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News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. EDT

CORYDON, Ind. (AP) - Two Louisville women who got lost while hiking in a southern Indiana forest were found hours later by conservation officers in a remote area of the forest. The women called for help Saturday night after becoming disoriented while hiking in the Harrison-Crawford State Forest about 30 miles west of Louisville, Kentucky. Conservation officers found them exhausted but otherwise uninjured four hours later and brought them and their dog to safety.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana Supreme Court is taking up a long-running dispute over private property rights and public access to Lake Michigan. The high court will decide in the coming weeks whether to vacate a state Court of Appeals decision all parties believe was decided incorrectly. The case includes questions of how far beyond the lake's actual water Indiana's ownership extends and who possesses the land that's sometimes covered by water.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana's two largest police departments want drones to help monitor large gatherings or monitor traffic at large events, but state law restricts drone usage. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Indiana State Police are looking into acquiring drones. At least 10 Indiana police agencies currently own drones.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - The family of a northeastern Indiana man who died after he was struck by a car while bicycling say they're devastated the motorist received no jail time in the hit-and-run death. Nineteen-year-old Aaron Moser was sentenced Friday to three years of house arrest and three years of probation. He had pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident in the October 2016 death of 24-year-old Nicholas Mruk.

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