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  • Wrong Way Driver Killed in Head On Crash on I-65

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    Greenwood, IN- A driver traveling SB in the NB lanes of I-65 at the 99.7 mm was killed early Friday afternoon, July 24th, after running head on into a NB semi-tractor trailer.

    At approximately 1:00 p.m. Indiana state troopers were notified of personal injury crash on I-65 NB at the 99.7 mm (just north of the Greenwood Main Street Exit.) Arriving troopers found the wreckage engulfed in flames. Read more

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  • Coats Calls for Vote to End Federal Funding for Planned Parenthood

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today called for a Senate vote on ending federal funding for Planned Parenthood:

    “In recent weeks, the American people have learned more about the barbaric practices Planned Parenthood uses to take innocent human life. Despite the outrage of millions of Americans, Planned Parenthood’s response has been to blame the messenger or the videographer, without addressing the barbaric practice of harvesting aborted body parts.

    “We need to let Planned Parenthood know that the American people do not support these inhumane practices. Congress should vote to end federal funding for Planned Parenthood before we leave for August recess. I urge Senate leadership to give every Senator the opportunity to affirm that life is a sacred and precious gift that must be protected.”

     

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  • Donnelly: One Step Closer to Reopening the Ex-Im Bank

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly helped the Senate pass a bipartisan amendment last night that would reform and reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, which serves as the official export credit agency of the United States and helps facilitate the export of American goods and services to international markets.  The amendment advanced in the Senate by a vote of 64-29, and now is attached to the Senate legislation that would reauthorize federal highway and transit programs. Funding for federal highway and transit programs is set to expire on Friday July 31, 2015. Read more

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  • Pedestrian Struck on I-74 in a Hit and Run

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    Indianapolis- July 26th at approximately 10:15 PM a woman was struck by a vehicle while walking along I-74 near the 70.6 mile marker. Htoo Say Paw, 54, of Speedway and another woman were walking on the shoulder of  I-74 westbound when she was struck and severely injured by a vehicle. The vehicle that struck her continued westbound on I-74. A witness described the car as a dark colored passenger car. It is believed the car has damage to the front passenger side as a result of this crash. Heavy rain in the area was likely a factor in this crash as visibility was limited. Paw was hospitalized with broken bones, a laceration to the upper thigh and a bruised lung, she is expected to recover. Read more

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  • Pet first aid & CPR training offered at IndyVet Aug. 15

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    INDIANAPOLIS— IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital (IndyVet), central Indiana’s original 24-hour emergency and critical care veterinary center, will host its bi-annual Pet First Aid & CPR training class from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15 at its facility on the city’s southeast side, near Beech Grove.

    The 4-hour class will educate pet owners on how to handle and access a variety of animal-related emergency scenarios. It’s beneficial for anyone who works with or owns companion animals.  Read more

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  • Indiana trooper named national Trooper of the Year

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    Lafayette-Sr. Tpr. Joseph R. Winters, a 10-year veteran of the Indiana State Police, has been recognized nationally for his lifesaving actions.

    The American Association of State Troopers recognized Winters’ heroic actions by naming him the 2015 national Trooper of the Year for saving a family of three from a burning home.  Winters will receive the award at a ceremony on August 3 at 10 a.m. at the Lafayette State Police Post, 5921 SR 43 North, W. Lafayette, IN.  The media is invited to attend. Read more

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  • Donnelly, Flake: States Should Get Fair Share of Federal Highway Funding

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    Washington, D.C. —U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and Jeff Flake (R-AZ) today introduced an amendment to the Senate version of the Surface Transportation Reauthorization bill. Donnelly and Flake’s amendment would ensure for each state a fair share of federal highway funding. Read more

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  • Korea Taekwondo Academy qualifies four athletes for National Team Trials

    July 28, 2015 No comments

    Indianapolis, IN (July 24, 2015) – Korea Taekwondo Academy (KTA), one of Indianapolis’ oldest martial arts schools and home of Indiana’s only taekwondo Olympian, has qualified four athletes to compete at the U.S. National Team Trials on Aug. 7-9, 2015, in Colorado Springs, Colo.

    KTA is sending the most athletes to the 2015 National Team Trials of any school in the state, and is one of only two Indiana schools to participate in the annual event sanctioned by USA Taekwondo, the U.S. governing body for sport. Read more

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  • IDP: Now that CHIP is fully funded by ACA, Does Pence Still Want Full Repeal of the Law?

    July 23, 2015 No comments

    INDIANAPOLIS – Another day, another story about how the Affordable Care Act is doing what it’s supposed to do – provide quality and affordable health insurance to everyday, middle class families. This time, the ACA is expected to fund Indiana’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) by 99.62% over the next two fiscal years. While this is good news for some, if Governor Mike Pence had his way, the ACA would be fully repealed, leaving the over 73,000 Hoosier kids enrolled in CHIP without health insurance. Read more

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  • Children’s Commission Releases Annual Report

    July 23, 2015 No comments

    The annual report for the Commission on Improving the Status of Children in Indiana is now available online at www.in.gov/children. The 35-page report is a window into the collaborative work being done across all three branches of Indiana government to improve the lives of Hoosier children—especially the most vulnerable. The report was developed by the 18-member Commission. Read more

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