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I-69 section delayed 1 year not ready to open yet

The Indiana Department of Transportation hoped to have the 27-mile section that will run from the community of Crane into Bloomington open by late 2014, but weather and construction delays pushed that back one year.

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2nd man charged in death of pastor’s wife

Two men were charged Monday with murder in the fatal shooting of a pastor’s pregnant wife during an apparent break in of their Indianapolis home, court records show.

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Roughly 18,300 lose food stamp benefits in Indiana

Recipients are kicked off of SNAP benefits after three noncompliant months. Notices were sent out in mid-October to 18,333 people that their November benefits were being taken away.

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Lack of Indiana exotic animal regulations raising concerns

The state Department of Natural Resources stopped issuing permits for wild animals and regulating their ownership following the February ruling that said it didn’t have the authority to manage such legally owned animals.

Ball State weighs putting TV frequency up for auction

WIPB-TV’s over-the-air signal reaches 22 eastern Indiana counties. In fiscal year 2014, the station’s operating expenses of $4.6 million exceeded its operating revenue by nearly $500,000.

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Indiana Toll Road bans certain trailers ahead of snow

Triple-trailers, long-doubles, steel haulers, and high-profile oversize permit loads are banned on the Indiana Toll Road from Portage to Angola starting at 7 a.m. Saturday and continuing until 1 a.m. Sunday.

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Police question people in death of Indiana pastor’s wife

Investigators say they believe Amanda Blackburn was shot by someone who broke into her house after seeing her husband leave on the morning of November 10. Police have images from surveillance video showing a possible suspect.

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Refugee ban’s image impact on Indiana & Pence

While Governor Pence received plenty of criticism for RFRA, local political expert Andy Downs doesn’t think the refugee ban will bring as much negativity to him and the state.