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US DOJ Blocks Meger Between Anthem and Cigna

July 22, 2016
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US DOJ Blocks Meger Between Anthem and Cigna

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The United States Department of Justice moved to block a merger between two healthcare companies, saying the deals would drive costs higher. Anthem released a statement on the block, saying, in part: “The DOJ’s action is based on a flawed analysis and misunderstanding of the dynamic, competitive and highly regulated healthcare...

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Utility Bill Check Up: Heat Wave Hits Indiana

July 22, 2016
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Utility Bill Check Up: Heat Wave Hits Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – High temperatures and humidity are baking much of the central United States this week, sending heat indexes soaring as high as 115 degrees in some places for the first time this year. The National Weather Service calls it a heat dome, which is a high pressure system that has pushed conditions...

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Milan Bar Shooter Sentenced to 38 Years

July 21, 2016
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Milan Bar Shooter Sentenced to 38 Years

VERSAILLES, Ind. — William Russell, age 44 of Moores Hill, has been sentenced to 38 years in prison for shooting a man in Milan. In June, Russell was convicted for the crimes of Attempted Murder, Aggravated Battery, Battery With a Deadly Weapon, and Possession of a Handgun Without a License. Jonathan Smith, the victim...

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OA’s Alexis Brown Among IHSAA Student Advisory Committee Members

July 21, 2016
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OA’s Alexis Brown Among IHSAA Student Advisory Committee Members

Eighteen high school student!athletes from across the Hoosier State will begin the school year as members of the 2016-17 IHSAA Student Advisory Committee (SAC). Nine incoming juniors will join nine seniors beginning their second year with the group which will receive hands-on experience in various areas as well as serve as a voice to...

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Herbert Brothers Win at Indianapolis Film Festival

July 21, 2016
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Herbert Brothers Win at Indianapolis Film Festival

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Herbert Brothers have won several awards at the Indianapolis 48 Hour Film Festival. It began on July 8 when the signed up to participate. They had to draw a genre out of a hat. The genre they drew was time travel. They also had to use a specific character, prop, ...

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UPDATED: One Dead After Early Wednesday Morning Fire

July 21, 2016
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UPDATED: One Dead After Early  Wednesday Morning Fire

UPDATE:  A fire broke out in a Dearborn County home, killing one man and sending two others to the hospital, including the Lawrenceburg fire chief. Fire officials say, an elderly gentleman was trapped inside the home, and his son had a garden hose and was attempting to put the fire out. Lawrenceburg Fire Chief...

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Money Saving Tips During the Hot Summer Days

July 21, 2016
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Money Saving Tips During the Hot Summer Days

STATEWIDE – Higher temperatures means higher electric bills. While the weather is out of your control, there are a few steps you can take to better manage your electricity use and its costs. Anthony Swinger with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor recommends doing anything to help ease stress on the air conditioning...

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Governor Pence Receives Enthusiastic Response at RNC

July 21, 2016
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Governor Pence Receives Enthusiastic Response at RNC

CLEVELAND, Oh. — Governor Mike Pence has gotten an enthusiastic response from Republican National Convention delegates for his vice presidential acceptance speech: Pence took the stage in an arena still buzzing after Texas Senator Ted Cruz was loudly booed for not endorsing his primary rival Donald Trump during his convention speech. But the crowd...

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Muncie Animal Shelter Fetches Facebook’s Attention

July 21, 2016
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Muncie Animal Shelter Fetches Facebook’s Attention

MUNCIE, Ind. — Facebook is taking the Pokemon Go craze all the way to the bank, or in this case all the way to the animal shelter. Facebook has hired a production company to shoot a video to encourage Pokemon Go players to walk an adoptable dog, and the production company focused on the...

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Former Reds Manager Dave Miley To Coach Franklin County Wildcats

July 21, 2016
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Former Reds Manager Dave Miley To Coach Franklin County Wildcats

Dave Miley has been hired as the new Baseball Coach for The Franklin County Wildcats Baseball team. According to The Brookville American and The Brookville Demoocrat, Miley will be replacing long time coach Tony Windle. Miley managed The Reds from 2003-05 as well as managing in The Reds Minor League System from 1988-2002 with...

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