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"Is filed to clear 8 more homicide convictions tied to a former Chicago police detective. Here's Mallory vor broker, highlighting her work, investigating allegations of police misconduct regarding former Chicago police detective Ronaldo Guevara, state's attorney Kim Foxx says. We no longer believe in the validity of these convictions or the credibility of the evidence of these convictions. Three of the 8 men convicted are still behind bars, Guevara has refused to cooperate and has not been charged with a crime, but the city has already spent more than $70 million in settling cases and legal claims involving the notorious former detective. Mallory war broker, 8 90 WLS news. More than two dozen of this murder cases have now been overturned. Governor pritzker in D.C. today at The White House for the president signing of the big chip spill, which is offering billions of dollars in incentives to lure semiconductors back to the country according to crane Chicago. He was joined by executives from rivian for motors and other key industry players in the advanced manufacturing space, rivian is the largest producer of EVs in Illinois and at its normal plant there have been delays due to a shortage of components. The governor and the mayor not wasting any time trying to whoo Indiana companies to move to Illinois, including drug maker Eli Lilly after the Indiana House passed a restrictive abortion law over the weekend. The mayor says companies paying for their employees to go out of state for an abortion won't be enough. What we are seeing is a race to the bottom by these governors who think that pandering to the basis elements of their party is a way to make themselves popular. The way to get campaign donations, the way to burnish their credentials for a 2024 election fight, but they're doing it at the expense of women of people of color of people from the LGBTQ+ community. Eli Lilly warns the decision could lead the company to reassess its presence in Indiana. Among many races on the ballot in the upcoming November election, there are some votes that could have major consequences. Here's Nigel. A new wire points article shedding light on a couple of important issues. First, a referendum called amendment one that if approved would enshrine Illinois union powers into the state constitution. Ted dabrowski president of wire points telling Steve Cochran on WLS. Their costs are what are equal to property taxes. The more power they have, the more power they have to race salaries, negotiate over more issues, strike whenever they want. Another issue on the ballot, a vote to determine whether Republicans take control of the Supreme Court for the first time in decades, and the third important issue to borowsky says a vote for attorney general, which will have a major impact on the state's approach to corruption and criminal justice. Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news. The FBI reading the home of former president Trump agents at the Mar-a-Lago state for hours on Monday sources telling ABC News the raid was related to more than a dozen boxes of documents that they say Trump took with him when he left The White House some of those are considered classified according to the national archives. Trump was not there at the time. Here's ABC's Jonathan Karl. The president's Republican allies in Congress, some of them going so far as to say defund the FBI, Republican leader Kevin McCarthy suggesting that if Republicans win control of the House, he will have investigations in this and saying in a statement, the Department of Justice has reached an intolerable state of weaponized politicization. Well, so far, the Justice Department and attorney general Merrick Garland have been tight lipped on the investigation, former president Trump says the unannounced raid was not necessary or appropriate. WLS news time
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"Bill now goes to the Indiana house and rima shahid with Indiana women for change says protesters are ready, representatives will remember that they represent the people. And the people were out here all day. And they were making their voices heard. Very loud and clear. Ohio's new heartbeat abortion laws in effect in Cleveland wants to help women who need to go to other states. Greg saber reports. Cleveland mayor, Justin Bieber wants to help women who want an abortion, says his law director Mark Griffin. We're going to work with counsel to create a fund so that they can go out of state. Setting up a showdown with the Republican governor and legislature. Ohio's law bans abortions after 6 weeks. Demanding answers in the death of a Georgia woman, CBS Jim crissa, 28 year old Brianna grier died after she fell from a moving police car following her arrest. State investigators say Hancock county, Georgia sheriff's deputies, failed to close the rear passenger side door before driving away. Authorities have not said why she was arrested. Greer was suffering a mental health crisis. And Amnesty International report says the Taliban government is harming women and girls in Afghanistan. The report says that women are being tortured girls are not allowed to attend secondary schools and child marriages on the rise. Masuda Sultanate unfreeze Afghanistan, a coalition of U.S. and Afghan women who advocate for citizens there was part of a delegation that visited that nation recently and says Afghan women are in peril. Sultan says since foreign aid was cut off when the Taliban took over a year ago, some are selling their daughters and boiling grass to feed their families. CBS Allison keyes. President Biden has again tested positive for COVID as David agus says the antiviral drug tax levied is very effective, but four or 5, 6 days later, there could be a rebound in the virus levels. You can be detectable. Classically, it's a very mild case. And lasts just a few days. The president says he has no symptoms
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"On Saturday. It all started when at least two cars opened fire around the intersection of Georgia avenue and longfellow street. Here's assistant chief ashan Benedict. To this point was two vehicles we headed northbound on Georgia avenue, opened fire on a group of individuals that were on longfellow walking. Those individuals returned fire at these two vehicles. Police then followed one of the cars to fort slocum park on Madison street, just a few blocks away. They shot a man with a gun who did not follow their commands. The man was taken to hospital with critical injuries, other armed men inside the vehicle got away to other people, suffered non life threatening injuries during the earlier exchange of gunfire. COVID rebound for President Biden, he's tested positive again, which is something that can happen in some cases for people taking the antiviral pill packs lovit made by pizer. It's not exactly known because this packs love it is so effective against preventing hospitalizations for these more serious COVID cases. It was kind of rushed onto the market. And so the data is still coming in. The head of the COVID response team here at The White House says these relapse cases are rare and they're in the single digits, but the good news is even if you rebound most of these cases are mild 90% of people who take this day out of the hospital, the president is not going back on the medication. He's just going to isolate and wait until he gets another negative COVID test. That's his TBS Christina rafini at The White House. It's four 33. And some residents in Appalachia are returning to flood ravaged homes and communities today to try to salvage what they can. Governor Andy beshear of Kentucky says search and rescue operations are ongoing in the region hit by deadly flash flooding. Our goal is to get as many people to safety as possible. And as people in these areas are looking at the next couple of days, make a plan for Sunday afternoon through Monday when the storms leave. Make sure you are in a safe place. I don't want to lose one more person. Rescue teams are trying to get into those hard hit areas where at least 25 people have died, that number is expected to grow, and most of the state is under a flood watch, for today. Four 34, Indiana Senate has had a new abortion ban bill to the house there. It comes in the wake of the Supreme Court's turning back the matter to the state. The only exceptions are for rape, incest, and substantial risk to the mother's life, even some proponents recognize that that could lead to a broad definition of the term risk. The booze enchants from hundreds of hoosiers in the hallway could be heard inside the Indiana Senate chamber, as lawmakers debated the proposed abortion ban. Roll call shows
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"A cold a bad hole Luckily I recovered pretty quickly She's in D.C. now for the winter meeting of the national conference of mayors and plans to meet with White House officials over the growing crime problems in Chicago The Chicago police officer convicted in the 2014 shooting death of Laquan McDonald as days away from walking out of prison after just over three years behind bars Jason Van Dyke will be released on February 3rd Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder and aggravated battery in the killing of McDonald whom he shot 16 times Van Dyke's 81 month sentence was effectively cut in half for good behavior in prison Legendary Chicago children show host Bill Jackson has died We get more from Nick Gale You'll remember him from BJ and the dirty dragon and giggle snort hotel which were mainstays on many Chicago TV stations I hope I get some mail today Mister mayor have you seen weird anywhere No not lightly Wally It's being reported that Jackson was in the hospital with COVID last week but had been released Jackson died at his home in California at the age of 86 Nick Gale 8 90 LS news House Republicans are pushing a proposal that would severely limit workplace COVID-19 vaccination rules even with resistance from Republican governor Eric holcomb and GOP Senate leaders The Indiana House voted in favor And it's now in the Indiana Senate's hand supporter say protects individual rights by forcing employers to grant exemptions and limit them to requiring a COVID test no more than once a week governor holcomb says it wrongly interferes with decisions of private businesses And gas prices are slowly inching back up Here's Alex stone It's not a huge increase but it is the second week in a row the gas prices have been inching up according to new data from the energy department in the past week the average price of regular unleaded rising to three 31 a gallon in the U.S. 93 cents higher than at this time last year California remains a place with the most expensive gas on average in California regular unleaded costs four 50 a gallon the cheapest gas is in Texas at two 91 a gallon Alex stone EBC news WLS news time is 1104 As for traffic there is not everything is running smoothly out there at a good pace We'll bring you another update 15 minute do you Hi my name is Joe And I'm a home decor over spender I made a breakthrough I found HomeSense It's unreal So many brand names sofas I bought one It's okay.
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"Indiana pi the the number. Pi pie is a long rational number. And it's tough to remember may be the indiana house of representatives passed a bill in eighteen ninety seven finding the value of pi. Three point to come fucking lazy. Yeah out v three one four. It's literally pie. Nah whatever three met so that actually didn't pass so thankfully a math student across state or thankfully faulk was it say masters across the state mathematician intervened in the bill stalled in the senate and never passed but they tried which just embarrassing itself. What year was that awkward ago. 1897 there in iowa. You're not allowed to buy cars or rv's on sundays. It is illegal to sell. Automobiles are on sunday like a religious thing. I don't dude say this off one car dealership in kansas At one point it was illegal to put him on top. now what the fuck and fortunately for dessert lovers. That law is not enforced in kansas. Oh sorry go ahead keep going. I was just thrown in a little joke. They're gonna get in kentucky Reptiles or not allowed in religious services at the very thing in louisiana bear wrestling is illegal spares gay. Yeah then Illegal animal people care. No i thought. I thought the associated if you you. Yeah all right. Louisiana maine There's no dancing bars alcohol unless they haven't been special Amusement permit no dancing in maine. There's no dancing at a bar that sells alcohol unless they have a special amusement burnt maryland. Data's legal deeper finely curse or swear or use obscene language upon or near any street sidewalk or high within the hearing person passing by upon or along street sidewalk highway. so no swearing hock. Don't play our podcast out loud twentieth walking down the street that we suck in massachusetts. There is a fine if used seeing the national anthem incorrectly. What now we'll don't let fergie go to any sports games there In michigan there is a state law. Saying it's illegal for a person to be in an offensive state of intoxication on a train. Arc michigan can't be drunk on a train mirka in being fuck.
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"The Republicans were laying down the law Democrats who didn't come back and finish the legislative session. Would be fined for every day. They didn't show up then House Speaker Brian Bussmann Well, I had our staff go back and research every time that defined had been had been landed in the state Legislature, but they had always been waived without exception. They had been levied and then when people came back They were waved and never paid. I made it abundantly clear that if they the Democrats did not return that we were going to adopt finds and I was not going to have a waiver provision. Bosma says. There were actually two rounds of fines, and even though they did ultimately wave some of the times, not everybody at the Legislature's rich And there are some who subsiding the then $21,000, a year that was received $11,000 a year plus plus podium. Bussmann says the Democratic legislators ultimately paid about $1250 apiece, but that was after several fights in court and a ruling from the state Supreme Court. The Democrats were facing pressure, and by late March, it was time to come home. Remember us having lunch with a friend of mine? Who's a progressive Democrat? We we get along really well with different politics. Abdul Hakim shabbas with Indy politics dot org's Recalls that some people in the public were paying attention to what was going down at the statehouse and in Illinois. And so what? We're having lunch. I asked the waitress who was was servants like you see, Miss National question. I'd like you pay attention of the government policies like no, not realize again. Let me ask you this. If you didn't show up for work, would you expect to be paid and she was like, no Just pretty is pretty simple. No, my friends like well, let's say your bosses treating you unfairly. She's like, well, that doesn't matter. If I don't show up for work, you don't get paid, like see, and that's where I thought most of most of the nonpartisan People were is they don't see right to work or all the all the intricacies of politics. What they see is people aren't showed up toe do the job, and so they actually do the job Watch they get paid. It looked like there was a lot of attention coming to the issue. Andy Downs, director of the mike down Center for Indiana politics, So even if you know 95% of the population was not paying attention, the group that was paying attention was a very active group of individuals. If you ask the folks who were involved, I think what they would say is what brought them back Watch. The negotiation. The fact that the Republican Caucus and Democratic caucus were willing to unable to reach some sort of an agreement about how things were going to proceed for the rest of that session. They would, they would say, that's what happened. In other words, the Democrats would say no, the tactic work. We negotiated a Nagre mint, and the agreement kept right toe work off the plate for that session. Negotiations happened That wouldn't have happened Otherwise he slowed the process down. I'm sure there are some people who would like to say no, you chickened out. Because of the fines or the punishment was becoming too severe, and you weren't really willing to stand up for your principles, and that's why you came back. But you know, we we can't know that without climbing into the minds of the people who were involved in March, 28 after negotiations and an agreement that the right to work bill would no longer be considered by the Indiana House. Walkout was over. The Democrats returned and joined representative Steve similar, the lone Democrat to remain in Indianapolis the entire time. I don't want to say everybody just came back and went back to business, but it was pretty much so like that there may have been an underlying, you know, under tow to it, where people might have been upset, but you couldn't mean people were there to do their jobs, and they were back to do their job, and WeII kept every Every quote threat that we made same calendar, not going away the fines and we're gonna pick up right where we left off. We stuck with that and made it very none of it was a surprise because I said it almost every day for 25 business days out of 36 Legislature was still being paid to make laws and they did way ended on time. That took some light nights to make that very late. A lot of very late nights to make that happen. But we we continued through and completed the session without an extension without a special section, which was very proud of. I think it probably did compress things a little bit. Um, but that's that was hardly the first time we was always our viewpoint.
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"10 men's basketball tournament will be played in Indy Rob Connor reports. Big 10 conference is moving next month's men's basketball tournament from Chicago to Indianapolis. All games will be at Lucas Oil Stadium starting Wednesday, March 10th with the championship being played on Sunday, March 14th. That's the same day in the N C. Double A reveals the bracket for the March Madness tournament, which will also be played in indie romcom. It 93 WBC Mobile News, the second Trump impeachment trial. This was a day dedicated to arguments. Over whether the trialist constitutional boxes Rachel Sutherland has more from the White House defense counsel Bruce Castor argued there's no need for a trial. Because Trump is no longer in office. The object of the constitution has been achieved. He was removed by the voters, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin says, failing to move forward and convict since wrong message to future presidents. It's an invitation to the president. To take his best shot. At anything he may want to do on his way out the door tomorrow, Impeachment managers will start 16 hours of arguments making their case against Trump. Then the defense team will have its turn. At the White House. Rachel Sutherland boxes in Indiana House committee has backed away from gutting the governor's coronavirus restrictions, but first added an amendment slapping new regulations on social media. Fort Wayne Republican Bob Morris voted yes, these companies Are getting our dad and using our data and making Ah, lot of money off Hoosiers and $50,000 Fine, maybe.
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"Cloudy and 24 degrees. Mostly cloudy tonight. Scattered snow showers tomorrow. I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending. It's 602. And Indiana House committee has passed a bill that would make it easier for legislators to push back on the governor's emergency order. House Majority Leader Matt Lehman's bill would give the 16 member Legislative Council the ability to call the House and Senate back into session If the governor declares an emergency. Yes, I think, sets the table for where we go in the future. I'm not looking the rear view mirror on this and try and look at things happen again. How quickly can we pivot? I think we'd all agree to somewhere between the first day and nine months of unchecked there needs to be about The bill also exempt houses of worship from emergency orders and requires county commissioners who approve any local health orders stricter than the states. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile Me a lot of great basketball in Indianapolis in March, not just March Madness with the capital city is the focal point but also the annual Big 10 men's tournament. But so far, nobody can tell you whether you'll get to buy tickets to those big 10 games. Stay tuned. Sunday is Valentine's Day, keeping it romantic and a pandemic might be a challenge. But Madison McGill reports it could be done. It involves taking a page from your Grandparent's love story. 365 letters I wrote you every day for you to think back to what our grandparents used to do Whatever they were apart. Love Nutters is a wonderful kind of old throwback way that it's really a meaningful way to get to know one Another doctor, Amanda Miller, with the sociology department at you, Indy said. In the long run, this pandemic has the potential to have a positive impact on relationships. Madison Gil.
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"Indiana's a general assembly is one step closer to changing control over landlord tenant issues. The state Senate voted to overturn the governor's veto of a bill to block cities from regulating rental properties. You said. Stan Klein says there's opposition on both sides of the aisle. The Republican governor, along with a few Republican senators and Democrats in the chamber as well. This is all about Senate Bill 1 48, which the governor vetoed last year. The bill was passed just months after Indianapolis passing ordnance, forcing landlords to give a bill of rights to their tenants. Talked to Grant Anderson, a landlord with about 20 rental homes and central Indiana, he says while it would be nice to have one set of rules state wide, this issue is not all that poured to him as long as cities. Don't start passing rules that would limit, for instance, his ability to raise rent or rules that would increase his fees on evicting attendant. He's more focused on the current moratorium in place. Meanwhile, tenant advocates side with the governor and strongly oppose the Senate's veto override Monday. They're worried the bill could have some far reaching consequences and keep cities from taking basic actions. Protected citizens who rent I don't think it's going to be that big of a deal instead of the city, saying, Hey, do this trivia state doing it and saying, OK, this is what we're gonna do. As a state. There is no friendly tenant provisions within these bills at off couldn't enforce a landlord sexually harassing a female tenants. Under its human rights and Human relations ordinance. All of that is up in the air. Senate President Pro TEM Roderick Bray declined to be interviewed on this story and issued a statement. It's now up to the Indiana House to either override the veto or let it stand. They have until the end of session to decide. I'm Dan Klein for a wish TV wish TV dot com and be sure to follow us on Facebook. Several officials have issued statements since the boat saying.
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"D y b C, calm. You're back with Mark and Rob. And I know everybody is anxiously awaiting your rant. But there has been an update on the Claudia Conway Kellyanne Conway story 15 minutes ago, Claudia Conway is now urging people on Tic Tac to stop calling the authorities. She said that she and her mother will be quote taking a break from social media to work on their relationship. And she has emphasized that making threats against her family also puts her in danger. And then she says, quote I know my mom would never have. Proposed anything to hurt me like that intentionally, and I do believe she was hacked. How much would you pay to be a fly on the wall of that home? Alright, because that was either that was either co worst And like tomorrow, she's gonna be back saying My mom is crazy or this is legit. I have no idea. I hate you for getting me interested this family. Okay. Now proceed with your rant. All right, So this this happened yesterday, and, um Is really gross. I mean, it's really gross, regardless of what party you're in. It's really gross of who you voted for. For governor. Whatever. Because, um, I I need I need a wind in the wind through this because it leads to somewhere important. I need to do a little back story on this. And what happened yesterday is House Bill 11 34 past three Elections Committee in the Indiana House. It was 94 so the way yes, so the way it works is it goes to these committees. As we talked about Rules committee in the past, etcetera, these committees decide what they're gonna do with the bill vote on and then it goes to the entire house to be voted on. And then if it clears the house and the Senate can choose to take it up. So this was step one. Of the process, but the fact that even got to step one is completely horrific. And remember last week when we talk about the needless shutdown of the government, and we talked about one of the very clear reasons they didn't want to do. It was they do not want, which is in rules Committee right now, that bill on the governor's emergency declaration to come to a vote because all these all these lawmakers for 10 months were Johnny tough guy. And all the people who said it's okay to vote for, Holcomb said while the Legislature will rain man when when they get in there. It's fine now, though, for 10 months all these guys Yeah, we're gonna get in their work. We're gonna give it to him. Nothing. They've done nothing. Now that was one part of the shutdown. The other part of the shutdown was no one knows what's going on now because they canceled all legislative work for a week, So things were just popping up left and right now. And this is one of the things and to credit to Brandon Smith, Brandon J. Smith. He works for Ah, public broadcasting here in Indiana, who reported this? He's really the only dude who was talking about this. And so he's Ah, hero in this because what happens is these little bitty bills go through these committees in the wink of an eye on with Them shutting down the state House for a week and all legislative activity. What you do is as a person you will look at these bills if you want. You have to know what you're looking for, which is Hard, but then, if you know, then you can plot it out. OK, that's going to get a hearing a week from Tuesday, so I need to take time off work and need to go down and even blah, blah, blah, blah Obama. We can't do that, because I shut everything down. And then just Fired back up. There's no time for people to be able to accommodate their lives to be able to go take their own time doesn't testify on these bills. And what this bill did, and it was passed 94 all Republicans. Yes. All Democrats know that should tell you something right there on elections. Is it's going to require Libertarian candidates to get 4500 signature statewide for statewide candidates. That's US senator or governor. Get on the ballot. And what was the role before on the way it's set up right now is that ballot access in the state of Indiana, where you could be on the the general election ballot in the fall? You don't declare in the state of Indiana. When you go vote you say I wanted a Democrat ballot or Republican ballot. That is. You don't declare party just every year. You're eligible to go vote. You just tell me what What about you want you vote in the primary? Ballot access in the state of Indiana is done by the secretary of state election. So the secretary of state elections very important as long as a major. Any party gets 2% and the secretary of state's rights, they automatically get fall ballot access. So this 2022. It will be the secretary State selection. As long as libertarians and all the other parties get 2%. They get fall ballot access for primary ballot access. You have them. I think it's 10% of the secretary of state's race. So the law that has been decided for years Now is this says Okay, Republicans, Democrats, You get your 10%. You have primary access libertarians. You get your 2%. You don't get to be in primaries, but you can nominate your candidate at convention and then you have ballot access in the fall. And that's the way it should be done, period. The idea that taxpayers pay for private entities which that's what primaries political parties are their private clubs. That you have to ask to be a member of and the fact that taxpayers are asked to pay for primaries to the tune of millions of dollars Every single year is a total scam. It's a baby, you are paying for free advertisement for these political parties, and you should be outraged about that. That aside, the agreement was made. There's never been an issue with this. The libertarians have never objected to. It hasn't been a thing years a decade now. I think that at least that they've had this rule that okay, As long as we get our 2% were on the ballot fine. Nobody's had a problem with it. Nobody's raised issue the on Lee.
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"A quote. That's 84 for a quote because you don't have to be stuck on the side of the road to get assistance from Triple A This is continuing the election coverage. Here's network, Indiana Statehouse bureau chief Eric Bourbon. Good evening. We are nearing the end of the counting for tonight, lots more to come tomorrow We have called another congressional race, or we should say The Associated Press in the networks have called it, Uh, Jackie will Gorski, who was in a tighter than expected race for much of the night. That got a lot less tight. As more of the county's reported their vote totals. She ends up winning that race handily for another term in Congress in the second District. Defeating Democrat Pat Hackett the one congressional race still too close to call and will remain so until tomorrow. That is the fifth District congressional race. Republican victorious parts Democrat Christina Hale. That's the seat being vacated by Republican Susan Books. Victoria Sparks has declared victory in that race. But there are a lot of votes still out there 30,000 absentee votes in Hamilton County, which will not be counted until tomorrow. Still some county going on in Marion County, which could narrow the gap as well with the moment it is a 51 44% lead for victorious parts. That's about a margin of 19,000 votes. In the other congressional races. That was all chalk. Frank James van, the new congressman from the first district and re election for Jim Banks, Jim Baird, Greg Pence, Andre Carson, Larry Bouchon and Trey Hollingsworth. It's looking like a three Potential pickups for Republicans in the Indiana House, they could lose a state Senate seat. Democrats are leading city Republicans heir leading for pickups for two seats in Lake County. The seats of representative Lisa Back of Crown Point and Chris Chunk of Schererville. It appears the Republican Zach Pain will pick up the Cito, former House Minority leader Terry Good and down and Quivers Ville. Indianapolis Senator John Ruckelshaus, trailing just slightly in his race for reelection to his Indianapolis Senate seat. That's another one. We're re await the Marion and Hamilton County returns there, listening to network to Deanna. We'll check in one more time with our political analyst Abdulhakim cigars a door. We didn't even touch on the Tuesday two races at the top of the ballot, or really the three races at the top of the ballot. Donald Trump, easily winning Indiana's electoral votes. And, once again 60% of the vote. 11 electoral votes on the board and call come winning a landslide reelection and Todd Rakia is Indiana's next attorney general. Any surprises in any of those Ah little bit of surprise with Donald Trump because he actually performed a little bit better. This go around that he did four years ago with Joe Biden actually performed about four points less than Hillary Clinton did. Back in 2016 the governor's race up like said no surprise whatsoever. We figured Eric would win. I figured Eric might like 50. What's 36 57%? The vote. I think it may be 52 55. Maybe a little bit more wood went to have done Rainwater and Todd Ricketts is just one of the baseline for Republicans here in the state of Indiana, Even though the do the attorney general elect has contracted the Corona virus. Pretty much the entire year. Eric Holcomb has been the overwhelming favorite for re election. The only point where that wasn't true was there was that one poll which we can now say it was an outlier. But there was that one poll that showed Don rainwater, a 24% about double what he ended up with. And Erik all come down to 36% of those numbers reverted. It's going to be holding with about 58%. What happened to Democrat Woody Myers? You're in the middle of a pandemic. You have the former state health commissioner running And that parachute just never opened that parachute didn't open. Also, when we're having a discussion on race, when Mars would have been the first African American governor of state of Indiana, I think part of it was just the pandemic, the difficulty in raising money and also on If you look at the way the way Democrats were performed across Indiana, they have news us a major soul search. You figure out what they did what they did wrong. This has been election night coverage on network Indiana. It's an election night that will continue into election Wednesday. I'm Eric Berman. Its continuing election coverage brought to you by the window with Chris Davis. Eric Berman Abdulhakim Shabbas, former Indiana speaker of the House. John Gray had the entire network Indiana News team and now an interview with the state Republican Party chairman Kyle Huffer Network, Indiana's Rob Our childhood for first off. Congratulations. What a great night Not just for Governor Holcomb, but the Republican Party all together in the state of Indiana, right? Wow, it it just shows you what teamwork. Can accomplish And what You know, consistent. Strong leadership by Republican elected officials now over a long period of time. I can accomplish And I think we've built a brand here in Indiana. It is very strong as a Republican party on but showing tonight. I mean, you know there's a lot of votes still be to be counted. So we probably won't know all the final results and records and things for a few days, But We're certainly going to set a few In several different races. Governor Holcomb mentioned in his speech tonight. Something about creative campaigning or what words What exactly was he talking about? Their well, the whole thing, right? I mean, You know whether it was everybody making calls when we were hunkered down it started with, you know, wasn't campaigning but the convention we had to completely redo the national convention. We had to redo. Tonight, you know, having a couple different rooms using so that we could monitor the crowd and keep everybody below levels of the city is set for safety. S O, thereby giving mask And, um you know, we didn't know we did no bus tour things that we would do normally, I mean, I couldn't pack a full bus with with 60 people in good conscience and drive around the state or have big crowds. We didn't let ourselves get drug down into the mud is other people tried to have us do we stayed above the fray? And I think that pays off. I think Hoosiers appreciated her time and time again during the campaign. How proud they were of the campaign. Well, you're running talking about the state of Indiana. Was there anything that surprised you tonight? As of now, it looks like we've held every Hamilton County seat victorious. Sparks is ahead. We'll see where that holds. Um, but time and time again. I think that you know our counterparts of Democrat party trying to sell this narrative that There's a significant shift in the blue waves coming in time and time again. We prove that wrong, so our voters air are committed on DH. They're proud of what the party's accomplished. I think they're going to continue to turn out. Governor Holcomb ended his speech, saying it's time to get to work. It's time to get busy. So what are the next steps? Well, I mean, he'll start laying out that agenda over the next couple months. He'll He'll be right back to work tomorrow with his weekly press conference Cove, It is not going away contrary toe. Some of the folks who think that today was the last day of code, but it's not more and more people have been impacted by this and I and I think is more and more people are impacted. And they personally know someone who's been impacted. I'm hoping that that continues to drive folks to change their habits, you know, wearing a mask. Isn't that difficult when you're in close proximity, others No Kobe Kobe will clearly be a focus from now. Until there's a vaccine. It'll be probably dominate the statehouse conversations I would expect between Health issues and then also the budgetary impacts. But we have been disciplined, had a great surplus overtime, and I think that's going to see us through this difficult times. We've discussed anything else you'd like to add. All right, Kyle Home for chairman. Thank you so much Appreciate. Okay. Thank you Appreciate that. All right Network Indiana and its statewide election coverage. Thank you for tuning in S O tonight, a victory for a major victory for Republicans in the Indiana Legislature in the General Assembly. The Republicans maintaining The super majority, and in fact Democrats losing ground there. As far as that goes, you just heard Kyle Hopper, who was TheStreet Republican Party chair, talking about what the Republicans are doing from here, forward..
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"By the window. With Chris Davis. Eric Berman Abdulhakim Shabbas, former Indiana speaker of the House, John Grey on the entire network Indiana news team. All right. I don't want to talk. About President Trump in Indiana and a CZ you have heard already President Trump easily wins Indiana. But that does not mean that a win for Trump is easy across the entire country going to delay that for a minute, though, and go to AA, the speaker of the Indiana House, Todd Houston. And talk for a moment about the Republican victories that have happened tonight. Speaker Houston You're among a group of Victor's this evening in Indiana, and it looks like the super majority remains in the Indiana House. He doesn't feel that way and Well, thank you for taking the time. Well, thank you. Well, time. Hey, ducking spots. You my friend are a couple questions for you, Bob. How? What is the new majority going to look like? Because we had heard that the Danish. I ble yourself, Jerry tour. We're kind of on the edge there for a little bit. But we also heard that you folks were look like you're having some tests with representative Chung. Up in the north. Also very good in the south and in a few other places here in Indiana. Yeah, well, we were cautiously optimistic. Right now. We will expand our majority. It's been a good day and good evening and there's been strong. We don't know quite yet because Enough outstanding votes on the Syrians discouraged, But you know the trend line right now for us that that will be fortunate, expand on the Jordan and we'll we'll see how much bigger will be. John. Greg, Congratulations to you. Thank you, John. Well, I wanna wish you well. I was one of the few people that knew Terry good. One of a few Democrats that knew Terry Gooden had a race on these hands because I recruited Terry back 20 years ago, and we had talked in the last 2 2.5 weeks and he saw what was being done down there and said that you know, the Democrat brand has just disintegrated in southern Indiana. I've told Abdul and Chris here tonight when I left the house in 2002. There were 23 Democrats. Southie, US, 40 and with representative Good in being gone, there will be four. And one of them's Matt Pearce and blooming and we all know booming sands. Not really southern Indiana. So we've seen seen a realignment. It was of the re alignment I had hoped for coz you guys look like you're hanging on in the suburban Ian see? Cheers included. So what the Democrats had hoped for? Didn't come so You know, I do want to congratulate you on that'll that although that's not my personal wishes, I know you worked. I know you worked hard to get that. We did, and we did work hard. And you know, there was a lot of stories John about, you know, the suburban area and look, you know, I'm not gonna lock the door horse in the last five months and And you have me. Awesome. Yeah, the way you have to own it and suburban district down and we were fortunate to own it. But in the district like the back paying just wanted in South East Indiana. It is very favorable dots, and I think you know the environment is there and and that really worked hard and was able to capitalize on it in the six years. I was there we never the Democrats never had a majority larger than 52. You could really easily You know, you're really easily going to end up with Possibly 68 9 17 that has its challenges, something that I don't know about, but I know it's got him and you've got to throw redistricting in on top of that, And so it's going to be. You're going to have some interesting challenges this year. Well, in a way have ah, a budget year or the mist of a pandemic. You know they will be. There will be a lot going on a lot of things. Well, the deal is we want to keep moving. Indiana world We think we got a great story to tell and attracting folks and businesses. Indiana helping go on Indiana businesses, But yeah, there's going to be that's going to be the increased majority will bring some challenge was worth it, but we won four challenges. I got a question for you The don rainwater factor. Rainwater got 12% of the vote. Some of those more ideological conservatives or biological Republicans weren't crazy about the about the mass mandate or or something of things. The governor did. Will there be any sort of move or or pushback when you folks come back? You know, in In January. Or are things gonna basically stay as they are? Indoor referred you endorsed the pushback in what a CE faras the governor's emergency authority to the claret emergency. Todo do the mandates that sort of thing. Yeah, we do You not think of this before. I mean, there's a general consensus within our caucus. Um, look, this is a unique extraordinary times. We never really imagined public health crisis. They want. You know, we've never lived in mist of a pandemic and and like this, and we never imagine a time when we have you know exactly borders and play, not for weeks or for emergency persons, Weeks or Or or, you know, short periods of time, But months and months upon end then and there's a proper place. They go back and look at that and figure out what the right balance is again. I think government welcomes, you know L'm in waters there no easy decisions During these times. You saw terrific job, but I think that's sad Part is that you needed to work there and we will look at it. Well, well, amendments or what we think. Makes sense, understanding that you were all looking through a new lens that none of us on March 11th last year. Remember mansion when we're obsession, what would happen just literally that later that week, so we'll look at it and will make you think of the necessary Changes or their counterparts in the Senate and work for the government, his team to find the right spot all that any decisions made yet on how the state Legislature will meet in January..
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"Susan Brooks. Governor Holcomb is your governor for another four years, along with his lieutenant governor, Suzanne Crouch, Eric Holcomb is thie. Statehouse bureau chief for network Indiana and the chief political correspondent. Now, Eric Berman. I want to talk about what's happening with not only a presidential race, but the congressional races and the race for state attorney general that looks like a has been won by the Republican Todd Makita, who announced earlier today he has Corona virus. Yeah, This may make him feel a little bit better. Maybe that physically but it certainly of the good news that he hoped for today. As he convalesce is the parakeet up by about eight points on Jonathan winds up for the vote, starting to come in from the big Democratic strongholds in Lake and marry in counties and not really denting his lead very much tawdry. Kita is expected to win that race. Call come. Of course you just heard on the air, giving his victory speech. That is something of a historic margin. Governor Holcomb right now leading that race by 28 points over Woody Myers. That would give Dr Myers thie second lowest percentage of the vote for any major party candidate for governor. So just a blowout reelection for Eric Holcomb there in the congressional races just to that we're still watching victorious parts has taken over the lead in the fifth District. That's certainly the one getting the most attention in Indiana and, indeed, nationally. Well, she leads that race right now, 51 to 45%. Here's the problem, though Hamilton Marion County make up a huge chunk of the majority of the vote in that district. Hamilton County has 30,000 votes that they will not be able to count tonight. They are going to cut those smart. They've got a few more Machines that they're going to count yet tonight, but that count continues on Wednesday. We don't know how many roads will go on candidate Marion County, but they've been saying since yesterday. They don't expect to be done counting. Until Thursday or Friday. So there's lots of room for for that margin to narrow, But at the moment, it's victorious parts by about 18,000 votes in the second district. That one I don't know was on too many people's radar that is turning into something of a sleeper, though again. The catch is what votes are still outstanding Tacular. Worse, he leading the Democrat Pat Hack it by just six points. 53 47, But one of the county's that is still missing where they had some machine problems is Elkhart County, which is heavily Republican. That should expand remorse. Keys lead up there. But still that race along with with the fifth raids, UN called. We should mention we've alluded to this a couple of times. The Democrats were hoping to break the Republican supermajority in the Indiana House. We just need to gain one seat to do that. It is possible that they will lose ground there. They're trailing in two seats up in northwest Indiana, both of those air rematches from two years ago. Crown Point representative lease of Beck, who knocked off Julie Althoff two years ago, now trailing her by four points next door in Schererville Christiane, who narrowly beat Hell, Slager two years ago, trailing him by six points. And we're also hearing as we mentioned earlier that the former House minority leader Terry Gooden, eyes trailing down in South eastern Indiana. All right, checking in with what's happening across the state to have with the network Indiana affiliate. Owuor X and w x zero in Madison. I'm a J. Brammer on network Indiana. It was a strong knight for the Republicans in Jefferson County on the federal, state and local levels. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence carry 9659 votes in Jefferson County. To Joe Biden and common Harris is 4731 governor. Holcomb also performed well in Jefferson County with 9074 votes to Woody Myers is 3710 Gregg Pens carried 9462 votes in Jefferson County in route to re election for the U. S. House of Representatives and District six Democrats routinely Lake had 4546 votes. The success for the Republicans on the top of the ballot carried into the local races in Jefferson County. With the Republicans sweeping all eight of the contested races. 66.97% of registered voters in Jefferson County cast ballots in the election, including 5662 early voters. For w R x w X studio and network INDIANA. I'm a J. Brammer. What do you take from that? He's talking about high voter turnout. You see this all across the state in just 30 seconds Abdul or John Greg these long lines. Do you see that? It has benefited Trump in Indiana or Biden. Which do you think? Obviously, I would say Boss and Donald Trump is winning, declared winner of Indiana. I think the early voting in the rural areas favored him. I think the early voting in the urban areas favor favor job I I think they're probably split maybe little bit more than the biting people feel compelled to in suburbia. All right, coming up in just a moment You will hear from Republican Party headquarters where Governor Holcomb just finished speaking. There is some unfinished business there tonight, and also you will hear more about what's happening in some of the rural parts of Indiana. With statewide election coverage. You'll only hear it like this right here on network, Indiana Hind Chris Davis. Thank you for tuning. This's the.
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"Demonic haunting in a Indiana House in nineteen seventy and Kokomo KOKOMO INDIANA. Now all the research from this for this episode came from one source. That's kind of odd but source is a blog for the young woman who grew up in the house inexperienced everything that happened in their no better source than the people that experienced it. I would say that's what I thought. I figured you know. First tending a retelling is the best source for so it's a Lana Brock that blog spot dot com and. She has a post entitled growing up in Haunted House She also this is also the treatment that she used to send an Sifi that they read when they picked her to tell her story on an episode of paranormal witness entitled Libbers From Evil. That is fantastic and as a Season Three episode five. So if you're looking for which one it is season. Three Up Safai delivers from evil. And of course being a forty five fifty minutes show. They don't have time to go over everything that happened. Of course mats which. You're getting what you're basically getting from the show as a reader's digest version of the events that happened. They always do that they have. They have to abbreviate it. There's no way that they could take into account every single thing because it would run for our exactly exactly. Yeah Yeah Heaven Forbid they actually take the time to make more than one or two episodes and give you the full story. Now they got a criminal and forty five minutes I would. I would definitely watch like a two parter if they did something like that because you know they they turn they make these stories that they make them into longer Versions I usually like a direct to video or a Hollywood movie. And at that point it's embellishing so much that he really can't tell what's real and what's not and I get it. You know these these shows and stuff only have so much. The only have so many episodes per season you know. They've got tons of locations. So yeah they're going to have to spread it out so I get it the great down so that's just the way. Yeah exactly all right. It's getting to the story. So it takes place Anna a beginning in one thousand nine hundred seventy in Kokomo Indiana. Wow and Roger Brooke thought they got the deal century when they were able to purchase the house at twenty two twenty North Street. Five thousand dollars. Five grand five grand. The average cost to purchase a house in the US in. Nineteen seventy was twenty three thousand dollars. So they'd certainly seemed like the American dream. Come true but yeah as you said. Pride flag in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. The family began expansion of the four room. Cement Block House. A living room bedroom added to the front of the House and an additional bedroom was built in the attic. And by nineteen seventy eight. The family also expanded their size by two. They went from five members to seven by nineteen seventy eight and just how that Aplin. I'll we know that was when the family began to feel that something was different about their house. The family consisted of father. Roger Mother an daughters Mary Lisa in Lana who were twins and sons Rogers Junior and James and sam the dog. There's always a dog as always gotta be built crashing in the house. It was Lana. Who would eventually tell the story to the world through her blog entry and growing up in haunted house and as part of the TV series? Pernod witness W mentioned earlier. Lana I began to realize that. Something was different in nineteen seventy. When she was eleven years old she began sensing an unseen presence and Hearing Footsteps Rustling against the carbon in the back part of the house then one morning when she was alone in the House Lana began flashes of white light zoom pastor in her perfume vision now at right before You get into the next part. We want to make a little quick paranormal note. Here that sensitives and people who are susceptible to paranormal activity experience more of this going to the puberty years I remember you know the number that from when we were researching like that so this may have just been her awakening so to say right. She may be sensitive you know she was in Lebanon. She's Air Inter that that theory to realize that age. So yeah yeah might have been what happened here so yeah I mean that's that's a very very good theory okay. She searched the kitchen not finding any reason for the light deciding to see if she could see the light at night. She sat in the dark in the kitchen that night as she got ready to call it a night it appeared emerged from the attic and moving into the kitchen before dissipating into the ceiling. She described it as quote a distorted. Bit of light. Bright so fast. It made it blurry to my side as I try to define it after that incident. She became aware of heavy extremely sad presence. In the house. From the ages of eleven to sixteen she felt something dark. Was infesting the house with the activity ramping. Up In one thousand nine hundred eighty two when she was fifteen bouillabaisse neighbor day. One hot summer night. She was sleeping on the floor of the room. She shared with her two sisters as she slept near the box. Van That keep cool. She distinctly heard over the sound of the fan tapping on the walls and ceiling. She then heard the wrestling footsteps crossing the carpet. Coming closer to her. She dare not open your eyes to see if someone was standing over her. She suddenly had the sensation of movement and began Filler Body. Leaving the floor despite being terrified beyond movement a moment before this new sensation scared her even more and she jumped up and into the top of their bunk bed next to her twin Lisa. She laid there with blankets over our head shaking but refused to explain what was going on now. Awoken Lisa a few months later. She was awoken at three in the morning to a knock on their bedroom door looking under the door. She saw the hallway. Light was on but didn't see a shadow of anyone in front of the door That's always a second sign of demonic. Content is tapping tapping door. There's the for the first one is tapping on the walls and the ceiling. The second sign is win the knock on your doors. Oh boy believing. She dreamt the sound. She laid back down only to have the NOC happened again. Assuming it was her father checking in on them. She jumped out of the bed and pulled the door open. Not seen anyone there. She went to her parents bedroom and found in both asleep realized that she was the only person up. She bolted back to bed and didn't get up the rest of the night. Once a friend was spending the night but ended up calling her father to come get her because she kept hearing woman yell. Help me from the ceiling. In the girl's bedroom the friend went home and never came back over again. Probably thought she might have been hiding somebody in the attic. No might have you know you always have that one family member that y'all lock them up with it whether it's a ghost or a living person locked in the attic if you're a little little girl or little kid and you hear somebody asking for help from the ceiling is scary. Though absolutely terrified terrified hill it was a ghost scary because the supernatural. It's a person scary. Because you have no idea if you get locked up and you'll be -actly gs in nineteen ninety-three now's began affecting their dog. Sam No man. Sam was on his best friend. A stray black haired poodle mixed followed her home from school one day and eventually became the family dog. Sam Slept in the girls from night and one night and they were awoken to allowed crashed. They found one of the windows had been broken from the inside and no Sinus Sam. The family went outside to look for him but with no luck her father replaced the window pane with a cheap piece of plastic. In two days later Sam came back. He was a bloody on his legs from crashing through the window but otherwise one week later it happened again. This time or follow was awake when it did. When he came into the room. They saw that Sam had jumped through the window above the first one holy crap whatever. Sam saw scared him enough to risk jumping through glass again. They quickly went outside and found a dog trying to scale the privacy fence. He was buddy near the ribs and legs from the window. Sam ended up doing this two more times until her parents felt it was time to take him to a shelter for his own safe man. How `Bout Move Right. Yeah I mean I don't make the dog move you move. Well I read somewhere that I think the father had initially thought that Sam was doing that because he was trying to get a dog that was in heat nearby but all but even in heat dogs don't crash window for logical because obviously this girl isn't telling her dad what she seeing or hearing point very good point you so so. The Dad thinks she's dog being a doll but four times. That's I mean that's kind of extreme. Yeah and for the safety and you wouldn't want to get hurt. No not at all at least not anymore. Yeah exactly then nine. Her sister Lisa told her she saw the figure a little girl from the corner of her. I will watch TV. But when she turned her head the girls gone. Lisa would continue seeing the girl from the corner of her eye but never directly one evening. Nineteen eighty-four Lana was bed and sat up. Turn off her life however she heard a scratching on the French window panes in her room. This bedroom was the one that once was the old living room and next to the room she had once Dayton. She drew back the curtain and scream loudly as she glimpsed a hail wight sickly face of what looked like a man but not a man it had white. Pale. Skin Greenish. Yellow is with red on the outside ugly teeth. I think it was a do from boulder guys as I was GONNA say Reverend King's Kane Yep Yep. She thought someone had broken into their gate of their privacy fence She called her parents who came running and she began the hyperventilate and told her father what she saw. Her father called the police who came out but found nothing no footprints. No traces of anyone had been pressing against the glass and the fence was locked from the inside along with defense on the side. This was about the time that she began to feel something had to be done. One Sunday. Nineteen eighty-four when her family came home from church around one in the afternoon. They notice that dad was struggling to get the front door open. He had unlocked it but he could not get it open now. Our Father was well over two hundred fifty pounds big strong man but he just could not get that door open. Her entire family was standing outside waiting for him to get in the House and her dad instructed her brother Roger to go to the back of the House and in the back window. Roger grabbed hold of a heavy metal frame of the window. Em- pulled it hard to try to force it open. The force of this ended up breaking that window permanently to where the old fixtures would not keep the window locked. When Roger got the door inside the house he had to climb over two huge homemade book shows that were crammed up against the front door. These two thick huge bookcases were extremely tall and very heavy. It been so tall that her father had literally shoved them into place. Those bookcases were now stuck behind the front door. So you're telling me while out something. Put these big ass heavy bookshelves in front of their door to block. If are on the front door to block them. Yeah Damn and they had to break in. There was no other signs of forced entry. They had to break in their own house. Wow that's something else. The bookshelves couldn't have fallen. They had to have been pried loose thrown ten feet across the room to the opposite wall and.
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"Year and Indiana House, Democrat from Indianapolis Carly macer, who says Republicans, including governor, Eric Holcomb have not done enough to demonstrate moral leadership. Things that we have experienced over the past year with some of our price, elected officials, really need to be addressed in a way that it is not normal. It is not normal to me, and it shouldn't be normal to anyone else. President Trump begins his reelection campaign tomorrow night with a rally in Orlando. He wasn't Florida in two thousand sixteen and the sunshine state is high on the campaign radar for two thousand twenty the legislative maps that Virginia Republicans don't like will stay in place. The supreme court has rejected their appeal. Fox's Jared Halpern has more from Washington Virginia's latest legislative maps will stay in place after a divided supreme court rejected arguments from state Republicans, the five four opinion authored by Justice. Rick bitter, Ginsburg joined by a mix of conservative and liberal justices. Clarence, Thomas Sonia set of my Orellana, Kagan, Neal, Gorsuch, found the state's Republican led house of delegates cannot challenge the map since officials declined to appeal the case dates back to twenty eleven maps drawn by Republican lawmakers and tossed out. Out for factoring race into several house districts, the lower court chose a new map. The supreme court has upheld that decision in Washington, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Hoosiers way too much they smoke, too much, and the Indiana chamber also says that's holding back the economy, Eric Berman reports smoking and obesity rates went up last year. The chamber has lobbied unsuccessfully for higher cigarette taxes, and the higher smoking age. Shaver president, Kevin Bryn Iger says, smoking related illnesses, hurt productivity and raise costs. Although health insurance.
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"Brennan. Thank you a stripped down version of a hate crimes. Bill is headed to the Indiana house. The state Senate passed the Bill yesterday after intense emotional debate as we reported on daybreak an amendment approved earlier this week eliminates the list of specific protected characteristics, including. Race age religion, gender identity and sexual orientation it instead would allow a judge to consider bias during sentencing state, Senator Jeanne bro held back tears reacting to the decision. But I know in my heart that Indiana. Hoosiers will not accept the darkness. We do seek the light of progressive change. And I know that change may not happen today may not happen in this chamber. I know that one day light will prevail and darks will be left behind. State Senator Aaron Freeman wrote the amendment to the Bill he says he is willing to work with members of the house on a compromise. Indiana is one of five states that does not have a hate crimes law. Governor Holcomb says the amended Bill does not remove the state from that list patients. That's what the mayor of Indianapolis says is needed to get through the city's pothole repairs. Mayor Joe hog set held a news conference yesterday to release the newest numbers on the progress. He says workers have filled more than fifty seven thousand pothole since the beginning of the year. Crews are splitting time between pothole repairs and snow removal. The mayor says all of the work is covered by the budget and fully funded time.
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"Massive new headquarters goes to northern Virginia and New York and spares Indiana from the headaches that insiders say will come with it. But the Hoosier state will be home to the US education center for influences. And that's just a part of the plan two hundred forty five million dollar campus springing up on a site near Indianapolis international airport with a promise of as many as three thousand new jobs like twenty twenty three four about Infosys later, but first back to early two thousand eighteen and this report from Kurt darling. Amazon has narrowed its list of contenders to twenty cities all across North America. And Indianapolis is one of them. The capital city is among cities like Chicago, Boston Atlanta. In Austin, Texas, that are being considered for the HD you Amazon will make its final decision later this year. And indie mayor Joe Hawke said says, regardless of what that decision is his city is a big winner. Anyway, the city that lands the HQ will get a five billion dollar investment from Amazon along with fifty thousand new jobs leading the cheers for central Indiana as well as the bid submitted by the Hammond, and Gary areas, governor Holcomb flinging come here come here come here. And we think they're going to like what they see as they continue to dig deeper hoping to improve Indies chances in Indiana house committee, moved legislation to lift the ban on the light rail component in central Indiana's mass transit system. State Representative Justin Mojo in the city of Indianapolis needs to have the flexibility to whatever we need for mass transit to meet the needs of companies that are considering moving to Indianapolis as well as the existing residents here that are looking for robust system Amazon had listed direct access to rail and bus routes as a key requirement. It could not have happened to media. Lately. But state Senator rod gray. Martinsville offered. Hope they're going to have to wait that long with everything else. Indiana has to offer. And I think we have a lot of wonderful things to offer here in Indiana that could be attractive and pull them into the state the era began with Indianapolis on the shortlist of two hundred thirty eight classical locations, Gary and Hammond fell aside, but by summer ending was still there on the list of twenty finalists, and then appears at Amazon has made its choice, and Indianapolis is not New York City in northern Virginia's what several reports from several media sources close to Amazon are saying that means possible fifty thousand jobs and five billion dollar investment. Does not come to the Hoosier state. How do you spend the loss of more than five billion dollars fifty thousand upscale jobs and the development echo that it would have spurred really not so hard as it turns out, our home prices would have gone to the transportation issue is going to become crushing? We already have a thousand opens tougher shops in the city that will get a lot. Worse. John McDonald is CEO of clear object ain't a tech company based in Fisher's. We want to grow our tech economy. We don't want to have it taken over. I know that's a bit of a contrarian point of view. But I kind of think we dodged a bullet on this one. And I think it's probably best for our tech economy that we keep building it right here at home in Indiana. He and others are more enthusiastic about the Infosys project. Infosys is a multinational corporation based in India dealing in consulting IT. And outsourcing today, we proudly announce the global giant emphasis will call the city of Indianapolis behead pushed hard for Amazon's new headquarters, but influences gave mayor Joe Hawke shed, a more palatable success story, the state and the city are providing more than one hundred million dollars in incentives. You're not being told how much they offered to give.
4 children, 2 adults killed in Indiana house fire
"Still looking for answers. After officials say it appears four children and two adults were killed in an Indiana structure. Fire early yesterday morning USA radio's Wendy king with more. Six bodies have been found in the rubble of burned. Northern Indiana, home Cass county. Sheriff Randy prior says the bodies were found in different parts of the home. He says the cost of the fire could be a possible. Crime did talk to other family members that come upon the scene later about an hour. Later on a half later. Indicated to us along with the folks that escaped the home that could possibly be up to six individuals to escape the fire and went to the hospital
Greg Pence, Mike Pence's brother, wins Indiana House seat
"President Mike Pence is brother is on his way to Washington is Greg pens, one Indiana's sixth congressional district seat the house seat that Mike Pence one eighteen years ago to launch his political career