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Large solar panel project planned for central Indiana jail

May 22, 2017
A central Indiana county jail could become site for one of the largest solar panel projects in the state.
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Indiana jury awards couple $744,000 for son's shoulder surgery

May 22, 2017
A northern Indiana jury has awarded $744,000 to a couple who claimed a now-deceased doctor performed unnecessary surgery on their teenage son.
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Carmel-based company wins patent case at US Supreme Court

May 22, 2017
The U.S. Supreme Court is making it easier for companies to defend themselves against patent infringement lawsuits.
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SCOTUS won't hear Indiana's appeal in triple murder case

May 22, 2017
The Supreme Court of the United States won't hear Indiana's appeal of a ruling that threw out the conviction and death sentence of an Indiana man for the 1998 slayings of his wife, her ex-husband and her 10-year-old son.
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Indiana governor: New law will aid lead-tainted region

May 19, 2017
Gov. Eric Holcomb is praising a new state law that will help a northwestern Indiana city deal with lead and arsenic contamination that's forcing residents in a public housing complex from their homes.
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Judge vows to shield jurors in officer's murder retrial

May 18, 2017
A county judge in Ohio vowed Thursday to shield jurors' identities and prevent distractions during the murder retrial of a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist.
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While Comey memo could be key, any Trump prosecution tricky

May 18, 2017
A memo detailing President Donald Trump's request to shut down an FBI investigation of his ousted national security adviser is a powerful piece of evidence that could be used to build an obstruction of justice case against him.
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Verdict slip in meningitis outbreak trial creates confusion

May 18, 2017
People who lost loved ones in a fungal meningitis outbreak traced to tainted steroids were stunned when a pharmacy executive was acquitted of murder charges in 25 deaths, and some legal experts are questioning whether the vote by the jury was unanimous, as required in federal criminal trials.
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Southern Indiana police department to resume body camera use

May 17, 2017
A southern Indiana police department plans to have its officers resume using body cameras after dropping them last year amid concerns about costs and privacy issues.
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Indiana man could face life term in college student's death

May 17, 2017
A southwestern Indiana man accused of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend could face life in prison if he's convicted in her killing.
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