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Prosecutors: Arrests made in Indiana synagogue vandalism

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Federal prosecutors say they’ve made arrests in connection to anti-Semitic graffiti that was spray-painted at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue last month. U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler is scheduled to discuss the arrests Thursday during a news conference in Indianapolis. Nazi flags and iron crosses were spray-painted on two walls of a brick shed […]
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Coroner IDs woman found dead at abandoned central IN home

ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say a woman whose body was found in an abandoned rural central Indiana house had been fatally shot. Madison County Coroner Marian Dunnichay said Wednesday that 39-year-old Trinity Parker of Anderson died from two gunshots in the back of her head with a .22 caliber firearm, just like 36-year-old David […]
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Settlement reached in state police handcuffing of black teen

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana State Police and a black Indiana man who was handcuffed and detained in New Orleans’ French Quarter when he was a teenager in 2015 have settled a federal lawsuit. Lyle Dotson’s suit claimed he was illegally assaulted and detained by troopers while visiting New Orleans as a 17-year-old high school […]
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Authorities investigate allegations of frozen kittens at Indiana animal shelter

Authorities are investigating allegations of animal abuse in the form of freezing kittens that were still alive as a way to euthanize them.            [Author: Courier & Press]
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Missouri Crash Survivor Calls for Ban on Duck Boats

Tia Coleman's husband and three children died in the tragedy
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Tia Coleman wants 'death trap' duck boats banned

The Indiana woman who lost nine members in a duck boat sinking last month in Missouri wants the amphibious vehicles banned.
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Behavior Regulation: Intimidation in the Workplace

My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Indiana. I don't even know where to begin. There was an incident over a week ago at work where my coworker, the other shift lead came to work on my shift screaming at people, getting in ones face, poking his finger in his face. I tried to lodge a complaint with our supervisor, the plant manager. At first he avoided me, then he advised he is working on it. Meanwhile the other employee still harassing us. He snuck up behind me one nig...
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Intimidation in Workplace

My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Indiana. I don't even know where to begin. There was an incident over a week ago at work where my coworker, the other shift lead came to work on my shift screaming at people, getting in ones face, poking his finger in his face. I tried to lodge a complaint with our supervisor, the plant manager. At first he avoided me, then he advised he is working on it. Meanwhile the other employee still harassing us. He snuck up behind me one ni...
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Survivor of duck boat sinking urges ban on such crafts

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana woman whose husband and three children died when a duck bank sank last month in Missouri says she hopes to save lives by backing an effort to ban the amphibious tourist boats. Tia Coleman spoke through tears during a Tuesday news conference at her Indianapolis home, saying that the house […]
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Meet the Indiana dad who hunts Russian trolls

When it comes to hobbies, Josh Russell concedes he gets a little obsessive. No matter his interest, be it videogames or miniature figurine board games, he always wants to be the best. Perhaps that explains the dedication he's shown to his latest pastime: Hunting Russian trolls.
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Indiana animal shelter accused of freezing kittens to death

ROCKPORT, Ind. (AP) — Authorities in southern Indiana are investigating allegations that an animal shelter has been freezing kittens to death as an alternative to accepted forms of euthanasia. Bridget Woodson tells the Courier & Press that she quit working at the Spencer County Animal Shelter and spoke to authorities after the animal control officer […]
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Indiana police say bomb threat halted Rascal Flatts concert

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say a bomb threat is what prompted country group Rascal Flatts to abruptly end a concert in Indiana last week. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department says the bomb threat made Thursday night for Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in suburban Indianapolis was deemed a credible danger. The department said in […]
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Guidance Counselor Fears Losing Job After School Learns She’s Married To Wife

Indiana's Roncalli High School has placed Shelly Fitzgerald on paid leave after she reportedly refused to resign.
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Guidance Counselor Fears She'll Be Fired After School Learns She's Married To Her Wife

Students at a Roman Catholic high school in Indiana have come to the defense
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State to hold air quality permit hearing for POET’s planned Indiana biorefinery

In Indiana, although POET has already started earthmoving at its proposed biorefinery in Shelbyville, the state’s Department of Environmental Management has convened a public meeting on Tuesday to discuss primarily issues related to air quality in relation to the application for a Part 70 Operating Permit. Local press reports that some public comments received regarding the application provoked the department to call the meeting. The agency made clear however it would only deal with issues relat...
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Meet the Indiana dad who hunts Russian trolls

When it comes to hobbies, Josh Russell concedes he gets a little obsessive. No matter his interest, be it videogames or miniature figurine board games, he always wants to be the best. Perhaps that explains the dedication he's shown to his latest pastime: Hunting Russian trolls.
Tags: Indiana, Cnn, Josh Russell


Primer: Voter Fraud Alarmist Kris Kobach Accused Of Mismanaging Vote Count In His Own Race

Irony is certainly not dead in the state of Kansas, where the GOP gubernatorial primary is wrought with accusations that one of the candidates — Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, perhaps the most notorious purveyor of voter fraud alarmism — is mismanaging the vote count of his own race. Kobach announced Thursday that he was recusing himself from overseeing the vote tallying in his race against the current governor Gov. Jeff Colyer. The race is too close to call and may go to recount. After ...
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Man accused of killing, eating ex-girlfriend's organs found competent for trial in Indiana

Joseph Oberhansley, accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and later eating parts of her in Indiana, was deemed competent by a state psychiatrist            [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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Pilot who died in plane crash in Sylmar ID’d as longtime Disney Imagineering executive

The pilot who died when his small aircraft crashed into a field in Sylmar on Sunday was identified as a 55-year-old Marina Del Rey resident and longtime Disney employee who helped create rides for its theme parks. Scott Watson was the only person on board the A320 single-engine aircraft when it plunged into the field just before 2 p.m. The Los Angeles County coroner’s office identified Watson on Monday. Several passersby who attempted to free him from the wreckage said he was still conscious aft...
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Man accused of murdering and eating his ex-girlfriend ruled mentally fit to stand trial

A man accused of killing his former girlfriend and eating parts of her body has been deemed mentally fit to stand trial by a state psychiatrist. Joseph Oberhansley has been in prison in September 2014, when his ex-girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton was found dead in her home in Jeffersonville, in the US state of Indiana. Mr Oberhansley is accused of breaking into Ms Blanton’s house, raping her, stabbing her to death, then sawing her head and body open to eat her brain, heart and lungs.
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The Dodo in the coal mine

This is a story of a boy and his dog, inseparable friends, the kind of human-animal bond the internet can't resist, and it will likely be The Dodo's next hit show.Joanna Zelman, Executive Editor at The Dodo, is reviewing the footage, which she filmed recently on assignment in Indiana for a digital video series called "Kid's Best Friend."In one scene, Carter (the kid) and Toby (the dog) are drinking out of the same outdoor toy sprinkler. They lean into what looks like a Fisher-Price plastic fount...
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'I don't think I look like a stoner': the women changing the face of the cannabis industry

US cannabis laws are slackening, and a number of enterprising women are tapping into female interest in the drug through magazines, cooking, health and fashionAs weed’s legal status loosens across the US, the way cannabis is being marketed, sold and celebrated is evolving. An industry that has been dominated by men is finding a female voice in consumers and new business owners. Search #womenofweed on Instagram and you’ll find a female chef drizzling cannabis oil on to a soup, and a woman relaxin...
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At Carrier, the Factory Trump Saved, Morale Is Through the Floor

Twenty months after the president-elect reached a deal to keep blue-collar jobs from leaving the country, absenteeism plagues the Indiana plant.
Tags: News, Indiana, Trump, Carrier Corp, United Technologies Corporation, Layoffs and Job Reductions, Wages and Salaries, Donald J, Factories and Manufacturing, Labor and Jobs, Indianapolis (Ind, Carrier the Factory Trump


Clippers open season Oct. 17 at home against the Denver Nuggets

With their work cut out for them in a loaded Western Conference, the Clippers open their season on Oct. 17, when they host the Denver Nuggets, according to the regular-season schedule the NBA released Friday. The Clippers won’t meet LeBron James and the Lakers until after Christmas. The first all-L.A. matchup, on Dec. 28, will be hosted by the Lakers, whom the Clippers have defeated in 21 of their previous 24 matchups. The teams’ next three games are Jan. 31, March 4 and April 5. Clippers fans o...
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Cheese Lady At Indiana State Fair To Debut Her Latest Sculpture

The nation's preeminent cheese sculptor on Friday unveils her latest masterpiece at the Indiana State Fair. The 960 pound diorama depicts major moments in dairy history.
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APNewsBreak: Indiana candidate’s brand markets Chinese parts

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The off-road accessory was shipped in a box emblazoned with the logo of an auto parts brand owned by Mike Braun, a multimillionaire businessman who often rails against foreign outsourcing in his bid to become Indiana’s next senator. The words “Made in China” were stamped across the packaging. Braun frequently criticizes his […]
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Indiana office evacuated after police exposed to substance

ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana police department is back in operation after being evacuated when three officers became lightheaded after being exposed to a substance. The Anderson Police Department was cleared for about three hours Wednesday night amid fears the officers were exposed to fentanyl, an extremely dangerous opioid. Deputy Fire Chief Todd […]
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Police arrest teen carrying 10 knives at Indiana school

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Police say a teenager who was wandering a central Indiana high school with 10 knives strapped to his body has been arrested. Thomas Lon Owens III was apprehended at Central High School in Muncie Wednesday, shortly after students were dismissed for the day. He is preliminarily charged with trespassing and possession […]
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Police: Teen arrested at Indiana high school had 10 knives strapped to his body

Police say a Muncie teen was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon after he was found at Central High School with “ten knives strapped to his body.”            [Author: Muncie Star Press]
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Indiana Man Charged After 8-Year-Old Son Dies from Inadvertently Eating Meth

Police say Curtis Collman pulled a gun on a friend instead of contacting help for the boy.
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