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Postal carrier's alert leads troopers to rescue Indiana man

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State Police say a postal worker who noticed mail accumulating in an elderly man's mailbox alerted two state troopers, who rescued the Indianapolis man days after he...Read more

Woman pleads not guilty to neglect after crash kills kids

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The mother of two young southern Indiana children killed when her SUV collided with a freight train has pleaded not guilty to charges including neglect.Read more

Indiana offers free admission at state parks on Saturday

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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says it will waive entrance fees at state parks and state forest recreation areas Saturday in recognition of National Public...Read more

DNR raids Brownsburg Taxidermy for withholding customers' property

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Indiana DNR raided Brownsburg Taxidermy after customer reports of withholding money and property.Read more


5 things you need to know for Tuesday, Sept. 26

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Good morning. Here are five things you need to know today...Read more

Indiana accepting Pre-k applications from 10 new counties

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The On My Way Pre-K program is expanding to 10 more Indiana counties.Read more

Indy man finally hears from family in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

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A crew from NBC Nightly News found a woman without cell phone service, who had not been able to talk with her family in Indianapolis for days. She was finally able to...Read more

UPDATE: Silver Alert for missing Peru man cancelled

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The Silver Alert issued on Monday for 32-year-old Deon Jon Droke of Peru was cancelled early Tuesday morning after he was found. Read more

Troopers, mail carrier come to aid of badly injured man

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Two ISP troopers have been nominated for lifesaving awards after working with a mail carrier to discover and rescue a badly injured man.Read more

Tuesday will be last day for 65 Rexnord employees; 11 remain

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About 65 employees will be losing their jobs at the Indianapolis plant on Tuesday as the company moves operations to Mexico.Read more

School's truckload of supplies for Texas victims is just the beginning

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Students at Hoosier Road Elementary wanted to help students in need after Hurricane Harvey destroyed their Texas school.Read more

Indianapolis bakery takes heat for flag-based Instagram post

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An Indianapolis business is taking some heat for its response to the national anthem protests.Read more


Rideshare drivers share tips for passenger safety

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Experts say there are things you should do to protect yourself when you get into an Uber or Lyft.Read more

KRAVITZ: Andrew Luck "might" return to Colts practice this week

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Andrew Luck "might" be ready to rejoin the Indianapolis Colts for practice as early as Wednesday, according to head coach Chuck Pagano.Read more

New Castle neighborhood shaken by deadly officer-involved shooting

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Neighbors are shaken after their normally quiet New Castle streets were disrupted by a shootout that wounded a police officer and left a theft suspect dead.Read more

Hoosiers with family in Puerto Rico work to help recovery

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People in Puerto Rico are struggling to find food, water and a way to communicate, after Hurricane Maria devastated the island.Read more

"Angel of Death" Orville Lynn Majors dies in Indiana prison

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Convicted murderer Orville Lynn Majors died Sunday at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City.Read more