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Country Singer Craig Morgan’s Son Dead After Boating Accident

July 12, 2016
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Country Singer Craig Morgan’s Son Dead After Boating Accident

HUMPHREYS COUNTY, Tenn. — The son of country singer Craig Morgan died after going tubing over the weekend. Officials with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said the body of Jerry Greer, 19, was recovered from Kentucky Lake. He and a friend were tubing in the Tennessee River on Sunday afternoon when they fell into...

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Amazon Prime Day 2016: How to Make the Most of the Event

July 12, 2016
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Amazon Prime Day 2016: How to Make the Most of the Event

Amazon(NEW YORK) -- Amazon’s much-hyped Prime Day sale event is July 12, but the giant online retailer is already offering deals leading up to the big day.Prime members pay $99 a year for free two-day shipping and access to streaming media.On its...

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Baron Hill Drops out of Senate Race in Indiana

July 11, 2016
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Baron Hill Drops out of Senate Race in Indiana

WASHINGTON — Former Representative Baron Hill said Monday that he was removing his name from the ballot in the race against Representative Todd Young. Hill said he is pulling out to give Democrats a better chance of taking the Senate. “I do not want to stand in the way of Democrats winning Indiana and...

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DNR Offering Deer Reduction Hunt at Local Parks

July 11, 2016
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DNR Offering Deer Reduction Hunt at Local Parks

VERSAILLES, Ind. — The DNR Division of State Parks is seeking volunteer hunters to participate in managed deer reduction hunts at 18 locations later this year including Clifty Falls and Versailles State Park. Clifty Falls will be archery only reduction hunts. The dates are Nov. 14-15 and Nov. 28-29. Volunteers can apply online at...

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Mega Millions Winning Ticket Sold in Indiana

July 11, 2016
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Mega Millions Winning Ticket Sold in Indiana

CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. — The luckiest town in America over the weekend has to be Cambridge City, Indiana. That’s because the winning Mega Millions ticket worth an estimated at $540 million was sold at the Speedway gas station at State Road 1 just off I70 Friday night. One ticket purchased there at around 10...

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NEW USS INDIANAPOLIS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

July 11, 2016
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NEW USS INDIANAPOLIS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It has been 71 years since the original U.S.S. Indianapolis met its fate. The ship was torpedoed by the Japanese in July 1945 and sunk on its way from Guam to the Philippines. Among the nearly 1,200 men who were on the ship, only 317 survived after three-and-a-half days adrift in...

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Communities Across Indiana “Going Blue”

July 11, 2016
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Communities Across Indiana “Going Blue”

STATEWIDE — Do you have a blue light bulb? That simple demonstration of support from your porch-light might mean more than you imagine to police officers patrolling the streets while you sleep. The head of the police union in Indianapolis says that blue light is “like a beacon to them.” Rick Snyder, the President...

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Indiana: Early Childhood Battle Continues

July 11, 2016
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Indiana: Early Childhood Battle Continues

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The battle for quality Pre-K education in Indiana continues as the November election draws near. Governor Mike Pence had pushed for a pilot program called On My Way Pre-K, but then rejected millions of dollars in federal funding. Pence is in a tough battle for re-election, and has expressed renewed interest...

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Theft in Lawrenceburg Similar to Batesville Theft

July 8, 2016
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Theft in Lawrenceburg Similar to Batesville Theft

LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. — Police are searching for a man who stole several pricey items from a Lawrenceburg battery shop. Officials say the burglary was carried out in a similar manner as burglaries recently reported in Aurora and Batesville. Police say Tri-State Battery and Honda was broken into on the night of June 27. According...

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