$5,000 reward offered in Indianapolis-area gun shop burglary

A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information about a burglary of a suburban Indianapolis gun store
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13-year-old girl accidentally shot in cheek inside home

Police say a 13-year-old girl was accidentally shot in the cheek by a boy who discharged a semi-automatic handgun inside a home
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2 Indiana agencies name new chief medical officers

Indiana's health and social services agencies have named two doctors to be their new chief medical officers
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2 more men charged with murder in Indiana deputy's death

Two more men have been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of a central Indiana sheriff's deputy
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2006 slayings of Indiana woman, stepson remain unsolved

Relatives of a 10-year-old central Indiana boy who was slain along with his stepmother in 2006 are still looking for justice 12 years after the double-murder
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3 Indiana US Senate candidates agree to 2 televised debates

Indiana's three U.S. Senate candidates have agreed to take part in two televised debates this fall
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3 kids, 2 parents and 1 wheelchair in an RV

Brian and Diane Peachey had always dreamed about seeing as much of the country as possible
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3,200 free metal detectors going to Indiana schools

More than 3,200 hand-held metal detectors have been requested by schools across Indiana through a state program aimed at improving student safety
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3rd woman publicly alleges Indiana attorney general groping

A Republican staffer has publicly accused Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of groping her at a party
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3rd woman publicly details Indiana attorney general groping

A Republican staffer has publicly accused Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of groping her at a party
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7 hurt, 13 arrested after melee at Indianapolis high school

Authorities say seven people have been hurt and 13 have been arrested after a large fight at an Indianapolis high school
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A look at the 17 people killed in the Missouri boat accident

The 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank in a Missouri lake included an Indiana family, a Missouri couple celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary and an Illinois grandmother who family members say saved her granddaughters life
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Authorities: 1 student, 2 drivers hurt in school bus crash

Authorities say a pickup truck rear-ended an Indianapolis-area school bus, injuring one student and the drivers of both vehicles
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Bell chimes 17 times at memorial for Branson boat victims

A bell at a Branson, Missouri, chapel has chimed 17 times in remembrance of the victims killed in a boat accident nearby
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Billboards send message of love after synagogue vandalism

Twelve digital billboards from South Bend to Mooresville are sending a message of support to a suburban Indianapolis synagogue that was the target of anti-Semitic graffiti
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Board approves guidance for Indiana graduation guidelines

The Indiana State Board of Education has approved policy guidance for new graduation guidelines for the state's high schools
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Board puts Indiana veterinarian's license on probation

A state veterinary board has put a northern Indiana veterinarian's license on probation for two years due to violations related to medications and surgical tools
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Branson mourns for 17 killed in sinking of packed duck boat

Branson mourns for 17 killed when packed duck boat capsizes and sinks in storm
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Catholic school can get state money, fire for LGBTQ marriage

A legal expert says a Catholic high school in Indiana can legally suspend a counselor for her same-sex marriage, despite receiving $6.5 million in public money over the last five years
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Central Indiana synagogue vandalized with Nazi graffiti

Police are searching for whoever spray-painted anti-Semitic graffiti at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue
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Charges dropped against brother of man killed by police

Prosecutors have dropped criminal charges against the brother of a man fatally shot by Chicago police during a confrontation with an off-duty firefighter
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Child dies after accident at farm in northeastern Indiana

Authorities say a child has died following an accident at a farm in northeastern Indiana
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Church mirror replaces caged Holy Family immigration protest

An Indianapolis church that displayed statues of Mary, Joseph and Jesus in a cage to protest the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy has replaced them with a mirror so visitors can imagine themselves in a cage
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Cities grappling with how to deal with electric scooters

Cities across the U.S. are grappling with how to deal with dockless electric scooters that have begun appearing along sidewalks overnight without any regulations
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City: INDOT will miss Aug. 31 target for I-69 Section 5

The city of Bloomington says the state will miss its Aug. 31 target for substantially completing Section 5 of the Interstate 69 extension to Evansville
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Classes begin at Indiana school 2 months after shooting

Students have started a new school year at a suburban Indianapolis middle school two months after a shooting there wounded a student and a teacher
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Columbus' 3-year-old bike-share faces falling ridership

A southern Indiana city's bike-share program has cut its expenses and is weighing other changes in hopes of reversing its falling ridership
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Confederate tower still in place 1 year after removal calls

A Confederate monument remains in place at an Indianapolis park a year after some city officials called for its removal
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Conner Prairie eyes boosting White River in museum's future

Conner Prairie officials planning key role for White River in central Indiana museum's future
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Coroner identifies 3 man fatally shot in Indianapolis

Authorities have identified three men who were shot to death on the city's northwest side
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Court affirms order blocking Indiana ultrasound abortion law

A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling that blocked an Indiana mandate forcing women to undergo an ultrasound at least 18 hours before having an abortion
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Court: Indianapolis isn't obligated to pay cop's legal fees

A federal appeals court has ruled the city of Indianapolis doesn't have to pay the legal fees of a police officer who successfully defended a lawsuit accusing him of negligence
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Dad cleaning gun fatally shoots 6-year-old girl in the head

Indiana police say a 6-year-old girl was shot in the head and killed when the handgun her father was cleaning accidentally fired in southern Indiana
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Dave Swearingen, former AP chief of bureau, dies at 73

David Swearingen, former Associated Press bureau chief in Indianapolis and in Concord, New Hampshire, has died at age 73
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Death of girl with severe injuries investigated as homicide

Authorities say the death of a 23-month-old girl who was taken to a hospital with severe physical injuries is being investigated as a homicide
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District wants more funds for security after school shooting

A suburban Indianapolis school district where a 13-year-old girl and a teacher were shot is asking voters to approve more money to improve security
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Evansville Courier & Press editor Spohr dies at 37

Evansville Courier & Press executive editor George Spohr has died at age 37
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Ex-ITT execs agree to settlements with SEC

The former CEO of the parent company of for-profit ITT Technical Institute has agreed to settle a lawsuit accusing the company's management of hiding from investors the rapidly eroding financial condition of the now-defunct firm
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Ex-ITT executives agree to settlements with SEC

The former CEO of the parent company of for-profit ITT Technical Institute has agreed to settle a lawsuit accusing the company's management of hiding from investors the rapidly eroding financial condition of the now-defunct firm
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Family who lost 9 in duck boat tragedy files 2nd lawsuit

A second lawsuit has been filed by members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank this month in Missouri
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FBI discovers human remains in Indianapolis field

The FBI says it has found human remains in a field on the far east side of Indianapolis
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Feds: Ex-central Indiana fire chief had sex with girl, 17

A former central Indiana fire chief is facing a federal charge alleging he had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl under his supervision
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Fishers medics turning to laughing gas as painkiller

Paramedics in an Indianapolis suburb will begin providing laughing gas instead of powerful opioid painkillers to patients
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Food services company sues closed Indiana college

A private northwestern Indiana college that closed last year is being sued by a food service company which alleges that administrators concealed the school's dire financial situation
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Funeral held for last 5 of 9 relatives killed in sinking

Hundreds of people have attended the funeral for five of the nine members of an Indianapolis family who were killed when a tourist boat sank on a Missouri lake during a storm
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Funeral set for 4 of 9 Indiana relatives killed in sinking

An Indiana family that lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank on a Missouri lake is preparing to say goodbye to four of those loved ones
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Funerals set for 5 of 9 relatives killed in boat sinking

Funeral services have been set for five members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives in last week's sinking of a tourist boat on a Missouri lake
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Funerals set for last 5 of 9 relatives killed in sinking

An Indiana family that lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank on a Missouri lake is preparing to say goodbye to the last five of those loved ones
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Girl avoids injury after car crashes into Indianapolis home

The Indianapolis Fire Department says a 15-year-girl avoided injury after a motor vehicle crashed into her home and pinned her between a wall and a kitchen table.
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Governor wants hate crimes bill after synagogue vandalism

Republican Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is calling on the General Assembly to pass a hate crimes bill after someone spray-painted anti-Semitic graffiti at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue
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Groundbreaking held for Indianapolis criminal justice center

A groundbreaking has taken place for a new criminal justice center in Indianapolis that will include a jail and assessment center to treat people with mental illness and drug addictions
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Group home owner, workers charged in alleged resident attack

The owner of an Indianapolis group home for people with physical and mental disabilities and three of her employees face felony charges for their alleged roles in a resident's beating
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Guatemalan pleads guilty in crash that killed Colts player

A Guatemalan man living illegally in the U.S. has pleaded guilty to driving drunk when he killed Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson and his Uber driver
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Gun safety advocates set their sights on elected office

Gun safety advocates are gathering in Atlanta to discuss strategies to end gun violence
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Headstones toppled at historic central Indiana cemetery

Police say vandals have damaged 22 headstones at a historic central Indiana cemetery
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Hero grandma, couple on 45th anniversary among boat victims

The 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank in a Missouri lake included an Indiana family, a Missouri couple celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary and an Illinois grandmother who family members say saved her granddaughters life
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Holcomb appoints Lake County judge to state appellate court

Gov. Eric Holcomb has appointed a northwest Indiana judge to the state's court of appeals
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Holcomb calls for hate crimes bill after synagogue vandalism

Republican Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is calling on the General Assembly to pass a hate crimes bill after someone spray-painted anti-Semitic graffiti at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue
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Holcomb dedicates new basketball court at official residence

Indiana's official governor's residence has a new basketball court that will play host to youth league games and community events
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Holcomb group recommends active shooter drills, more funding

A working group has recommended to Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb that the state improve student safety by boosting funding for security improvements and school resource officers
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Holcomb receives school safety ideas from task force

Gov. Eric Holcomb has received policy recommendations from a group tasked with helping him propose legislation for the 2019 General Assembly, but he isn't releasing them yet
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Holcomb wants to boost funding for school safety

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb wants to improve student safety by boosting funding for security improvements and school resource officers
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Hundreds attend funeral for father, 3 kids killed on boat

A father and three children who were among nine members of a close-knit Indiana family killed in a tourist boast accident were remembered during a nearly three-hour funeral service
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Hundreds of dead fish found at Indianapolis retention pond

Officials are looking into the deaths of hundreds of fish found at an Indianapolis retention pond
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Indiana agency debuts new wine trail for wine-lovers

Indiana has a new wine trail that wine lovers can explore while visiting some of the state's wineries
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Indiana agriculture department awards $300K to 11 food banks

Eleven Indiana food banks are sharing in $300,000 in state funding that will help them stock their shelves with food
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Indiana attorney general contests special prosecutor role

Lawyers for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill have filed court papers challenging the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate whether he drunkenly groped a lawmaker and three legislative staffers
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Indiana attorney general may have violated law in ad

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. may have violated a state ethics law prohibiting officeholders from using their names in audio, video or newspaper ads paid for with state funds
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Indiana attorney general says groping allegations are false

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has rejected calls to resign, calling sexual misconduct claims 'vicious and false'
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Indiana attorney general to address calls for him to resign

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill plans to address calls for him to resign amid allegations that he inappropriately touched a state lawmaker and several other women
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Indiana attorney general welcomes special prosecutor

Attorneys for Republican Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill say he "welcomes" the appointment of a special prosecutor to help investigate allegations that he drunkenly groped a lawmaker and three legislative staffers
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Indiana BMV directed to repay final $3.3M in fee overcharges

Indiana drivers who were overcharged by the state Bureau of Motor Vehicles could soon find it easier to claim the last $3.3 million of a much larger class-action settlement
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Indiana collected less corporate taxes in fiscal year 2018

State officials say Indiana closed out the fiscal year that ended in June with about $1.8 billion in its reserves even though the state again collected less corporate income taxes than the previous fiscal year
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Indiana coroner reviewing doctor previously fired in Chicago

An out-of-state consultant will review the work of a part-time forensic pathologist in Indianapolis, who was terminated in Chicago after his work was called into question last year
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Indiana environmentalists push back on EPA's coal ash rules

Indiana environmentalists are criticizing the easing of toxic coal ash regulations by President Donald Trump's administration
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Indiana family files 2nd lawsuit in Missouri boat sinking

A second lawsuit has been filed by members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank this month in Missouri
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Indiana family to discuss boat sinking that killed relatives

Members of an Indiana family who lost nine loved ones when a tourist boat sank this month in Missouri plan to speak at a news conference about their lives after "our family tree has been broken."
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Indiana family, Missouri couple among duck boat victims

More than half of the 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank on a Branson lake were members of the same Indiana family, and they likely wouldn't have been on the ill-fated trip but for a ticket mix-up
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Indiana gets $54M for housing, development, aid to people

Two Indiana agencies say they've received more than $54 million for housing, community and economic development and aid to low and moderate-income persons and special needs populations
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Indiana judge to hear appeal for proposed abortion clinic

A federal judge will hold a two-day hearing this week on a Texas-based group's appeal of Indiana officials' rejection of its application to open an abortion clinic in South Bend
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Indiana law allows for 12 certified midwives

A new Indiana law allows for a dozen state-certified direct entry midwives who can assist in home births
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Indiana law certifies 12 midwives for home births

A new Indiana law allows for a dozen state-certified direct entry midwives who can assist in home births
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Indiana lawmaker denied racism exists in 2015 messages

An Indiana lawmaker is facing a backlash after a 2015 Facebook discussion came to light in which he said "racism is not real" and lamented the plight of the white male
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Indiana lawmakers consider expanding industrial hemp market

Indiana lawmakers are considering allowing farmers to grow industrial hemp
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Indiana makes record $306M in lottery proceeds

The private company running most of Indiana's lottery operations has generated a record profit this past year, but still falls short of its initial goal
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Indiana man arrested in synagogue anti-Semitic vandalism

Federal prosecutors say they've made arrests in connection to anti-Semitic graffiti that was spray-painted at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue last month
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Indiana opioid summit attendees hear chilling 911 call

Hundreds of criminal justice professionals who attended a summit on Indiana's growing opioid crisis heard a chilling 911 recording that captured the anguish resulting from the epidemic
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Indiana panel gives OK to 2 new state nature preserves

Indiana has two new state nature preserves, including a forested southern Indiana refuge that's home to several rare birds
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Indiana program to provide schools with free metal detectors

A new state program will equip Indiana schools with free handheld metal detectors next month, when most of the state's school districts start the new academic year
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Indiana Rep. Banks will lead panel watching VA upgrades

Indiana congressman Jim Banks will lead a new group that will act as a watchdog for the nearly $16 billion upgrade of medical records at the Department of Veterans Affairs
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Indiana reports 1st human West Nile virus case of 2018

Health officials are urging residents to take steps to protect themselves from mosquito bites after Indiana's first human case of West Nile virus in 2018 was detected
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Indiana residents could soon see online sales tax

Indiana residents purchasing products online from out-of-state sellers will soon be charged the state's 7 percent sales tax
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Indiana sees increase in abortions for first time since 2009

A state report shows that the number of abortions performed in Indiana increased last year for the first time since 2009
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Indiana senator denied racism exists in 2015 messages

An Indiana state senator is facing backlash after the resurfacing of a 2015 Facebook discussion in which he said "racism is not real" and lamented the plight of the white male
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Indiana sheriff: Man apparently killed woman, child, self

A sheriff says three people including a child are dead in what appears to be a double killing and suicide at a home in central Indiana
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Indiana spent $1.3M on child welfare studies, didn't act

Five reviews of the Indiana Department of Child Services cost more than $1.3 million and yielded no state action to address the troubled agency's increasing caseloads of abused and neglected children
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Indiana State Fair beginning annual 17-day extravaganza

The Indiana State Fair is set to begin with its annual extravaganza of food, farm animals, amusement rides and entertainers
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Indiana State Fair begins annual 17-day extravaganza

The launch of several hot air balloons helped kick off the opening day of the Indiana State Fair's annual extravaganza of food, farm animals, amusement rides and entertainers
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Indiana Subaru plant hasn't taken out the trash in 14 years

Indiana Subaru plant hasn't had landfill waste for 14 years, leading to more than $13M in savings
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Indiana teen hurt in fall in France gets medical evacuation

An Indiana teenager who was partially paralyzed in a fall while visiting the French Alps is being medically evacuated home after a fundraiser collected enough money for the special flight
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Indiana's July jobless rate edges higher to 3.4 percent

Indiana's unemployment rate edged higher in July from June
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Indiana's private lottery operator generates record profit

The private company running most of Indiana's lottery operations generated a record profit this past year, but still fell short of its original contract's goal
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Indianapolis approves rules for dockless electric scooters

The Indianapolis City-County Council has approved permitting rules and other regulations for dockless electric scooters that have appeared in the city
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Indianapolis councilman resigns, pleads guilty to charges

An Indianapolis City-County councilman has resigned and pleaded guilty to four counts of battery on a child
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Indianapolis man struck in Michigan construction zone dies

Authorities say a road worker has died from injuries he suffered when a vehicle struck him in an eastern Michigan construction zone
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Indianapolis police office adopts dog he found shot

Indianapolis police office adopts dog he found shot and covered in bleach
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Indianapolis resident John Cynn becomes 2018 World Series of Poker champion, wins $8.8 million

Indianapolis resident John Cynn becomes 2018 World Series of Poker champion, wins $8.8 million
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Indianapolis schools again slim down funding request

Indiana's largest school district is again slimming down its request for additional tax dollars from voters
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Indianapolis schools agree to seek $220M in referendum

Indiana's largest school district now plans to seek $220 million in additional tax dollars from voters to help pay for operating expenses
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John Cynn claims World Series of Poker title, wins $8.8M

Indianapolis resident John Cynn claims World Series of Poker title, wins $8.8M
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Judge drops suit of church that wants pot to be a sacrament

Judge dismisses lawsuit filed by pot-smoking Indianapolis church that wants marijuana recognized as a sacrament
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Judge orders Indiana county to open more early-voting sites

A federal judge hearing a case about alleged voter suppression has ordered county officials in central Indiana to open several locations for voters to cast early ballots for November's general election
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Landlord ordered to pay damages for housing discrimination

An Indianapolis landlord has been ordered to pay $220,000 in damages for violating federal housing law after an ill and bed-ridden tenant was told to move from an apartment in a building she owns
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Lawmaker wants to allow school-safety funding referendums

A state lawmaker wants to allow Indiana schools to seek referendums that would boost their funding for school safety initiatives
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Lawsuit alleges USA Diving ignored sex abuse of divers

Two former divers are suing USA Diving, accusing the national governing body of ignoring or obstructing inquiries into allegations that a coach sexually abused them when they were young athletes
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Lawsuit to make pot a religious sacrament dropped by judge

A pot-smoking Indianapolis church that wants marijuana to be recognized as a religion sacrament got its case dismissed by a judge
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Lawyer attacks allegations against Indiana attorney general

A lawyer for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill says calls for his resignation over allegations that he drunkenly groped four women are "pure hysteria" based on a flawed initial investigation
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Lucas Oil tycoon continues parties amid neighbor complaints

Neighbors who live near an oil tycoon's sprawling suburban Indianapolis estate say he continues hosting extravagant events despite officials telling him the parties must end
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Marker honoring late archaeologist dedicated at Angel Mounds

A new state marker in southwestern Indiana honors an archaeologist who championed efforts to preserve a series of ancient Native American earthen mounds
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Memorial service planned Missouri boating accident victims

A memorial service is scheduled for the people killed when a tourist boat sank in a Missouri lake
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Milwaukee-based corporate housing startup to expand

A Milwaukee-based startup that assists business travelers by setting them up in apartments is looking to expand to seven more cities by the end of the year
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More metal detectors at Indiana State Fair this year

Visitors to the Indiana State Fair that begins Friday will encounter metal detectors at every pedestrian entrance
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Muncie's former building commissioner admits corruption

Muncie's former building commissioner has agreed to plead guilty to federal corruption charges
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Nearly 1,000 local leaders to attend Indiana opioid summit

A spokeswoman for the Indiana Supreme Court says nearly 1,000 local leaders from all 92 Indiana counties have registered to attend a Statewide Opioid Summit next week
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New consumer advocate credited with standing up to utilities

Indiana's state consumer counselor credited with taking stands against utility rate increases
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New state police facilities planned in Fort Wayne, Lowell

Officials are moving ahead with plans to build two new Indiana State Police facilities in the northern part of the state
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Newspaper: Ex-Transpo CEO had $61K in travel costs in 2017

A newspaper analysis has found that the former CEO of a taxpayer-funded northern Indiana bus system spent more than $61,000 on airfare, hotels, food and other costs last year before he was fired for mistreating staff
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Newspaper: Westfield pays $1M for Colts hotel rental

Records show that officials in a central Indiana city that's now home to the Indianapolis Colts' summer training camp agreed to pay about $1.1 million over three years toward the NFL team's hotel rental
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Newspapers endure more cuts, hope for brighter future online

U.S. newspapers endure more cuts and hope for a brighter future with online newsgathering
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Nonprofit to raise funds for embattled Indiana AG's defense

Supporters of embattled Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill create nonprofit to raise money for his legal bill amid allegations he drunkenly groped a lawmaker and three legislative staffers
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NTSB: Recordings show change in weather before boat sank

Video and audio recordings recovered from a fatal tourist boat accident in Missouri show that the lake went from calm to deadly dangerous in a matter of minutes
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Ongoing audit delays loans for cash-strapped Muncie schools

An ongoing audit of Muncie Community Schools has delayed a $12 million state loan the financially struggling central Indiana school district needs to continue its recovery
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Pain patients say they're victims of opioid crackdown

Northwest Indiana pain patients say they're unintentional victims of the opioid epidemic ago
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Pence family gas stations left costly environmental legacy

Pence family's gas station empire left behind costly environmental legacy in 3 states
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Pence family's failed gas stations cost taxpayers $20M+

Pence family's chain of failed gas stations cost taxpayers more than $20M
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Pilot taken to hospital after central Indiana copter crash

Authorities say a pilot was taken to a hospital after a helicopter crashed near a small airport in central Indiana
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Police escort slain officer's son to first day of school

Dozens of police officers have escorted the son of a slain central Indiana police officer to his first day of first grade
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Police find 21 guns, ammunition and 6 children inside home

Authorities have seized nearly two dozen firearms and more than $19,000 in cash from an Indianapolis home where six children were present
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Police: 3 fatally shot in Indianapolis; witnesses sought

Police say three men have been fatally shot in Indianapolis
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President Trump nominates Indiana attorney for federal judge

President Donald Trump has nominated an attorney at a prominent Indiana law firm to become a federal judge
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Prosecutor rips effort to scuttle Indiana AG investigation

A prosecutor says Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's attempt to scuttle an investigation into groping allegations made against him contains "dubious" reasoning
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Prosecutors: Arrests made in Indiana synagogue vandalism

Federal prosecutors say they've made arrests in connection with vandalism that left anti-Semitic graffiti spray-painted at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue
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Purdue student leading US women's wheelchair basketball team

Purdue University doctoral students helping lead US women's wheelchair basketball team
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Purdue to launch autonomous vehicle innovation center

Purdue University is leading a new innovation hub that'll focus on autonomous vehicles and issues surrounding the growing technology
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Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

Excerpts of editorials published recently in Indiana newspapers
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Report shows improving Indiana college completion rate

A new state report shows that about 45 percent of students at Indiana's public universities are completing bachelor's degrees within a four-year period
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Report: Helicopter fueled up before crash in Indiana field

A preliminary report on a mid-July helicopter crash near a small airport in central Indiana says the copter landed, fueled up and took off again before going down
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Republican staffer says Indiana attorney general groped her

A Republican staffer has publicly accused Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of groping her at a party
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Returned Korean War dog tag belonged to Army medic

The lone military identification tag that North Korea provided with 55 boxes of human remains last month belonged to Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Indiana
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Same-sex marriage could cost Catholic school counselor job

A guidance counselor at an Indianapolis Catholic school could lose her job after administrators learned that she was married to a woman
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Sheriff: Central Indiana man shot wife, daughter, himself

Authorities say an east central Indiana man fatally shot his wife and daughter before turning his gun on himself
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Sons feel mixed emotions after NKorea returns dad's dog tag

Sons who barely knew father missing in Korean War feel mixed emotions after North Korea returns his dog tag
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Southern Indiana man accidentally shoots, kills daughter

State Police say a southern Indiana man accidentally shot and killed his 6-year-old daughter while cleaning a handgun
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Southern Indiana park's fire tower is getting a facelift

A fire tower that's been a popular attraction for decades at Indiana's oldest state park is getting a facelift
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Special prosecutor named to aid in Indiana AG investigation

A special prosecutor has been named to help investigate allegations that Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill drunkenly groped a lawmaker and three legislative staffers
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State encourages parents to make sure immunizations current

The Indiana State Department of Health is reminding parents that making sure immunizations are up to date is an essential part of getting ready to go back to school
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Storm-damaged historic Indiana fieldhouse set for repairs

A central Indiana fieldhouse that's one of the nation's largest high school basketball venues is set for emergency repairs nine months after a severe thunderstorm ripped a hole in the historic building's roof
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Storms cause minor damage in southern, northern Indiana

An official says storms have caused minor damage in a southern Indiana county
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Suburban Indianapolis airport gets $1.5M in improvements

About $1.5 million in improvements at a suburban Indianapolis airport have wrapped up ahead of schedule
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Survivor of duck boat sinking urges ban on such crafts

An Indiana woman whose husband and three children died when a duck bank sank in Missouri says she hopes to save lives by working to ban the amphibious tourist boats
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Survivor recounts boat accident that killed 9 family members

An Indiana woman whose nine family members were killed when a Missouri duck boat sank says the last thing she heard before a huge wave swept over them was her sister-in-law yelling, "Grab the baby!"
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Survivors recount deadly Missouri duck boat sinking

An Indiana woman whose nine family members were killed when a Missouri duck boat sank says the last thing she heard before a huge wave swept over them was her sister-in-law yelling, "Grab the baby!"
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Tennessee Marine on USS Indianapolis earns sergeant stripes

Cpl. Edgar Harrell floated in the shark-infested Pacific Ocean for four-and-a-half days
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Texas gymnastics coach arrested, accused of child sex abuse

A Texas gymnastics coach wanted on child sexual assault charges has been arrested in Indiana
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The Latest: 100s at funeral for 5 relatives killed in boat

Hundreds of people are attending the funeral for five of the nine members of an Indianapolis family who were killed when a tourist boat sank on a Missouri lake during a storm
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The Latest: 200 attend Branson memorial for boat victims

Around 200 people have attended a community memorial service in Branson for the 17 people killed when a duck boat sand in a Missouri Lake
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The Latest: All duck boat sinking survivors out of hospital

All the people who survived when a duck boat ferrying tourists sank in southern Missouri have been released from a hospital
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The Latest: Boat company staying closed during investigation

The website for a tour company whose boat capsized in southwest Missouri says the business will remain closed during the investigation
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The Latest: Boat inquiry to look at if limitations ignored

An investigation of a tourist boat accident on a Missouri lake that claimed 17 lives will look at whether operators of the boat violated Coast Guard-issued limitations by venturing into the water as thunderstorms threatened and struck the region
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The Latest: Boat victims mourned

About 300 people gathered in a parking lot outside a tourism business to remember the 17 people killed when one of its duck boats capsized in storm-tossed water
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The Latest: Church fills at funeral for 4 killed in sinking

Hundreds of people have filled an Indianapolis church for funeral services for four of the nine Indiana family members killed when a tourist boat sank on a Missouri lake
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The Latest: Company offers to pay funeral, hospital bills

The website for a tour company whose boat capsized in Missouri says the business is offering to pay for medical and funeral expenses for those aboard
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The Latest: Duck boats exempt from Missouri life jacket law

A Missouri law requires boat passengers ages 7 and younger to wear life jackets whenever they're on the water, but commercial vessels like the duck boat that sank in Table Rock Lake are exempt
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The Latest: Duck boats expect from Missouri life jacket law

A Missouri law requires boat passengers ages 7 and younger to wear life jackets whenever they're on the water, but commercial vessels like the duck boat that sank in Table Rock Lake are exempt
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The Latest: Ex-NTSB chairman: Duck boats prone to accidents

Ex-NTSB chairman says duck boats should be banned from commercial recreational use
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The Latest: Family of 9 survives Missouri duck boat sinking

At least one member died from every family aboard a tourist duck boat that sank in Missouri last week, except for a family of nine who all survived
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The Latest: Family that perished was from Indianapolis

A church bishop says that nine members of one family who died in the duck boat accident were from Indianapolis
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The Latest: Hospital chief: Woman stayed with girl all night

The local hospital's president says that an employee of a nearby riverboat cruise line stayed with a small child who survived the capsizing of a duck boat on a Missouri lake for hours until the girl's father arrived
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The Latest: Indiana AG won't resign amid groping allegation

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is rejecting calls to resign, saying his name "has been dragged through the gutter" by allegations that he inappropriately touched a lawmaker and several other women
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The Latest: Indiana family files 2nd lawsuit in boat sinking

A second lawsuit has been filed by members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank this month in Missouri
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The Latest: Indiana family in duck boat tragedy seeks ban

Dozens of members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives when a duck bank sank this month in Missouri are calling for a ban on the tourist boats
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The Latest: Indiana man, 20, arrested in synagogue vandalism

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the spray-painting of anti-Semitic graffiti at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue
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The Latest: Inspector warned of flaws in Missouri boats

A man who owns a private inspection service says he told the company operating duck boats on a Missouri lake that two dozen of them had significant design flaws
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The Latest: Lawmaker says change needed after boat tragedy

A Missouri lawmaker says change is needed to improve the safety of amphibious vehicles like duck boats after 17 people were killed when one sunk last week at Table Rock Lake near Branson
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The Latest: Lawmaker: Changes must wait for investigation

A Missouri lawmaker says an investigation needs to play out before decisions are made about how to increase the safety of amphibious vehicles like duck boats after 17 people were killed when one sunk last week at Table Rock Lake near Branson
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The Latest: Lawmaker: Indiana AG lied, betrayed public trust

Indiana lawmaker who alleges Attorney General Curtis Hill inappropriately touched her during a party says he has betrayed the public trust and lied about his actions
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The Latest: Missouri couple killed in boat accident

A Missouri couple who recently celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary were among the 17 victims of a tourist boat accident near Branson
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The Latest: Missouri's McCaskill introducing duck boat bill

Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill wants new restrictions on duck boats like the one that sunk in Missouri this month, killing 17 people
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The Latest: NTSB looks at weather reports given to boat crew

NTSB: Inspectors trying to learn how information about a severe thunderstorm was conveyed to the crew of a tourist boat that capsized and killed 17 people on Missouri lake
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The Latest: NTSB to take custody of duck boat

The U.S. Coast Guard says the National Transportation Safety Board will take custody of the duck boat that capsized in Missouri now that it's been raised from Table Rock Lake
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The Latest: Services set for 2 Arkansas duck boat victims

Funeral services are set for Wednesday for two Arkansas victims of a duck boat accident in a Missouri lake
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The Latest: Services set for 4 from Indiana family in boat

Funeral services are set for Friday for four of nine Indiana family members who died when a tourist boat sank in a Missouri lake
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The Latest: Several saved by climbing aboard nearby boat

Several of the 14 survivors of the deadly tourist boat accident in Missouri made it to safety by climbing aboard a nearby excursion boat
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The Latest: Sunken duck boat raised from Missouri lake

A duck boat that sank in southern Missouri, killing 17 people aboard, has been raised
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The Latest: Survivor says storm prompted change in boat tour

An Indianapolis woman whose nine family members died when a tourist boat sank says crew members told passengers the tour would start on the water because of an incoming storm
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The Latest: Victims of boat accident mourned

Branson, Missouri, mourns the 17 people killed when one of a tourist boat capsized in storm-tossed water
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The Latest: Vigil held for family among boat sinking victims

A prayer vigil is being held in an Indianapolis church for members of a family that lost nine of its members when a sightseeing boat on a Missouri lake capsized, killing 17 people
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The Latest: Woman gives survivors flowers at boat memorial

Survivors of the Missouri duck boat accident and many friends and family members have joined hundreds in the tourism community of Branson during a memorial service for the 17 who died
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Ticket mix-up put family on ill-fated Missouri tourist boat

More than half of the 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank on a Branson lake were members of the same Indiana family, and they likely wouldn't have been on the ill-fated trip but for a ticket mix-up
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US Supreme Court may see Lake Michigan beach ownership case

A years-long dispute over the ownership of Lake Michigan's shoreline may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court
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Weather Service confirms tornado hit central Indiana Friday

The National Weather Service says a survey team has confirmed that a tornado touched down Friday in central Indiana's Madison County
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Wildlife officials: Don't dump goldfish in natural waterways

Indiana wildlife officials have a message for those thinking about getting rid of an unwanted goldfish by dumping it into a lake, pond or stream _ don't do it
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Woman describes alleged sexual grooming by Ohio State coach

A former diver is suing USA Diving over allegations a coach sexually abused her beginning when she was 16
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Work set to begin on new performing arts center in Nashville

A southern Indiana tourist mecca is moving ahead with plans for an indoor performing arts center that local officials hope will lure visitors back to its once thriving arts-and-music village
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World Series of Poker draws more than 123K players in 2018

The World Series of Poker has set an attendance record for the sixth consecutive year
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