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Senate panel considers ‘right-to-try’ trial drugs bill

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana Senate committee is considering a bill that would give terminally ill patients easier access to experimental drugs that have not received full federal approval. 104 more words

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Attorneys General file formal complaint in robocall campaign

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The Federal Trade Commission and ten state attorneys have taken action against Carribbean Cruise Line, Inc. (CCL) and several other telemarketing companies for an illegal robocall campaign. 186 more words

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January 2016 trial date set for Richmond Hill case

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WISH) — A key suspect in the 2012 south side explosion case will remain behind bars until at least September.

That’s when a judge agreed to hear his motion to reduce his bail amount. 230 more words

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That's What I'm Talkin' About

My community newspaper today responded to a reader’s question about how to know when there is a “boil water” order for residents.  The short answer was to check the water company’s website every day. 166 more words

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Appeals Court upholds conviction against former IMPD Officer David Bisard

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A State Court of Appeals is upholding the conviction against former IMPD Officer David Bisard.

Bisard was convicted in November 2013 in connection with the August 2010 crash that injured Kurt Weekly and Mary Mills and killed 30-year-old Eric Wells. 203 more words

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How are students coping with rigorous ISTEP test?

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) – ISTEP testing is underway in schools across the Wabash Valley as students return to the classroom after another blast of winter weather. 335 more words

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Senate panel considers 'right-to-try' trial drugs bill

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana Senate committee is considering a bill that would give terminally ill patients easier access to experimental drugs that have not received full federal approval. 122 more words

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