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Marion County’s new electronic system speeds process for searches

November 16, 2016
Police working a crime scene who need a search warrant sometimes feel they can’t wait, but they often have no choice. For law enforcement agencies in Marion County, though, the wait is decreasing due to a new electronic system for requesting and approving search warrants.More.

Ransomware attack costing Madison County nearly $200,000

December 7, 2016
A computer hack demanding a ransom is ending up costing Madison County nearly $200,000.More.

Lawmakers push for DNA collection from felony arrestees

December 7, 2016
A bipartisan group of lawmakers Tuesday announced legislation that would require collection of DNA from people arrested for a felony. The proposed legislation will be introduced in the 2017 session of the Indiana General Assembly.More.

Brexit case sees starkly different views of UK constitution

December 6, 2016
U.K. Supreme Court judges were presented with starkly contrasting views of Britain's largely unwritten constitution Tuesday, as they considered whether government or Parliament has the power to lead the country out of the European Union.More.

Some Indiana employers abiding by overtime rule, even though it's in limbo

December 6, 2016
The Obama administration’s new overtime rule is held up in federal court, but that hasn't stopped some Indiana employers from instituting changes to comply with the law.More.
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