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November 13, 2017

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Transgender Inmate Sues Indiana For Hormone Therapy

A transgender inmate is suing the Indiana Department of Correction commissioner over denied requests for hormone therapy.

November 9, 2017

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Indiana Judge Issues Injunction In Immigration Detentions

A federal judge has barred the Marion County Sheriff's Office from detaining people in Indianapolis based solely on requests by immigration officials.

November 9, 2017

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James Trimnell (left) and Nathaniel Walmsley are charged with felony murder in connection with the overdose death of Rachel Walmsley.

Two Men Charged With Felony Murder For Overdose Death

The Ripley County prosecutor’s office is charging two men with felony murder for the July drug overdose death of a woman.

November 7, 2017

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Bloomington resident Daniel E. Messel in a booking photo shortly after Hannah Wilson's body was found in rural Brown County.

Prosecutor: Messel Could Be Linked To Spierer’s Disappearance

Daniel Messel is convicted of killing 22-year-old Hannah Wilson in Brown County in April 2015. Twenty-year-old Lauren Spierer went missing in June 2011.

November 7, 2017

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Man Killed After 30-Hour Owen County Standoff Identified

The Owen County coroner said Tuesday that 31-year-old Mason Johnson II of Spencer died from a single gunshot to his head.

November 6, 2017

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Former Inmate Sues Over Conviction Pence Wouldn’t Pardon

The lawsuit alleges Elkhart and the other defendants violated Keith Cooper's constitutional rights.

November 6, 2017

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Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett (center), announces reforms for IMPD with Chief Bryan Roach (left) and Deputy Mayor of Neighborhood Engagement David Hampton (right) following the fatal shooting of Aaron Bailey in June.

IMPD Chief Recommends Officers Who Shot Aaron Bailey Be Fired

IMPD Police Chief Bryan Roach is recommending the officers be fired because their actions don't align with IMPD training or policies.

November 5, 2017

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Man Slain In Indiana Home After 31-hour Standoff With Police

The man had been holding two women and two children hostage.

November 3, 2017

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Ind. Man Pleads Guilty To Punching Woman At Charlottesville Rally

An Indiana man has pleaded guilty to punching a woman as she yelled anti-racist chants at white supremacists at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

November 3, 2017

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The Hancock County council will decide whether to approve the funding request Nov. 8.

Hancock Co. Public Defender Funding Shortfall Part Of Bigger Issue

Most of the funding for public defense in Indiana comes from local governments.

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