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Two Injured, Suspect In Custody After Shooting At Noblesville Middle School

IMPORTANT: Authorities will update the media at an 1 p.m. Central. Authorities say two people are injured and a suspect is in custody after an active shooting at Noblesville West Middle School. Noblesville Police Chief Kevin Jowitt says one adult teacher and one teenage student are injured. The adult was taken to Methodist Hospital and the teenager was taken to Riley Hospital. Jowitt says a male student has been detained and is believed to be the sole suspect in the shooting. Jowitt also says...

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Regionally Speaking With Chris Nolte

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Regionally Speaking, Thursday, May 24, 2018

Today: On this Reporter's Roundtable Thursday, we ask "Times of Northwest Indiana" reporters Giles Bruce and Andrew Steele and "Post-Tribune" reporter Greg Tejeda to join us, to talk about the stories they worked on for the newspaper and Web sites -- including the latest from the city of Gary, northwest Indiana healthcare and transportation. Lakeshore Public Radio's Sharon Jackson also has her feature on a documentary airing this holiday on Lakeshore PBS about life in Chicago during World War...

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2018 Midterm Elections

4th Congressional district Republican nominee Rep. Jim Baird, left, and Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun - a former state lawmaker - were attacked for their votes to raise the state’s gas tax 10 cents. (Courtesy Indiana General Assembly)
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Two Republican primary candidates were attacked for their votes last year to raise the state’s gas tax. They both won their races.

And legislative leaders say those results affirm their support for the 2017 gas tax legislation.

ATLANTA (AP) — As the midterm congressional primaries heat up amid fears of Russian hacking, an estimated 1 in 5 Americans will be casting their ballots on machines that do not produce a paper record of their votes.

That worries voting and cybersecurity experts, who say the lack of a hard copy makes it difficult to double-check the results for signs of manipulation.

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Andy Downs, the executive director of the Mike Downs Center on Indiana Politics in Fort Wayne came on "Regionally Speaking" on Monday to talk about last week's primary elections and his "take"on the winners and how he sees the campaigns shaping up during the months before the November general election.  This includes the contentious Republican Party race for U.S. Senate, won by Mike Braun.  Here's the conversation.

More on the 2018 Midterm Elections

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East Chicago Lead Contamination Crisis

EPA Officials Hear East Chicago Residents Concerns As Cleanup Starts Again This Spring

The Environmental Protection Agency visited East Chicago, Indiana, Saturday, to update residents on contamination cleanup. EPA Region 5 Administrator Cathy Stepp and U.S. EPA senior advisor Albert Kelly attended the briefing and listened to public comment. Residents heard updates from the on-site remediation coordinators and participated in, sometimes heated, Q&A sessions. Those comments were heard loud and clear, says Kelly. A resident asked Kelly to attend. Kelly says this is his sixth...

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FACT CHECK: No, Clapper Has Not 'Admitted That There Was Spying' On Trump Campaign

Updated at 3:08 p.m. ET Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has not "admitted that there was Spying" on Donald Trump's campaign in 2016. The former spy baron has been making public appearances all week as part of the tour for his new book, and interviewers have been asking him about the latest news in the Russia imbroglio. President Trump mischaracterized what Clapper said as part of his ongoing political counterattack against federal law enforcement and the intelligence...

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Local, State, & National News

Part 5 of the TED Radio Hour episode Attention Please.

About Jaron Lanier's TED Talk

Jaron Lanier says tech giants are battling for our attention to manipulate our behavior. But how did we get here? Lanier offers insights from the Internet's early days and a possible path forward.

About Jaron Lanier

Jaron Lanier is a computer scientist, technology writer, and composer.

Part 4 of the TED Radio Hour episode Attention Please.

About Tristan Harris's TED Talk

Designer Tristan Harris says attention is at the core of human experience. He argues that our addiction to technology has the power to threaten our very capacity to think, reason and problem solve.

About Tristan Harris

Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Attention Please.

About Amishi Jha's TED Talk

What exactly is attention, and how can we reclaim it? Neuroscientist Amishi Jha says there's a powerful link between mindfulness, meditation and attention.

About Amishi Jha

Amishi Jha is a neuroscientist whose research focuses on attention, working memory and mindfulness.

Noblesvilleschools.org

IMPORTANT: Authorities will update the media at an 1 p.m. Central.

Authorities say two people are injured and a suspect is in custody after an active shooting at Noblesville West Middle School.

Noblesville Police Chief Kevin Jowitt says one adult teacher and one teenage student are injured. The adult was taken to Methodist Hospital and the teenager was taken to Riley Hospital.

Jowitt says a male student has been detained and is believed to be the sole suspect in the shooting.

Updated at 9:58 a.m. ET

Harvey Weinstein surrendered Friday to authorities at a police station in New York City, where the Hollywood megaproducer has been charged with rape and sexual misconduct.

Weinstein arrived early in the morning at the New York Police Department's 1st Precinct in Lower Manhattan, ushered into the station by law enforcement officers as members of the media crowded behind metal barriers erected outside. He kept his gaze lowered while shuffling past a barrage of shouted questions.

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