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FAA lifts ban on U.S. flights to Tel Aviv airport

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The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its ban on U.S. flights to Israel, which it had imposed out of concern over the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets. More>>

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Daleville police add cameras to uniform Video included

Daleville Police have added cameras to their protective vests. Daleville Police have added cameras to their protective vests.
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Daleville police pack radios, protective vests, lethal weapons, skilled ears and eyes and now, an eye that never blinks. More>>

Plainfield teen dies while flying around the world with father Video included

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A Plainfield teen who was flying around the world with his father died Wednesday in a crash in Pago Pago, American Samoa. More>>

US pushes for truce as Gaza battle rages on

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The United States announced signs of progress in cease-fire talks Wednesday, but prospects for a quick end to the fighting were dim as Palestinian families fled fierce battles in southern Gaza and the death toll rose to more than 700 Palestinians and 34 Israelis. More>>

Police arrest armed robbery suspect in northeast Indianapolis

Police say a man robbed the Dollar General store on N. Keystone Ave. Wednesday night. Police say a man robbed the Dollar General store on N. Keystone Ave. Wednesday night.
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Metro police arrested a suspect minutes after he allegedly robbed a store on the northeast side of Indianapolis Wednesday. More>>

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  • Shattering the Silence

    Shattering the Silence

    For several years, 13 WTHR has been shattering the silence on domestic abuse, teen dating abuse, and child abuse. We will guide you to resources on how to prevent abuse or break the cycle of abuse.More >>
    For several years, 13 WTHR has been shattering the silence on domestic abuse, teen dating abuse, and child abuse. We will guide you to resources on how to prevent abuse or break the cycle of abuse. Find hope, help, and healing for you or someone you know.More >>
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  • BRACKET OF BRICKS: Vote for your favorite brick:

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    Brick House (It survived the big bad wolf. Will it survive this bracket?)
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    74 votes
    London Stock Brick (Most common used brick in London until the 20th century. It may be time for a comeback. [You’re welcome for the free history lesson.])
    28%
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  • Batman's 75th Anniversary

    Batman's 75th Anniversary

    The Dark Knight is marking 75 years of fighting crime in Gotham City, and the children's museum here in the Circle City celebrated the occasion by giving Eyewitness News an inside look at their collection of artifacts.More >>
    The Dark Knight is marking 75 years of fighting crime in Gotham City, and the children's museum here in the Circle City celebrated the occasion by giving Eyewitness News an inside look at their collection of Bat-artifacts.More >>
  • Severe Weather - July 23, 2014

    Severe Weather - July 23, 2014

    Lightning sparked house fires and heavy rains caused flash flooding across the Indianapolis metroMore >>
    Lightning sparked house fires and heavy rains caused flash flooding across the Indianapolis metro
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  • Colts camp 2014

    Colts camp 2014

    See photos from Colts camp in Anderson.More >>
    See photos from Colts camp in Anderson.More >>
  • Mr. Rader Goes to Washington

    Mr. Rader Goes to Washington

    Kevin Rader and photographer Matt Whisner followed Mayor Greg Ballard to Washington, DC, when he met with the Obama administration about youth violence. While in town, they also got to do a bit of sight-seeing.
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    Kevin Rader and photographer Matt Whisner followed Mayor Greg Ballard to Washington, DC, when he met with the Obama administration about youth violence. While in town, they also got to do a bit of sight-seeing.More >>
  • Miracle Boy

    Miracle Boy

    A Van Buren boy continues his remarkable recovery from a brain injury suffered in a skateboarding accident.
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    A Van Buren boy continues his remarkable recovery from a brain injury suffered in a skateboarding accident.More >>
  • MotoGP ride-along

    MotoGP ride-along

    The MotoGP returns to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month, and now WTHR sports anchors Rich Nye and Jason Spells have new respect for the riders after a ride-along with pro rider Chris Ulrich.More >>
    The MotoGP returns to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month, and now WTHR sports anchors Rich Nye and Jason Spells have new respect for the riders after a ride-along with pro rider Chris Ulrich.More >>
  • Interview with a Killer

    Interview with a Killer

    Anne Ryder returns to Eyewitness News to tell a story 25 years in the making. She tracked down the youngest male inmate ever convicted of murder in Indiana.More >>
    Anne Ryder returns to Eyewitness News to tell a story 25 years in the making. She tracked down the youngest male inmate ever convicted of murder in Indiana to get his perspective on the crimes happening in our cities and how young some of the criminals have become.More >>
  • 12th Annual Cops Cycling for Survivors

    12th Annual Cops Cycling for Survivors

    Nearly 60 active and retired police officers took off at 9 a.m. today for a bicycle ride around the state of Indiana to honor those who give their lives to serve and protect us.More >>
    Nearly 60 active and retired police officers took off at 9 a.m. today for a bicycle ride around the state of Indiana to honor those who give their lives to serve and protect us.More >>
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