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September 21, 2016

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Keesha Daniels hasn't found a new apartment yet, but she's already taken the decorations off the walls of her West Calumet home.

E. Chicago Residents Want More Time Moving From Lead-Tainted Homes

When the EPA reported high levels of lead and arsenic contamination in the soil, East Chicago officials decided to demolish the West Calumet housing complex.

September 19, 2016

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Police: Suspected Rapist May Be Connected To Other Home Invasions

Police arrested 28-year-old Devin Grounds last week. They say DNA evidence now connects Grounds to another home invasion.

September 19, 2016

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Tippecanoe County Adds Gender Identity Protections

The county commissioners approved the addition less than two weeks after the Lafayette City Council approved similar protections for transgender people.

September 19, 2016

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Lawmaker Who Supported Vaping Bill Takes Job With Company Involved

The FBI questioned lawmakers and an e-cigarette producer about the creation of the state's vaping law at the end of August.

September 15, 2016

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Bloomington Police Arrest Suspect In N. Walnut Rape And Burglary

Police arrested 28-year-old Devin Grounds in connection with a Sept. 5 burglary and sexual assault on North Walnut Street.

September 15, 2016

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Brownsburg Teen Accused Of Supporting ISIS Indicted

A federal grand jury formally indicted Akram Musleh on Wednesday.

September 14, 2016

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Lawyers Questioned Over Indiana’s Syrian Refugees Order

Gov. Pence announced in December he was halting Indiana’s Syrian refugee program. The ACLU filed a lawsuit filed a lawsuit calling the ban "discriminatory."

September 13, 2016

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Parker Faces Life Without Parole If Convicted Of Murdering Toddler

Prosecutors considered seeking the death penalty for the man accused of killing 1-year-old Shaylyn Ammerman.

September 13, 2016

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Howard County Sheriff Missing $1,700 Seized By Slain Deputy

Deputy Carl Koontz's patrol car was left unattended briefly after he was shot in Howard County. Koontz later died from his wounds.

September 13, 2016

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Doe’s female birth name is still on his Indiana ID – and he says that leads to frustration and fear for himself and his family.

Transgender Man Sues To Strike Down Ind. Law Blocking Name Change

Indiana law says only U.S. citizens may legally change their names. This excludes a transgender Mexican immigrant living in Indiana.

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