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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Police in Johnson County are warning the public to look out for phone scams after a 67-year-old man lost around $1,300. William Smith told police that he had received a call from a male claiming to be with Publishers Clearing House and reportedly informed Smith that he won $850,000 and a Mercedes Benz. Smith said that the man told him to wire money first to claim the prize. According to a police report, Smith said that…
05.28 / 19:10
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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Authorities in Johnson County arrested a Missouri man for drugs during a traffic stop Friday afternoon. Jason White, 35, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana after police pulled him over for allegedly driving 74 mph in a 55 mph zone. Police observed White traveling westbound on SR44 near CR 600 E. in a silver Ford sedan. Police conducted a traffic stop and said White became nervous during the stop. A…
05.28 / 18:12
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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court is taking up a long-running dispute over private property rights and public access to Lake Michigan. The (Northwest Indiana) Times reports (http://bit.ly/2r23Ihr ) the high court will decide in the coming weeks whether to vacate a December state Court of Appeals decision that all parties to the case…
05.28 / 17:14
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RICHMOND, Ind. — An Indiana liberal arts college is launching a new program designed to prepare its students for service in the Peace Corps. Earlham College says its Peace Corps Prep program will boost the Quaker-affiliated school’s longstanding commitments to peace, social justice and global understanding when it starts this fall. The Richmond school…
05.28 / 17:14
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MARSHALL, Ind. — A western Indiana nature lover has reached a deal with a conservation group to protect nearly 400 acres of woodlands that are home to rare and endangered plants and animals. Joe McCurdy’s conservation easement with the Central Indiana Land Trust means the 394 acres in Parke County can never be developed.…
05.28 / 17:14
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NEW YORK — A cybersecurity attack that hit most Chipotle restaurants allowed hackers to steal credit card information from customers, the burrito chain confirmed. The company first acknowledged the breach on April 25. But a blog post on Friday revealed the kind of malware used in the attack and the restaurants that were affected. The list of attacked locations is extensive and includes many major U.S. cities. When CNNMoney asked the company Sunday about the scale of the attack,…
05.28 / 17:00
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WASHINGTON — Former senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he believes the Trump administration could be doing well, if only the President would stop doing one thing: Tweeting. “If you tweet every day and complain about the media and complain about how you are being treated, you’re going to be sidetracked and you’re not going to get your deals done. That’s the message,” Santorum said straight into the camera during Sunday…
05.28 / 17:00
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Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Sharna Burgess, and other stars turned out for the Indy 500 Red Carpet ahead of the 101st Running of the…
05.28 / 16:40
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Governor Eric Holcomb is one of the hundreds of thousands attending the 101st Indianapolis…
05.28 / 16:25
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NEW YORK — Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s parents were involved in a boating accident on Friday that killed his mother and left his father badly injured. The company, in a statement on Saturday, called the incident an “unspeakable tragedy” and said that Kalanick’s father remains in a “serious condition.” Kalanick’s mother, Bonnie, was 71. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Travis and his family in this heartbreaking time,” the Uber…
05.28 / 15:55
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INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s two largest police departments want drones to help monitor large gatherings or monitor traffic at large events, but state law restricts drone usage. The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/2qPpogN ) that the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Indiana State Police are looking into acquiring drones. At least 10 Indiana police agencies own drones. Indiana state law says police departments are allowed to use drones for search-and-rescue…
05.28 / 15:55
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By Renee Larr The cost to visit the the Museum of Miniature Houses in Carmel will increase June 1 to $10 for general admission; $8 for seniors 65 and older and active/retired military;…
05.28 / 15:22
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By Renee Larr The Carmel Clay Public Library will offer a unique event for those who love to see books come to life through food. The Edible Books contest encourages readers to play…
05.28 / 15:22
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Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman and actor Jake Gyllenhaal talked to 24-Hour News 8's Laura…
05.28 / 15:21
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J.R. Hildebrand spoke with 24-Hour News 8's Anthony Calhoun prior to the 101st running of the Indianapolis…
05.28 / 15:21
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He also says who he thinks will win the big…
05.28 / 15:21
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State and local DAR provide restoration work to Richmond's Madonna of the Trail…
05.28 / 15:17
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Law enforcement agencies in Richmond and Wayne County jailed eight people…
05.28 / 15:17
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Take an inside look at the Indy 500 2017 Snake…
05.28 / 14:20
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The police department's main concern race day morning was…
05.28 / 14:20
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