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Wet morning rush hour Video included

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Expect wet pavement for our morning rush hour in Indiana this morning. The rain started moving in to the western part of the state at about 1:00 this morning and now just about everyone has received some rain.  The rain moves along with the front and by afternoon, we'll see some sunshine and a high of 83. More>>

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5 Things You Need to Know this Tuesday morning

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Wet morning rush hour; Police serve search warrant at home of missing baby; School 'heartbroken' over student's death; Irsay to appear in court today; Trial today for man accused of 1997 killing of Franklin College student.
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Police serve search warrant at home of missing baby Video included

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Metro police are searching a home in connection with the disappearance of a 1-month-old boy. More>>

School 'heartbroken' over student's death Video included

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Ben Davis 9th Grade Center students learned Monday that the badly burned body of a teen found Sunday was one of their own. More>>

Kravitz: Waiting for Godot: NFL needs to move quickly on Irsay suspension

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We are just a week away from the start of the NFL season, and I've got a question: Where's Jim Irsay's discipline for allegedly operating a vehicle while intoxicated? More>>

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