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Indiana ACLU Filing Suit Against the City of Evansville Over Crosses on Riverside Drive

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a suit on behalf of two residents of Vanderburgh County. Citing the First Amendment, the suit takes aim at the City of Evansville for agreeing to allow a local church to display religious symbols on public property.

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Kentucky Shoppers Get Some Live Action When Deer Runs Into Store

Shoppers at a Kentucky grocery outlet got themselves a little Live Action earlier this week when a deer decided to come running into the store and stir up some excitement.

According to reports, surveillance cameras at the Kroger grocery in Newport, Kentucky captured the wild beast entering the store through the automatic doors, but once it was inside, it panicked and could not find its way out.

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Indiana Woman on Death Row Since She Was 16-Years-Old Scheduled for Release

An Indiana woman that has been serving time on death row since she was 16-years-old for the murder an elderly Bible school teacher is set to be released from incarceration on Monday due to a Supreme Court intervention.

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Indiana Law Enforcement Cracking Down on Drunk Boaters

If you’re going to play on the water in Indiana, you had better stay dry.

As part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the dangers surrounding boating under the influence of drugs and alcohol, Indiana conservation officers will be beefing up patrols across Indiana waterways this summer.

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Applications Being Accepted for Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars Program

Indiana students who are able to maintain good grades, stay off drugs and walk the proverbial straight-and-narrow can take advantage of Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program, which was put in place as an opportunity for students to have their college tuition paid.

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Indiana Couple Having Sex In SUV Run Over Woman Who Called 911

In nature, it is wise to never mess with a wild animal in heat. Incidentally, the same philosophy applies to humans doing the nasty in public – serious injury may occur.

Just ask the 20-year-old Indiana woman who was run over by an SUV and hospitalized earlier this week, after she called the police on two people having sex in a motel parking lot.

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Indiana Attorney General Warns Consumers of Utility Bill Phone Scam

The scam involves callers impersonating utility company employees looking to collect on past due utility bills that don't exist.

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Kentucky Bourbon Trail Releases New Smartphone App

Hey, there’s an app for Jack...and now there is an app for the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, as well.

According to a news release from the Kentucky Distillers Association, the organization recently released a free app on the Apple iTunes store and on their website that will help guide people interested in Kentucky’s distilleries to find information, like directions and tour hours, maps, tasting notes and tutorials.

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Indiana Motor Sports Will Receive Tax Dollars for Revitalization Effort

Indiana motor sports is now taking a victory lap, as a bill allowing for the “economic revitalization” of the industry has officially been signed into law.

Earlier this week, House Bill 1544 was passed into law, after receiving bi-partisan support from both the House and the Senate. Supporters are now hoping that Indiana racetracks, like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, will receive the proper resources from our tax dollars in order to thrive.

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Will Indiana Ever Allow Sunday Beer Sales?

Sunday alcohol sales across the state of Indiana has been the subject of much controversy, mostly because liquor store owners want nothing to do with Sunday sales, and even more interesting than that, they do not want your local grocery store to be able to sell it either.

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