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The idea that hunters might be setting up blinds on neighboring property, prowling local streets, and possibly following wounded deer into peoples’ yards upset many residents.

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As new COVID-19 cases continue to grow, Gov. Eric Holcomb extended the state’s moratorium on evictions through Aug. 14 and delayed the planned full reopening of the economy through at least the end of August.

Guestvoices
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Prostitution of the public trust, perversion of the Gospel message, prioritizing money and career over real values

– Eric Turner is three for three.

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Embattled state Rep. Eric Turner said Friday he will step down from the General Assembly if he is reelected in November and join a national Christian organization to pursue opportunities in ministry.

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State Rep. Eric Turner will lose his leadership post during the next legislative session after failing to disclose a financial interest in a debate he tried to influence during the last legislative session.

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An under-reported decision by an authoritative group of judges, lawyers and law professors is likely to have a major impact on the future of capital punishment, according to Will McAuliffe, director o

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In a press conference held on Aug. 4, the Indiana Coalition Acting to Suspend Executions (InCASE) outlined the case for a moratorium on capital punishment in Indiana

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When he was a senior in high school, in Syracuse, N.Y., Will McAuliffe played Jean Valjean in a production of Les Mis

érables.