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Many Indiana counties see strong voter turnout for primary

May 3, 2016
Indiana steps into the national spotlight Tuesday with a primary election that could play a significant role in deciding Republican and Democratic presidential contests, as well as a spirited Senate GOP primary election and crowded races for Republican nominations in two U.S. House districts.
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Prosecutor: Evidence speaks for 10 LA ‘Grim Sleeper’ victims

May 3, 2016
Arguments continued Tuesday in the case of a Los Angeles man prosecutors believe is the "Grim Sleeper," charged with 10 deaths of African-American women and suspected in an untold number more.
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Top NY court upholds conviction for illegal knife

May 3, 2016
New York’s highest court on Tuesday upheld a driver’s conviction for illegal possession for a gravity knife, rejecting arguments that he didn’t know the folding knife he used for work could open with a flick of the wrist.
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Man pleads guilty in drunken driving death of Muncie teen

May 3, 2016
A central Indiana man has pleaded guilty in a fatal drunk driving case in which he killed a Muncie teenager when he slammed into his motor scooter last summer.
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Ball State police still face excessive force lawsuit

May 3, 2016
A federal judge’s recent ruling means Ball State University will have to settle or defend itself at trial in a two-year-old civil rights lawsuit filed by a hip-hop artist.
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Supreme Court won't review appeal from POM juices

May 2, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court is leaving in place a court ruling that found advertising claims of the health benefits of POM Wonderful juices were deceptive.
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Southwestern Indiana county's tactic targets youth gun cases

May 2, 2016
Juvenile court officials in one southwestern Indiana county are overhauling their probation services to address a rapidly growing number of gun-related crimes among youths.
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High court to hear patent fight over adult diapers

May 2, 2016
The Supreme Court of the United States will resolve a patent dispute between companies that make adult diapers.
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Supreme Court won’t block Texas voter ID law for now

April 29, 2016
The Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal to stop Texas from enforcing its challenged voter ID law. But the court said it could revisit the issue as the November elections approach.
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Nebraska, Oklahoma join suit to halt Colorado marijuana law

April 29, 2016
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson and his counterpart in Oklahoma are joining a lawsuit aimed at halting legal marijuana in Colorado.
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