According to a Bloomington press release, the data will no longer have the exact street address for each overdose death.
Kirkwood Avenue could become a shared street, prioritizing nonmotorized traffic over vehicles.
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In recent posts, Ellie Johnson said the panelists who destroyed her life should be held accountable.
Mayor John Hamilton said he hopes the vehicle never needs to be used, but that it's meant to keep people safe.
Governor Eric Holcomb, House Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate President David Long have all issued statements asking for Hill to resign.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky claims a pro-life group from Ohio sent a letter to Fort Wayne neighborhoods which included the name, picture and home address of an employee.
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The plan outlines possible changes such as Kirkwood Avenue becoming a new curbless, shared street.
Hill could face possible impeachment by the House of Representatives and be tried by the Senate.
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Hill reportedly approached a representative, slid his hands down her back and "grabbed a handful of ass," according to the memo.
Curtis Hill was elected Attorney General in 2016 and now faces calls to resign.