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Top Indianapolis news: State lawmakers propose bill to try children as young as 12 as adults; more

Top Indianapolis news: State lawmakers propose bill to try children as young as 12 as adults; more
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By Hoodline - Published on February 26, 2020.

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State lawmakers consider bill that would allow children as young as 12 to be tried as adults

Children as young as 12 years old could be sentenced as adults if a new bill passes. Right now, the minimum age is 13. 

Read the full story on WNCN.

Man expected to plead guilty in granddaughter's cruise ship death

The northern Indiana man who was holding his granddaughter when she fell from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has agreed to plead guilty in the toddler's death, a family attorney said.

Read the full story on IndyStar.

Combine to extend to discussions over players' bargaining agreement

As the NFL combine gets underway this week in Indianapolis, one of the big storylines surrounding the league's annual redraft dog and pony show has very little to do with the NFL Draft. The NFL's owners plan to meet with the NFL Players Association to discuss the latest Collective Bargaining Agreement proposal.

Read the full story on Houston Press.


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