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May 23, 2016

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The goal of the renovations is to restore the pavilion to a yearlong destination for dining and recreation, says Dan Bortner, Director of the Department of Natural Resources State Parks and Reservoirs.

Indiana Dunes Implements Changes To Curb Break-Ins

Park officials say those opposed to ongoing development at the Dunes Pavillion could be responsible for the incidents.

May 20, 2016

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Officials Prepare For More Human Trafficking Around Indy 500

Officials say Indiana is a “hub” for human sex trafficking because of the large sporting events it often hosts.

May 20, 2016

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Newborn Blood Sample Case Appealed To Indiana’s High Court

An Indiana couple wants the state supreme court to weigh in on whether newborn blood samples can be destroyed.

May 18, 2016

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Five Years Later, Spierer Disappearance Not A “Cold Case”

IU student Lauren Spierer went missing in June 2011 after a night out partying with friends.

May 17, 2016

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Teen Who Took Oxycodone To Party Will Serve Jail Time

Kyle Treber brought the prescription painkiller Oxycodone to a June 2015 party in Granger. Two brothers were found dead the next day.

May 17, 2016

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How Pfizer’s Ban On Drug Use For Executions Affects Indiana

Lethal injection is the only execution method allowed by Indiana law.

May 16, 2016

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Bloomington resident Daniel E. Messell, 49

Judge Will Question Up To 30 Test Jurors For Messel Trial

Brown Circuit Judge Judith Stewart and lawyers agreed Monday to question each test juror individually June 1 rather than in a group.

May 16, 2016

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Elkhart Co. Benefiting From Marion Co. Jail Overcrowding

Elkhart County is taking some of the inmates from the overcrowded Marion County Jail. Elkhart gets $40 per inmate per day.

May 16, 2016

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Criminal Code Study Provides Lessons For Indiana

The study looked at crime rates in the three years after California passed criminal code reforms similar to those in Indiana.

May 13, 2016

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Who Pays For Indiana’s Death Penalty Cases?

Pursuing a death penalty sentence isn't cheap, but some argue you can't put a price on justice.

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