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NFL Launches New Domestic Violence Ad Campaign

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Undated) — The NFL is rolling out a series of a public service announcements today targeting domestic violence. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is among the current and former players taking part in the “No More”campaign. The ads denouncing domestic violence and sexual assault will begin airing on “Thursday Night Football” as the Denver …more

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Parliament Sgt-At-Arms Hailed As Hero In Ottawa Shootings

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

{Ottawa1023Ovation1_1} Q…(applause fades) 000:15 (Ottawa) — The sergeant-at-arms of Canada’s Parliament who’s credited with killing a gunman inside the building yesterday is being hailed as a hero. At the opening of Parliament this morning, Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers was treated to a lengthy ovation. Vickers is a former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The …more

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Lawsuit Filed In Death Of IMPD Officer

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — The son of an IMPD officer who was killed by her ex-husband is suing the city for wrongful death. Kimberlee Carmack was shot multiple times at her home on the city’s Far Westside by IMPD Sergeant Ryan Anders, who then turned the gun on himself. According to the lawsuit, Carmack had a …more

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Ritz Pleads With Pence To Submit Pre-K Funding Application

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — Indiana Public Instruction Superintendent Glenda Ritz is pleading with Governor Mike Pence to change his mind about applying for a federal grant for the state’s pre-K program. Ritz says she was shocked to learn that the application wouldn’t be submitted because they had worked on it for several months and it was …more

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Early Voting Numbers Down Drastically

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — With less than two-weeks to go until the general election, early voting numbers are drastically down. Marion County Clerk Beth White says there’s no governor’s race or senator race, so there’s nothing at the top of the ticket to drive activity. Compared to the 2010 election, turnout for early voters and absentee …more

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Anderson School Buses Ordered Out Of Service

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Anderson, IN) — Anderson Community Schools are scrambling to reroute busing after State Police ordered many of their school buses out of service. Police say buses owned by Weber Transportation failed inspections for reasons ranging from brake issues, leaking fluids, exhaust fumes, and worn tires. Weber provides service to about 20 percent of the students …more

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Alleged Gary Serial Murderer Refuses To Answer Judge

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Crown Point, IN) — The Gary man suspected of killing seven women is found in contempt of court. Alleged mass murderer Darren Van refused to speak or even acknowledge the judge in his first court appearance yesterday. “The Indianapolis Star” reports when the judge asked him if he understood the reason for the hearing, Van …more

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IUPUI Student Sues Over Megabus Crash

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — An IUPUI student from Saudi Arabia is the latest victim of the I-65 Megabus crash filing a lawsuit. The lawsuit claims passengers heard the driver say the windshield wipers weren’t working properly. It also alleges the driver was speeding leading up to the crash. The crash happened at around 4:30 a.m. on …more

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School Buses Shut Down For Failing Inspection In Anderson

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Anderson, IN) — Nearly 30 school buses for Anderson Community Schools are being shut down. Randy McPike with Indiana State Police says a spot inspection Tuesday found multiple violations, including expired brake certifications.   The inspection also found the buses operated by Webber Transportation were leaking fluids, needed new tires and had issues with the …more

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Weekly Jobless Claims Rise, Close To Expectations

Posted on October 23rd, 2014 by insideout

(Washington, DC) — Requests for first time unemployment benefits are going up. The Labor Department says initial jobless claims rose last week by 17-thousand from the previous week to reach 283-thousand. Analysts had expected the number of claims to go up to around 285-thousand. The increase snapped three straight weeks of declines, but that didn’t …more

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