Reward for tips in Delphi murders nears $100,000

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There are new developments and a much bigger reward that could help police get answers about who killed two teenage friends in Delphi earlier this month.Read more

Reward for tips in Delphi murders nears $100,000

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There are new developments and a much bigger reward that could help police get answers about who killed two teenage friends in Delphi earlier this month.Read more

Indiana House approves prayer in schools

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Prayer in schools has always been a hot button issue and Monday was no different.Read more

Some in community question if justice was served in baby girl's murder

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The man who admitted to kidnapping and killing a 15-month-old girl was sentenced to 60-years in prison Monday morning.Read more

House approves budget, including cigarette tax increase

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Lawmakers are depending on smokers to help keep a two-year budget proposal in the black.Read more

Indiana families living in toxic homes due to enforcement breakdown

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Soon after Jenny and James Boggs moved in with their five young children, Jenny began getting terrible headaches. James and the kids developed serious breathing problems – sometimes requiring extended treatment at Columbus Regional Hospital. They also developed rashes and skin problems.Read more


IMPD asking for help to identify sexual predator

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Sexual Assault detectives from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are asking the public for help to identify a sexual assault and rape suspect that dates back to 2013.Read more

Jewish Community Center in Indianapolis re-opens after bomb threat

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The Jewish Community Center in Indianapolis temporarily closed Monday morning because of a bomb threat.Read more

No baby yet, park says April the Giraffe and calf are doing well

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The world is in Week 2 of "baby watch" for a giraffe in upstate New York, but the animal park says everything is going just fine.Read more


Controversial billboard sparks protests in North Carolina

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The sign on a busy highway in Winston-Salem reads "Real men provide. Real women appreciate it."Read more

Indiana School for the Deaf wins regional Academic Bowl title

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Congratulations are in order for the Indiana School for the Deaf!Read more




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