Indiana News

State police release sketch in Delphi murder investigation

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State police have released a sketch of a suspect in the Delphi murder investigation.Read more

Eclipse glasses giveaway and last day at the fair

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If you've had a hard time tracking down those eclipse glasses for Monday, you're not alone! Even though stores have been running out and online prices are skyrocketing,...Read more

Purdue University to expand alcohol sales at sporting events

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Purdue University is hoping to increase revenue and attendance at sporting events by selling alcohol.Read more

Replacement eyed for mold-infested West Lafayette City Hall

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Officials in West Lafayette are starting work toward replacing its mold-infested City Hall that was torn down in February.Read more


Indiana city aims to finish leveling 180 blighted homes

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Crews in an eastern Indiana city that began demolishing blighted homes two years ago hope to have leveled more than 180 by year's end.Read more

Civilian researchers have located USS Indianapolis wreckage

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Civilian researchers led by Paul Allen, a entrepreneur and philanthropist, say they have found the wreck of the USS Indianapolis that went down on July 30, 1945 after...Read more

WATCH: Pet Vet, your pet and the solar eclipse

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Saturday Dr. Crowe talks about the upcoming solar eclipse and what to do with your pets. Read more

Powerball players have chance at $535 million jackpot

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Powerball players will hold their breath as numbers are drawn for one of the nation's biggest lottery jackpots.Read more

Sen. Young: Bigotry, racism, hate 'un-American, anti-American'

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U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Indiana, condemned the “hate, bigotry and violence” that took place in Charlottesville over the weekend as he spoke in Terre Haute on Thursday.Read more

KRULL: Those we carry with us

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Maturity comes from understanding that we are but links in a long chain of being and that we owe debts – responsibilities, duties – not just to those who will follow us...Read more


Indiana's unemployment rate edges up to 3.1 percent in July

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The state says Indiana's unemployment rate edged up to 3.1 percent in July and is below the national rate of 4.3 percent last month.Read more

Clark County plans to end inmate work release

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The inmate diversion program will end after a contract between Clark County and the Indiana Department of Corrections to house the inmates in the program comes to a...Read more