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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A proposed statewide smoking ban now has so many exemptions that health advocates say it nearly loses its meaning. Yet those loopholes give the bill its best shot in years of actually passing the Republican-controlled General...
Tags: Politics, Civil Laws, Indiana, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana businessman who blamed an Internal Revenue Service investigation for his wife's suicide has been sentenced to six years in prison on tax fraud charges. James Simon was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District...
Tags: Punishment, Crimes, Indiana, Litigation, Crime, Law and Justice
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Fort Wayne withheld $200,000 in payments to Navistar International Corp. after the company relocating operations to suburban Chicago did not provide job data. Community Development Director John Urbahns tells the Journal...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — A woman accused of helping a mother force a 2-year-old Fort Wayne boy to swallow olive oil and vinegar because they thought it would rid him of demons is facing seven charges in the child's death. The Journal Gazette...
The snowy weather has started to wreak havoc in northern Indiana Wednesday morning. A section of Interstate 69 has been closed after semi crashes, police report. I-69 was closed in central Indiana, too, on Tuesday. The Indiana State Police post...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Researchers say there is no economic incentive for lawmakers to exclude off-track betting facilities from a smoking ban considered in the Indiana Legislature. An Indiana University study found that similar legislation...
The 2010 election results are less than five months old, but Jackie Walorski is already gearing up for 2012. The Jimtown Republican announced Tuesday that she'll be back on the ballot as a congressional candidate next year. Whether incumbent U.S. Rep....
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Fort Wayne authorities say they've recovered the body of a man who jumped into the chilly, swift currents of the St. Joseph River. Firefighters searched the river for about two hours Saturday before finding the victim....
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — A Fort Wayne man who was shot more than 13 years ago has died and the coroner has ruled his death a homicide. But The Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne reports the man convicted of shooting Earl Dashawn "Shawn" Terrell can't be...
Tags: Crimes, Punishment, Assault, Murder, Crime, Law and Justice
SOUTH BEND — A judge today sentenced a North Carolina teen to time served for making prank bomb threats to high schools and colleges, including Purdue University. Federal prosecutors said they hope the nearly two years that Ashton Lundeby served...
Tags: Punishment, Crimes, FBI, Lawyers, Crime, Law and Justice
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Officials in Indiana's second-largest city are telling residents that the blue water coming out of their water faucets is safe to drink. The city of Fort Wayne's water utility says the blue hue was the result of a dye...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — A porn star who lives with embattled actor Charlie Sheen in California has appeared in an Indiana court in a drunken driving case. Rachel Oberlin was in Allen Superior Court in Fort Wayne on Tuesday. The 24-year-old...
Tags: Indiana, Social Issues, California, Pornography, Charlie Sheen
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