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  • Amber Alert issued for Indianapolis baby

    Amber Alert issued for Indianapolis baby

    Thursday, August 28 2014 8:57 AM EDT2014-08-28 12:57:17 GMT
    Police have issued an Amber Alert for a one-month-old child they believe was abducted from an Indianapolis street. Police say the father has been arrested on unrelated drug charges.More >>
    Police have issued an Amber Alert for a one-month-old child they believe was abducted from an Indianapolis street. Police say the father has been arrested on unrelated drug charges.
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Substance abuse forum tonight for Hamilton County community Video included

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Heroin and forms of LSD are making a comeback across Central Indiana. More>>

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Colts ready for final pre-season game against Cincy

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The Indianapolis Colts wrap up their preseason tonight when they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals. More>>

Explosion at BP refinery, no injuries reported

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An explosion at a BP refinery in Whiting, Indiana, has rattled nearby homes. No injuries have been reported and no evacuation has been ordered.  A Whiting Fire Department spokesman said the explosion late Wednesday could be heard clearly several blocks from the plant. More>>

Kravitz Blog: Shaw's tale? Yeah, I've heard - and done - worse

Josh Shaw (USC Athletics photo) Josh Shaw (USC Athletics photo)
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If telling a lie is the worst thing he ever does in college, he's going to do pretty well in school and probably in life. More>>

5 Things You Need to Know this Thursday morning Video included

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Amber Alert issued for Indianapolis baby; Sunny and dry with temps in 80s today with showers coming Friday; Substance abuse forum tonight for Hamilton County community; Take the Blue Pledge at tonight's Indians game;
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Sunny and dry with temps in 80s today with showers coming Friday Video included

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Temps across Central Indiana are in the 60s and 70s this morning. The satellite/radar is mostly clear so we'll start off with sunshine and see clouds increase as we go through the day. More>>

VA Hospital hears the good, bad and ugly from veterans Video included

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Veterans who served our country are speaking out about a new battle on the home front. More>>

Letter carrier busted for allegedly stealing cash, gift cards from mail Video included

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Investigators say an Indiana letter carrier, trusted with delivering the mail, was instead stealing money from people's birthday cards. More>>

One critical after E. 44th St. shooting

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Police say a person is being treated for apparent gunshot wounds after an incident in the 9300 block of E. 44th St. More>>

Hundreds of parents take action on newborn DNA samples Video included

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Indiana has been quietly storing the blood and DNA of millions of children without their parents' permission. 13 Investigates exposed the problem last month, and now hundreds of parents are taking action. More>>

4 Vigo County special deputies under investigation

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Indiana State Police are investigating whether four special sheriff's deputies working traffic control at a Terre Haute event accepted cash from motorists for not reporting alleged infractions to the courts. More>>

Indiana University moving graduation ceremonies

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Indiana University says it will move its spring 2015 graduation ceremony outdoors to Memorial Stadium while Assembly Hall is undergoing renovations. More>>

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  • Take the Blue Pledge

    Take the Blue Pledge

    Tuesday, August 5 2014 3:06 PM EDT2014-08-05 19:06:07 GMT
    We all feel it. The pain of rising crime in our community, taking the lives of our neighbors and our police officers. It's time to take our community back. Support our police and build safer neighborhoods. Take the Blue Pledge against crime!More >>
    We all feel it. The pain of rising crime in our community, taking the lives of our neighbors and our police officers. It's time to take our community back. Support our police and build safer neighborhoods. Take the Blue Pledge against crime!More >>
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