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IMPD: 'No new plans for a massive search at this time' for missing baby Video included

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The family of a missing Indianapolis baby isn't giving up hope that he'll be found. It's now been more than five days since 6-week-old Delano Wilson disappeared. More>>

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Will traffic deaths rise as states legalize pot?

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Safety advocates worry that more drivers high on pot will lead to a big increase in traffic deaths as states liberalize their marijuana laws. More>>

Temps in 80s with slight risk of severe weather today Video included

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Keep your smartphone and WTHR weather app handy as storms will dot the Indiana landscape today. More>>

5 Things You Need to Know for your Labor Day Video included

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Temps in 80s with slight risk of severe weather today; Police called to church lock-in because of large turnout; Families look to bring awareness to addiction; Burned body found behind Indianapolis home; Read Bob Kravitz's latest column.
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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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    Bob Gregory's Coats for Kids

    For 28 years, Bob Gregory's Coats for Kids campaign has been providing free winter coats to children in need in Central Indiana.More >>
    For 28 years, Bob Gregory's Coats for Kids campaign has been providing free winter coats to children in need in Central Indiana.More >>
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