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Sen. Donnelly explains his reservations with GOP health care bill

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Donnelly spoke with Eyewitness News Saturday about his reservations with the proposed bill.Read more

Women rescued from White River after kayak capsizes

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Five women were pulled from the White River Saturday afternoon after they capsized near Holliday Park. They were among 12 people rescued from Marion County waterways...Read more

Police say overdoses killed 2 eastern Indiana jail inmates

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State police say two eastern Indiana county jail inmates died from overdoses of a powerful synthetic drug.Read more

Hundreds ride in 24 Indianapolis to raise money for cancer survivors

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Bike riders will be finishing up a 24-hour-long race at 7 pm on Saturday. They're raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for people with cancer.Read more


45 Indiana taxes, fees increase during legislative session

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Indiana lawmakers imposed or increased at least 45 different taxes and fees during this year's legislative session.Read more

Woodruff Place home, garden and coop tour

Woodruff Place home, garden and coop tour

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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Visitors can see seven homes, four gardens, three chicken coops, one artist studio and the Woodruff Place Town Hall during tours on Saturday...Read more

Canine Catwalk at the State Fairgrounds Saturday night

Canine Catwalk at the State Fairgrounds Saturday night

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The Canine Catwalk, is an opportunity to take our furry friends and companions out for a night on the town, while raising...Read more

WATCH: Pet vet, avoiding noise with your pet

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Saturday Dr. Crowe talks about avoiding noise with your pets and ways that you can help to keep them calm around loud noises, like fireworks.Read more

Five things to know for Saturday

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Here are five things that are happening around Central Indiana on Saturday that you should know about.Read more

30 Laws in 30 Days: Pawn shops allowed to accept additional firearms for loans

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For years, gun owners could secure a loan at a pawn shop with a long gun, such as a rifle or shotgun, but handguns were a different story. Beginning July 1, that changes.Read more

St. Vincent to lay off more than 100 hospital employees this summer

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A hospital with locations across Indiana is planning on making major layoffs.Read more

Pacers draft pick Leaf right at home in Indiana

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Indiana Pacers first round draft pick T.J. Leaf may come from California, but he should feel right at home in the Hoosier State.Read more


FBI pleads for tips on Abby Williams' 14th birthday

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The FBI marked the birthday of Delphi murder victim Abby Williams with another plea for help.Read more

Driver of car cited in Greenfield church van crash

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Greenfield Police say they now know who's responsible for a church van crash that injured more than a dozen people.Read more

One dead, nine treated in rash of overdoses in Bloomington

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The peace of Bloomington's Seminary Square Park was shattered. Rescue crews were dispatched on a drug overdose.Read more

With Friday's downpour, summer camps move inside

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Instead of playing outside during Friday's heavy rain, the 450 kids who attend the Baxter Y's summer camp spent the day inside.Read more

Liberty Bell legacy sends Avon teen to Philadelphia

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An Avon High School senior will be ringing the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia on Independence Day.Read more