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Two women missing in southwestern Indiana Video included


In a case that is troubling police in southern Indiana, two young mothers have disappeared in a matter of days. Some investigators think the cases could be connected. More>>


Man arrested for attempted rape of Bloomington woman


Police in Bloomington have arrested a man who allegedly broke into a woman's home while she slept and got in her bed. More>>

Police investigate reported sexual assault on Bloomington trail Video included


Police say there was an attempted sexual assault along a popular exercise trail in Bloomington. More>>

Bloomington police urge safety on city's B-Line Trail Video included


But as students take the trail from downtown to the south side of town, police have a warning about staying safe. More>>

Suits in triple-slaying proceeds case move ahead


Civil suits seeking to prevent a one-time Indiana state trooper from claiming $626,000 in insurance and estate proceeds stemming from his family's killings are moving ahead. More>>

Groups want Indianapolis utility to test water


Environmental, health and neighborhood groups are calling on the Marion County Health Department to compel Indianapolis Power & Light to test groundwater at eight coal ash lagoons on the city's south side. More>>

IU takes steps aimed at preventing sexual assaults


Indiana University officials say they're taking steps to prevent and respond to sexual assault on the university's seven campuses. More>>

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    Jennie Runevitch Eyewitness News Weekend Anchor Award-winning journalist Jennie Runevitch anchors Eyewitness News weekends at 6 and 11pm. She joined the Channel 13 team as a reporter in January 2006More >>
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