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5 Things You Need to Know this Thursday morning

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AMBER ALERT ISSUED FOR INDIANAPOLIS BABY:
Police continue to search for a one-month-old child they believe was abducted from an Indianapolis street. An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday evening. Metro police say Delano Wilson, a black male about 16 inches long, weighing 12 pounds with black hair and brown eyes, was last seen around noon Wednesday in an alley in the 1400 block of Henry Street. The child is believed to be in extreme danger. His father, Willie Wilson, was arrested Wednesday evening on unrelated drug charges. Learn more here.

SUNNY AND DRY WITH TEMPS IN 80s TODAY WITH SHOWERS COMING FRIDAY:
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. A mainly dry day is ahead with temps in the mid 80s. Tonight temps fall to the upper 60s with partly cloudy skies. Watch Nicole's full forecast.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE FORUM TONIGHT FOR HAMILTON COUNTY COMMUNITY:
Heroin and forms of LSD are making a comeback across Central Indiana, and sometimes, the impact is deadly. There's a forum at 7 p.m. tonight at the Hamilton County fairgrounds to inform parents and the community about substance abuse, about drugs and alcohol and the access young people have to them. Read more here.

TAKE THE BLUE PLEDGE AT TONIGHT'S INDIANS GAME:
Take the Blue Pledge against crime tonight at the Indianapolis Indians. Pick up a window decal and take a role in making our community a better place. Crimestoppers and WTHR anchors will be on hand to answer any questions you have abut fighting crime.

INDIANA DOCTOR WHO SURVIVED EBOLA ON EYEWITNESS NEWS AT 6:
Tonight, the parents and sister of Dr. Kent Brantly talk about his Ebola diagnosis, including the tense days when they weren't sure he would survive. They also reveal to Eyewitness News Anchor Scott Swan how faith carried them through the ordeal. Watch Eyewitness News at 6 p.m. for their touching story.

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