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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. The Noblesville West Middle School teacher who was shot by his student in May says hes unhappy with the shooters punishment. In a statement released to the Indy Star on Thursday, Jason Seaman said hes dissatisfied that current Indiana law legally prevented prosecutors from trying the 13-year-old boy as an adult. The teenager in this case attempted to murder two people with a motive that is unknown and he will be able to rejoin society in roughly
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. A new push is underway to up the price of cigarettes. The Raise It For Health Coalition announced Thursday at the Indiana Statehouse that it wants the price for a pack of cigarettes to go up by $2. The coalition is made up of business and healthcare leaders. Its goal is to see smoking rates drop, save lives, strengthen the states workforce, and raise revenue for public health programs. When families smoke, it has a significant impact
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The overnight ice storm left thousands without power, as trees and limbs fell across Indiana. Many knocked down power lines and nearly hit cars and homes. If you look back there you see theres a lot of old rotten trees back there, Indianapolis resident Doug Youtsey said while pointing to the tree line behind his backyard.It just reached a point where it was time and they came down. They came down thanks to an overnight buildup of
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Indianapolis will be home to one of the largest collections of LGBTQ archives in the United States for a public library. Its a partnership between Indy Pride, Inc. and the Indianapolis Public Library. The Chris Gonzalez Library and Archives is home to over 7,000 titles specific to the LGBTQ community. Thursday was moving day at the library. Boxes are being loaded up filled with important research, books and LGBTQ history. The books are being brought to Central
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Every day that I get to step out on the field is a blessing, said University of Indianapolis freshman Sam Schoonveld. As the running back out of Clinton Prairie High School prepared for his freshman season at UIndy, he knew hed go through a routine physical. However, his results were anything but routine. I was really caught off guard, Schoonveld admitted. I have played three sports, four sports my whole life and I have never had any
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In my early years, my father cooked the Thanksgiving turkey on a Weber grill in our barn, a deeply spiritual experience for him.
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