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  • Revenue loss to fuel push for casino help in 2015 Sep 20, 2014 9:18 AM
    Indiana casino owners say they need to find ways to become more competitive after losing more than $110 million in revenue to increased competition from neighboring states.

  • Official involved in reduced bond resigns Sep 17, 2014 9:22 AM
    JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. — A southern Indiana deputy prosecutor who agreed to a reduced bond for a man who later was accused of killing his girlfriend and mutilating and eating parts of her body has resigned. Chief Deputy Prosecutor Jeremy Mull told The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday the unidentified deputy prosecutor resigned for unrelated reasons. Mull says 33-year-old Joseph Oberhansley of Jeffersonville should have still been in jail at the time he is accused of killing his 46-year-old girlfriend, Tammy Jo Blanton. Oberhansley was charged Monday with murder, abuse of a corpse and breaking and entering. He previously had been charged in two separate cases in Clark County. Mull said he had Oberhansley’s bond set at $25,000 cash only, but Oberhansley was released after posting a bond of about $500.

  • Indiana University honors actor Kevin Kline Sep 16, 2014 8:23 AM
    Actor Kevin Kline told an Indiana University audience that his time on the Bloomington campus helped him learn to do more than just imitate what he thought acting looked like.

  • On the road: Local brews featured at Logan Square Beer Fest Sep 13, 2014 5:30 AM
    Twenty craft breweries (including 3 Floyds, Ale Syndicate, Bells, Berghoff, Lagunitas, Lake Front and Metropolitan) and more than 50 beers will be featured in the Logan Square Beer Fest. Andersonville's City Made Fest is a celebration of all of things made in Chicago, featuring an array of Chicago-based musicians, brewers and artisans. And Green County, Wisconsin, is home to Monroe's Cheese Days celebration at the Courthouse Square.

  • Hundreds of workers on strike at Hammond Lear Corp. plant Sep 13, 2014 2:31 PM
    Saturday’s strike shut down the Lear plant, according to a statement from the United Auto Workers. All the plant’s workers walked off the job after two months of contract negotiations. About 200 workers wearing jackets and scarves or caps to ward off the chilly Midwest breeze were walking the picket line Saturday.

  • Repaired steel sculpture to return to Fort Wayne Sep 10, 2014 8:31 AM
    A large abstract steel sculpture damaged when a truck struck it after crossing the lawn of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art has been repaired and is scheduled to be reinstalled.

  • Man tells police he killed man trying to rob him Sep 8, 2014 8:51 AM
    Police in Indianapolis say a man told investigators he fatally shot a man who was trying to rob him in a bank parking lot. The shooting happened about 6:15 a.m. Monday just west of the city’s downtown, across the street from a police district headquarters.

  • Body found near pond along I-69 in central Indiana Sep 8, 2014 9:49 AM
    Police say a man’s body found over the weekend near an Interstate 69 interchange in central Indiana might have been there for about two weeks. Pendleton police Detective Stan Brown says no immediate identification was made of the body.

  • Suit over in vitro fertilization can go to trial Sep 5, 2014 6:34 PM
    A lawsuit by a former Roman Catholic schoolteacher who says she was fired by a northern Indiana diocese for trying to get pregnant through in vitro fertilization can proceed to trial, a federal judge has ruled.

  • States urge Supreme Court to take up gay marriage Sep 5, 2014 9:42 AM
    A stinging rejection of same-sex marriage bans in Wisconsin and Indiana, issued by a unanimous and unequivocal U.S. appeals court, has brought hope to those fighting the laws that the Supreme Court will feel pressure to rule soon in their favor. The ruling from the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago came Thursday, the same day 32 states asked the Supreme Court to settle the issue once and for all.

  • Man arrested in death of his infant daughter Sep 4, 2014 7:32 AM
    An Indianapolis man faces preliminary murder and neglect charges stemming from his 3-month-old daughter’s death from traumatic head and leg injuries. Twenty-three-year-old Christopher Schafer was arrested Wednesday after an autopsy showed his daughter died from blunt-force trauma injuries and her death was ruled a homicide. The Indianapolis Star reports Schafer told police he fell asleep with Giuliana Grace on his chest and awoke to find her pinned between him and the couch and not breathing. Police called to the scene found the child unresponsive. She was taken in critical condition to a local hospital and pronounced dead. Schafer was being held at the Marion County Jail on preliminary charges of murder, neglect and battery resulting in death. Prosecutors will determine if he’ll face formal charges in his daughter’s death.

  • Designer purse costs solid waste official his job Sep 4, 2014 7:32 AM
    A northern Indiana solid waste board has ended its longtime executive director’s contract following accusations he misled the board about a designer purse he purchased for a subordinate. The Lake County Solid Waste Management District Board voted 22-0 Wednesday to terminate Jeff Langbehn’s contract and provide him with three months of severance pay. Attorneys for Langbehn and the solid waste district say Langbehn has signed a release not to sue the board or its members for ending his contract after 21 years as the district’s leader. The Times of Munster reports Langbehn spent more than $750 on a Michael Kors purse and accessories on his government credit card. He claimed the purse was actually a briefcase purchased for a female subordinate as a master’s degree graduation gift.

  • Indiana Legion dedicates new headquarters Sunday Sep 4, 2014 7:32 AM
    Indiana’s largest veterans organization is moving its state headquarters after 88 years in its current downtown Indianapolis location. The Indiana Department of the American Legion is relocating from a spot adjacent to the Legion’s national headquarters in downtown Indianapolis to the former Fort Benjamin Harrison in the city of Lawrence, an enclave in northeast Indianapolis. The group has scheduled a Sunday dedication of its new headquarters building. The Indiana Legion was chartered Aug. 1, 1921 and has been headquartered on the American Legion Mall in downtown Indianapolis since 1926. Its building there is being taken over by the Indiana state archives.

  • Ex-Indiana Secretary of State White gets Internet show Sep 4, 2014 7:32 AM
    Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White might have been convicted of voter fraud, but he’s getting his own Internet radio talk show. White announced Wednesday that he would begin doing a weekly show Sept. 17 on the Indiana Talks network. His radio show comes after White started a blog last month. Indiana Talks is a streaming spoken-word Internet radio station featuring mostly Indiana talk radio personalities. White has slowly re-emerged in the public eye following his removal from office in 2011 and a continuing legal battle over his voter fraud conviction. He was found to have illegally voted from his ex-wife’s Fishers home in 2010. White says he spent various times throughout his 2010 campaign sleeping in his ex-wife’s house, a newly purchased condominium and his car.

  • 1937 Cord takes top honors from Duesenberg Club Sep 3, 2014 8:27 AM
    A car that’s been in one family for 53 years won the best of show award Sunday from the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club. Judges selected a 1937 Supercharged Cord Phaeton with cool orchard green paint and a black top as the finest of more than 200 classic cars that gathered for the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival.

  • Police mum on search for missing Indianapolis baby Sep 3, 2014 10:21 AM
    Police aren’t saying what investigators found when they searched the home of an Indianapolis couple whose 6-week-old son was reported abducted last week.

  • Police search home of missing Indianapolis baby Sep 2, 2014 10:28 AM
    Police investigators have been searching the Indianapolis home of the parents of a 6-week-old boy whose father says was taken from him last week. City police crews arrived Monday night with a search warrant at the house of Delano Wilson’s parents.

  • Change of plea hearing set for Colts owner Irsay Sep 2, 2014 10:39 AM
    Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is scheduled to appear in court for a change-of-plea hearing on drug-related charges he faces from a traffic stop in March. Irsay was due to appear in a Hamilton County court in Noblesville on Tuesday morning. The 55-year-old Irsay has pleaded not guilty to charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a Schedule I or II controlled substance in his body.

  • Indiana gay marriage supporters push hard in 2014 Sep 1, 2014 3:58 PM
    Indiana voters who’d hoped to decide whether to place the state’s gay marriage ban in the constitution won’t find the issue on the November ballot. But same-sex marriage is still playing a role in many political races, giving Democrats hopes of gaining a critical foothold in the heavily Republican state.

  • Boy finds body in northwestern Indiana pond Sep 1, 2014 9:38 AM
    Authorities say a boy out fishing found a man’s body in a northwestern Indiana pond.

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