants to be 'Big Dogs' in the Big TenStevie Scott and Whop Philyor talked to the media about their excitement regarding Indiana's season and how they are embracing the tough schedule.

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Local Indiana children's book author on shortlist for awardShe's a children's book author with Broad Ripple roots, and now she's up for an Indiana Author Award!

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Indiana Senate Leader Warns Less Funding For Schools OnlineIndiana 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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Arizona police department may charge Lori Daybell in late husband's deathThe Chandler Police Department in Arizona says it may file charges against Lori Daybell in connection to the death of her late husband, Charles Vallow, but that the decision to ultimately charge her will come from the prosecutor's office.

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Where the Pie Trail EndsI dont know about you, but I LOVE pie. Its the one dessert I can never resist.

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IMPD releases names of officers in excessive force lawsuitINDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has identified and released the records of the four policemen named in an excessive force lawsuit filed by two women arrested during the downtown protests on May 31.

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Indiana high school sports and COVID-19: Questions remain on football, moreHigh school athletics in Indiana continue to move forward this week. Girls golf competition is underway and practices for football, volleyball, boys tennis, boys and girls cross-country and boys and girls soccer is ongoing, though some individual teams and athletic programs have shut down either temporarily or entirely due to positive COVID-19...

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Three shot, one dead in shooting on Indianapolis' south sideINDIANAPOLIS — One person is dead and two others have been injured in a shooting on the south side of Indianapolis.

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'I took it personally': Ex-Denver officer helps find fugitive missing for 46 yearsIt's been a long time coming for former Denver police officer Daril Cinquanta, but persistence paid off.

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Indiana Basketball Doesn't Make Skyy Clark's Final EightClass of 2022 combo guard Skyy Clark didn't put Indiana in his final eight schools.

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Direct foreign investment in Indiana now a key economic driverAfter decades of skepticism, pretty much every Indiana political entity, from small towns to the Governor's Office, strives to persuade overseas businesses to launch operations in the state,.

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2021 NCAA Final Four ticket applications close August 31INDIANAPOLIS — Ticket applications for the 2021 Final Four tournament in Indianapolis are now available to the public.

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Indiana's Michael Penix Jr. Looks to Improve Leadership This SeasonOffensive coordinator Nick Sheridan wants Michael Penix to take ownership of the offense this season.

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Indiana Supreme Court divided over custody reversalTwo Indiana Supreme Court justices have dissented from their colleagues' denial of transfer in a child custody dispute that resulted with the mother gaining sole legal custody of her kids.

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Indiana on pace to deplete jobless benefits in SeptemberThe fund, which provides jobless benefits for the unemployed, had about $886.8 million in early March, before the pandemic, according to data from the U.S. Department of Treasury.

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Suspect Is In Custody In Shooting At Taco Bell In IndianaA suspect is in custody in a shooting that happened at a fast food restaurant along Oakland Avenue near IUP Ca...

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Indiana on pace to deplete jobless benefits in SeptemberIndiana's unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.

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Coronavirus: Second largest single day for Tippecanoe cases, largest yet for IndianaTippecanoe County posted the second largest single-day gain in confirmed coronavirus cases, with 32, on Friday, according to data released by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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WNBA: Indiana Fever drop second straight, lose to Minnesota Lynx 87-80Lexie Brown scored a career-high 26 points, leading the Minnesota Lynx to an 87-80Â win Friday.

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Indiana Basketball: The Hoosiers three most important targetsIndiana Basketball has had a great start to their recruiting class of 2021, and these three players would complete the rest of the puzzle.

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Indiana Residents Have 1 Week Left To Avoid Evictions, Utility ShutdownsDue to the pandemic, Indiana residents struggling to pay their rent have one more week to avoid evictions and utility shutdowns.

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Lt. Gov. Crouch announces Rural Road to Recovery initiative, delivering on promise to advance rural programs and servicesGovernor Suzanne Crouch today announced her Rural Road to Recovery initiative in partnership with Purdue University's Center for Regional Development and Ball State University's Indiana Communities Institute.

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Indiana Football: Updated 2020 football Big Ten predictionsThe Indiana football just opened up camp for the 2020 season in hopes that the season can be played.

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Indiana reports 10 more coronavirus deaths, 1,253 new casesAt least 2,821 Hoosiers have died from the coronavirus as of Friday, and there have been at least 72,254 positive cases throughout the state since the start of the pandemic.

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Indiana's More Than 1,200 New Coronavirus Cases Are Highest Daily Total of Pandemic So FarHealth officials in Indiana reported more than 1,200 new cases of coronavirus Friday, setting a record for the second straight day for the highest daily total the state has seen so far this pandemic.

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Christmas comes early in Indiana with nativity scene court caseIn 2018, Jackson County was sued by a woman who was traveling through the town, spotted the nativity scene, and claimed she was offended by its presence and that its location amounted to the promotion of Christianity by the county.

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WATCH: Popovich brings awareness to racial injustices, 1930 Indiana lynchingsBefore the San Antonio Spurs game against the Utah Jazz, head coach Gregg Popovich took time during the pregame media session to continue to put the social justice movement front-and-center.

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Indiana on pace to deplete jobless benefits in SeptemberAP) — Indiana's unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.

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Indiana breaks all-time high daily COVID-19 cases for the second day in a rowThe Indiana State Department of Health says 1,253 more Hoosiers have tested positive for the virus, and 10 others lost their lives to COVID-19.

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Statewide coronavirus update: Indiana reports 1,253 cases, 10 deathsThe Indiana State Department of Health reported 1,253 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 10 deaths on Friday.

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BP Whiting, Indiana, refinery starts up new hydrotreaterBP Plc started up a new naphtha hydrotreater this week at its 435,000 barrel-per-day Whiting, Indiana, refinery, said company spokeswoman Sarah Howell.

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Indiana Surpasses 68,000 Confirmed Coronavirus CasesIndiana has surpassed 68,000 confirmed COVID-19 virus cases. The state's health department said this week that 582 additional people have been diagnosed.

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Weekend Heat and Storm Chances ReturnOur fall preview is over and August will return to its regularly scheduled programming this weekend.

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Game Preview: Pacers vs LakersMatchup After dropping their first seeding game in Orlando, the Pacers will look to bounce back on Saturday night against the Lakers.

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ISP Detectives Continue To Investigate A 2018 Dearborn County MurderLawrenceburg, Ind.) - The investigation of the 2018 Memorial weekend murder of a Dearborn County man continues over two years later.

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Hartford Bridge On Cole Lane To Close Next WeekThe Hartford Bridge, located on Cole Lane, will be closed Tuesday, August 11, through Sunday, August 16, weather permitting.

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City Directory  How To  make a text file  1938  IndianaWhen you find your ancestors name in a City Directory make sure you capture all the people with the last name and not just your relative.

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AG Office Collects Nearly 180 Pounds Of Medication During Drug Take-Back EventsLawrenceburg was one of the three locations for Hoosiers to drop off their unwanted or unused prescription medications.

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KSP Raises Over $16K For Special OlympicsFrankfort, Ky.) - The first Kentucky State Police "Cover the Cruiser" event is in the books and raised $16,206.16 to support Special Olympics of Kentucky.

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Indiana music venues need support to survive amid pandemicThe Indiana Independent Venue Alliance is asking for support to help well-known stages survive the coronavirus pandemic.

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Holcomb Announces Expanded Peer Recovery Options For HoosiersIndianapolis, Ind.) - Governor Eric J. Holcomb today announced a partnership between the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and Mental Health America of Indiana to expand access to trained peer support recovery professionals through the Indiana Recovery Network.

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DCHD: COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality Report For July 31-August 6If you are interested in getting tested at the Dearborn Adult Center, you may schedule an appointment online.

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Ramp Closures Planned Along I-74 At S.R. 1 and U.S. 52 For Milling, PavingDearborn Co., Ind.) - Ramp closures along I-74, between S.R. 101 and the Ohio state line, are starting today and lasting through next Wednesday as part of a 20.3 million asphalt resurface project.

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Gov. Beshear: Face Coverings Still Crucial To Success In COVID-19 FightFrankfort, Ky.) - Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday extended the state's mandate requiring face coverings in some situations for another 30 days, citing its success and continued importance in flattening the curve of novel coronavirus 2019 cases in the commonwealth.

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Dance Recital Leads To Northeastern Students' Quarantine, Health Dept. AlertWilliamsburg, IN) - A staff member at Northeastern High School has tested positive for Covid-19.

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Wayne County's Weekly Jobless Numbers Lowest Since OutbreakWayne County, IN) - Heres some positive local news regarding Covid-19. The number of jobless claims filed in Wayne County last week was the lowest its been since the outbreak beca...

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Tidrow Out At Rcs; Board Seeks School Resource OfficersRichmond, IN) - Theres a shortage of manpower for school resource officers at Richmond Community Schools.

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Indiana Resources highlights Tanzania's disdain for minersThe lack of response reflects the disdain that has been shown toward international mining investors since 2017 when Mining Code was revised.

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Indiana unemployment insurance trust fund running low on cashIndiana is on pace to deplete its unemployment insurance trust fund by September.

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Indiana COVID-19: Holcomb extends restrictions through August as IN reports 1,051 new coronavirus cases, 6 additional deathsCoronavirus Indiana: Gov. Eric Holcomb extended restrictions as the state reported 1,253 new COVID-19 cases and 10 deaths Thursday.

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Indiana state revenues get shot in the arm from deferred tax payments, still down from estimatesState coffers were boosted by $900 million worth of deferred income tax payments. But excluding that amount, revenues continue to lag estimates.

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All 4 Former Indiana Stars Play Thursday, to Mixed ResultsKyle Schwarber had another hit for the Cubs, but Caleb Baragar gave up a two-run homer for the Giants in our daily Indiana roundup around the major leagues.

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Indiana has 72,254 cases of COVID-19, 2,821 deathsThe Indiana State Department of Health announced there are 1,253 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 deaths.

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A vacant lot in Gary, Indiana, will soon be home to a climate-friendly communityThe $11 million Broadway Lofts project, scheduled to break ground September 1 for completion in 2021, is part of Indiana’s Moving Forward incentive that targets net-zero, transit-oriented affordable housing.

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Indiana Senate leader warns less funding for schools onlineINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's Senate president warned public schools in a letter that they could face budget cuts if they don't hold in-person classes this year, despite prior assurances from Gov.

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Indiana reports another high mark in COVID-19 casesThe Indiana State Department of Health on Friday also reported the testing of 12,884 more individuals, the second-highest total during the pandemic.

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Indiana on pace to deplete jobless benefits in SeptemberINDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.

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Editorial: Indiana school reopenings turn children into guinea pigsEditorial: Failures in leadership have turned Hoosier children, teachers into guinea pigs.

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Indiana coronavirus cases: 1,253 new cases, 10 additional deaths reportedHere's how many cases of the novel coronavirus and deaths from COVID-19 the Indiana State Department of Health reported on Friday, Aug.

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Hopper reunion will be held at Shields ParkA pitch-in lunch will be served at noon. Precautions are being taken due to COVID-19 so the reunion can continue this year.

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Koch reappointed to serve on public defender commissionState District 44 Sen. Eric Koch, R-Bedford, has been reappointed by Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray, R-Martinsville, to serve on the Indiana Public Defender Commission.

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Arts center adds bonus concertThe 2020 Friday Night Live concert series at Southern Indiana Center for the Arts officially ends tonight with singer-songwriter John Whitcomb.

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FRESH START: Mexican eatery opens in downtown space formerly occupied by cafeGREENFIELD — At a time when some restaurants are closing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Mexican eatery has opened downtown.

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138 SHS students attend parent-organized promIt wasn't the prom they were expecting, but more than 130 Seymour High School students had the chance to dress up and have fun together.

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Greenwood, Clark-Pleasant students return as statewide cases surgeStudents at Northeast Elementary School in Greenwood followed red-painted footprints on the ground, directing them towards the doors of their school — a school they had not entered since March, when COVID-19 restrictions shuttered classrooms throughout the state and country.

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Share your cancer storyNobody covers Columbus, Indiana and the surrounding areas like The Republic.

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Local FOP transforms lodge to draw in new membersGREENFIELD — At 4 p.m. they filter in, as the server behind the bar pops open a cold beer.

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Columbus resident to appear on Fox NewsColumbus resident Ethan Reynolds is slated to appear for an interview at 9:50 a.m. today via livestream linkup on the national news show "America's Newsroom" on the Fox News Channel, according to a producer's email from the show.

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Chalk Fest returning downtown on Sept. 1919GREENFIELD — The 10th annual Chalk Fest is returning downtown, where participants will be able to create works of chalk art on the sidewalks around Courthouse Plaza.

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Vallonia teen returns home after nearly 5 weeks in hospital from wreckIt's a miracle Brandon Stuckwish had the opportunity to maneuver around in a wheelchair Wednesday afternoon in the Seymour High School parking lot.

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Dancers Studio mask fundraiser SundayThe nonprofit Dancers Studio Inc. of Columbus is hosting a drive-thru face mask sale from 4 to 6 p.m.

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Indiana nursing homes, assisted living centers bear brunt of COVID-19More than two-thirds of Indiana's coronavirus deaths were residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities, according to new numbers released today by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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State: 1,051 additional Hoosiers diagnosed with COVID-19Staff ReportsINDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health said 1,051 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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Moratorium on evictions, utility shutoffs, to expireINDIANAPOLIS — A statewide moratorium on evictions and utility shutoffs for those who can't pay will soon expire as Indiana continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Traffic changes ahead on U.S. 50 in Seymour for pavement reconstructionMore traffic shifts, ramp closures and new temporary traffic signals are the next steps in the reconstruction of East U.S. 50.Milestone Contractors continues to work on the $15 million state-funded project to replace the 1.25-mile segment of highway pavement from Agrico Lane east to U.S. 31 in Seymour.

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Cost-share grant available for cover cropsThe Jackson County Soil and Water Conservation District recently received a $20,000 Clean Water Indiana grant to provide $20,000 in cost-share for planting cover crops, doing a forage and biomass planting and for soil grid sampling.

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Fifth COVID-19 death reported hereA fifth Jackson County resident has died of COVID-19, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.

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Two pedestrians injured in Jonathan Moore Pike accidentStaff ReportsTwo pedestrians were injured in an accident at Jonathan Moore Pike at Two Mile House Road at about 1:30 p.m.

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First and only EMS director retires after 30 years of serviceGrowing up during the turbulent late 1960s and early '70s, Crothersville native Dennis Brasher was like many youth across America.

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NETWORK NEMESIS: Southern Hancock strengthens internet security after attackNEW PALESTINE — Officials believe it was a "rogue actor," maybe even a student, who crashed the Southern Hancock internet system earlier this week, shutting down virtual school, in-school work and internet access across the district for two days.

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‘Wellness lifestyle community' under construction in BargersvilleBargersville's Aberdeen subdivision doesn't look that extraordinary right now, but over the next decade, the neighborhood will grow into a wellness-focused gated community of about 285 homes.

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Medora school board to meet Monday nightThe Medora Community School Corp. board of trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Monday in the library at the school, 82 S.

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Disinfecting schools: BCSC custodial staff prepare for new yearSchool custodians are among the new heroes on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Candidate to donate antibody-rich plasmaJeannine Lee Lake, the Democrat who is challenging incumbent Republican Rep. Greg Pence in the 6th Congressional District race, said she has tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies and will donate blood plasma next week to help doctors treat patients who are struggling to survive the virus.

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Coroner sees record case numbersThe Bartholomew County Coroner's Office is seeing a record number of cases during the first half of 2020, with fatal drug overdoses more than doubling, homicides quadrupling and increases in accidents and overall cases compared to same period last year.

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Pence, Lake comment on national virus relief strategyAfter more than a week's worth of meetings, Congress is still trying to break an impasse in bipartisan Washington talks on a huge COVID-19 response bill, with much of the discussion focusing on whether to extend a $600-per-week supplemental pandemic federal jobless benefit that lapsed last week.

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City council approves using TIF dollars for BCSC workforce development programsColumbus is again supporting the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp.'s workforce development programs with a $750,000 grant from tax increment funding.

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‘Farming' Indiana's Forests: A woodsman asks questionsThe Journal Review provides news coverage from Crawfordsville, Indiana, and the surrounding Montgomery County area.

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Indiana Man Charged With Hate Crime After Burning Cross Above Black Neighbour's Fence LineIf convicted, the accused could spend up to 10 years in prison with a fine of up to $250,000.

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District leaders take part in a virtual forum to discuss their back to school plansOfficials from Fort Wayne Community Schools and East Allen County Schools met with Fort Wayne United to have an open forum on Facebook live to talk about students going back to the classrooms in the middle of a pandemic.

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Calculated and Recalculated RisksPreviously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: among the many and varied complications arisen from the nonstop tension that is life during the interim normal, I went 5½ months between haircuts.

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Malaysia's ex-finance minister charged over tunnel projectKUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysia's former finance minister has been charged with corruption over a $1.5 billion undersea tunnel project.

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Jose Ramirez powers Indians past Reds 13-0CLEVELAND — José Ramírez homered from both sides of the plate and drove in four runs, and the Cleveland Indians routed the Cincinnati Reds 13-0.

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Economy tanking, Cuba launches some long-delayed reformsHAVANA — Cuba has launched the first in a series of long-promised reforms meant to bolster the country's struggling private sector and its economy as a whole.

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Indiana researchers champion early autism diagnosis, urge other states to follow suitIndiana University School of Medicine researchers are advocating for earlier autism diagnoses in children. The sooner pediatricians can confirm or rule out the condition the better, they say.

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Kansas House speaker had coronavirus; governor to get testedTOPEKA, Kan. — A top Republican legislator in Kansas was hospitalized last month after testing positive for the novel coronavirus and didn't disclose it to colleagues until this week.

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Kim visits North Korea flood zone, orders shelter, food aidSEOUL, South Korea — Leader Kim Jong Un visited parts of southern North Korea where days of torrential rains have flooded hundreds of houses and vast areas of agricultural land.

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Trump bans dealings with Chinese owners of TikTok, WeChatNEW YORK — President Donald Trump has ordered an unspecified ban on "transactions" with the Chinese owners of the consumer apps TikTok and WeChat.

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DeWine tests negative for virus after earlier positive testCOLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested negative for COVID-19 on Thursday after testing positive earlier in the day before he was to meet with President Donald Trump.

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Virus talks on brink of collapse, sides still 'far apart'WASHINGTON — Washington talks on vital COVID-19 rescue money are teetering on the brink of collapse after a marathon meeting in the Capitol Thursday night generated lots of recriminations but little progress on the top issues confronting negotiators.

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Federal contract bringing recovery hubs to Indiana, expanding resources for people in needA new partnership with the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and Mental Health of America will expand help to those who need it most during this time.

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Gameday preview: Lynx vs. IndianaThe Fever, led by new coach Marianne Stanley, is led by Kelsey Mitchell.

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Indiana Mehta on Hollywood debut Work It: ‘I did bhangra, garba to a Chris Brown song during audition and was selected'Indiana Mehta, seen alongside Sabrina Carpenter and Liza Koshy in dance comedy film Work It on Netflix, showed her Bollywood moves while grooving to a Chris Brown song during the audition.

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Indiana reports new daily record of positive COVID-19 testsIndiana's health department reported a record number of new coronavirus cases Thursday at 1,051. The highest daily total previously was 1,011 new cases on July 24.

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Rajapaksa brothers win by landslide in Sri Lanka's electionPrime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa is most likely to be sworn in the same position by his younger brother, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

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Cambodian butcher quits dog meat trade, shuts slaughterhouseCHI MEAKH, Cambodia — Animal rights activists in Cambodia have gained a small victory in their effort to end the trade in dog meat, convincing a canine slaughterhouse in one village to abandon the business.

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Indiana man accused of burning cross near Black neighbor's home charged with hate crimeAn Indiana man accused of trying to intimidate his Black neighbor, including an instance in which he burned a cross near the neighbor's house, was charged in federal court Thursday with a hate crime.

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Thistlethwaite FallsIt's because of places like Thistlethwaite Falls that keep me advocating that families keep bathing suits and/or towels ready in their car - even if the day is jam packed or the road trip is over or you have no plans to be in or near water. You never know when you'll come upon a stream, a pool, a must-do water slide, a splash park&.or a...

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Indiana Pacers tumble hard to Phoenix Suns in 1st restart lossT.J. Warren cools off in Indiana Pacers' 1st 'bubble loss' to Phoenix Suns.

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First day of school for Indiana Connections Academy studentsSchool is back in session for 6,000 kindergarten through 12th grade students in the Hoosier state.

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Ten Indiana high school students placed in quarantine due to COVID-19FOUNTAIN CITY — At least 10 students at a high school east of Indianapolis have been placed in a 14-day quarantine, after a staff member at the school tested positive for COVID-19.

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NewsroomDr. Tiffany Reed has been selected as Director of the Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center at Indiana State University.

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Visit Indiana's The 20 IN 20From food to covered bridges, there are so many things that make Indiana unique. Visit Indiana's next #The20IN20 list features the must-see, must-do treasures of the Hoosier State." As Indiana continues to get Back on Track, these 20 attractions are all great reasons for Hoosiers to plan an adventure and be ready to hit the road once they are...

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Game Rewind: Pacers 99, Suns 114Game Recap The Pacers were one of the hottest teams in the NBA bubble in Orlando.

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Indiana state superintendent says schools can safely reopenThe Indiana Department of Education is also leaving it up to health officials to set thresholds for coronavirus positivity rates that would require a school to close, McCormick said.

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State superintendent shares update on Indiana schoolsThings are changing on a day-to-day basis for school districts across central Indiana. Just as soon as their doors open, schools are having to trigger their coronavirus response plans.

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COVID-19: Will fans be able to attend Indiana high school sports?There will not be full bleachers to start the season for Friday night high school football this fall, assuming there is high school football.

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Indiana eviction, utility shutoff moratoriums end next weekStatewide, an estimated 44% of rental households are unable to pay rent and are at risk of eviction.

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