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  • WEST LAFAYETTE, IN - JANUARY 2: Ryan Cline #14 of the Purdue Boilermakers motions after a three point basket against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Mackey Arena on January 2, 2016 in West Lafayette, Indiana. Iowa defeated Purdue 70-63. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)

    Cline’s overtime 3-pointers lift No. 14 Purdue over Penn State

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Ryan Cline scored six of his 11 points in overtime to lift No. 14 Purdue to a 74-70 victory over Penn State on Tuesday night. Cline hit consecutive 3-pointers to secure his team’s sixth straight win in a game the Boilermakers led for just 9:16. Vincent Edwards added 14 points, Isaac Haas chipped in 13 and Dakota Mathias scored 12 for the Boilermakers (23-5, 12-3 Big Ten). Tony Carr scored 21 points, Lamar Stevens added […]

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    Indiana House passes medical marijuana bill for epilepsy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – People who have epilepsy could be treated with a marijuana-derived oil under a bill approved by the Indiana House. The bill passed the chamber Tuesday on a 98-0 vote. The state Senate previously approved a similar measure. Indiana’s legislature has long resisted efforts to allow the use of medicine derived from marijuana, but that appears to have changed this year. Supporters say the bill’s approval marks a significant shift after years of medical marijuana-related bills stalling. The […]

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    Indiana Senate OKs treating epilepsy with oil from cannabis

    INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana measure that would allow some epileptic people to be treated with oil derived from cannabis plants has cleared the state Senate. Indiana is among the last states to forbid even the issue of marijuana extracts that are low in THC and high in cannabidiol, or CBD, the compound that studies suggest may help reduce epileptic seizures. The measure creates a registry for some physicians, nurses, individuals and caregivers to treat intractable epilepsy with cannabidiol and permits pharmacies to […]

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    WATCH: Bull caught after running loose through Queens

    NEW YORK, NY. – A cow that apparently escaped from a slaughterhouse has led police on a wild chase through New York City streets. Police corralled the animal in a backyard in Jamaica, Queens, after a chase that lasted more than an hour. Footage airing on WABC-TV showed the black bull or steer trotting through a residential neighborhood with several tranquilizer darts stuck in its hide. The nimble bovine eluded attempts to box it in between police vehicles by squeezing […]

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    Graffiti found at 3 popular monuments in Washington, DC

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Park Service says graffiti has been found at the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and the World War II Memorial. U.S. Park Police spokeswoman Sgt. Anna Rose said Tuesday that the messages written in permanent marker were discovered over the holiday weekend. Similar graffiti was found on a power box along the National Mall. Rose says the message written on the Washington Monument references President John F. Kennedy’s assassination and the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. […]

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    Eric Church cancels 25K tickets bought by scalpers ahead of Indy concert

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country star Eric Church cancelled more than 25,000 tickets to his spring tour that were purchased by scalpers and is making those seats available to fans for purchase. Although Church has cancelled purchases from scalpers on previous shows, this is the largest group of tickets he’s tried to keep off the secondary market, where they often go for double or triple their original price. The “Springsteen” singer told The Associated Press he’s going to do everything he […]

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    Indiana Senate votes down bill to appoint state superintendent

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indiana Senate unexpectedly voted down a bill to make the state’s elected schools superintendent a position appointed by the governor. Kokomo Republican state Sen. James Buck’s bill failed Monday on a 23-26 vote. The House was scheduled to take up a similar measure later, but Speaker Brian Bosma said the Senate bill’s defeat “raises issues.” Democrats and some Republicans cautioned it will take choice away from voters and concentrate power in the governor’s office. Supporters, including […]

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    Proposed bill would give Indiana students designated moment to pray aloud

    INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana public school students could pray aloud in a public forum under a measure lawmakers are considering. Democratic state Rep. John Bartlett says House Bill 1024 would give students an opportunity to pray in school, but not mandate that they do so. He envisions a designated moment for students to pray aloud according to their individual faith and believes prayer would benefit the student body. Bill opponents question the need for such a proposal, saying students’ freedom of […]

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    Ft. Wayne University? Purdue officials consider campus name change

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Purdue University officials are floating suggestions for renaming the Fort Wayne campus once its partnership with Indiana University there ends next year. An online survey asks students, faculty members and others to rate two possible new campus names. Those names are Purdue University Fort Wayne or Purdue University Northeast. Other names suggested in the survey’s first days include Summit University and Fort Wayne University. The boards of both universities approved plans in December for splitting up […]

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    Colorado town getting a drive-through marijuana shop

    PARACHUTE, Colo. (AP) _ The western Colorado town of Parachute is getting a drive-through marijuana shop believed to be the first in the state. The Glenwood Springs Post Independent reported the Parachute Board of Trustees approved a business license for Tumbleweed Express last week. It’s expected to open in March in a former car wash. The business also had to get approval from the state Marijuana Enforcement Division. The division says Tumbleweed Express cannot allow anyone younger than 21 on […]