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Retired Army General to mark anniversary of 'largest American battle of WWII' in Belgium

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This will be his fifth trip to Belgium.Read more

Officials: Multistate hepatitis A cases traced to berries

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Nebraska and federal health officials say a hepatitis A outbreak that includes Nebraska, Indiana and Wisconsin has been traced to blackberries sold in Fresh Thyme...Read more

Ivy Tech hires executive to promote school's diversity campaign

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One of Indiana's fastest growing colleges just created a new position to help continue its statewide campaign in diversity.Read more

Noblesville man urges people to think of older kids for adoption

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A Noblesville man is urging potential parents to remember older children when they begin to consider adoption.Read more


Teachers work to keep the momentum going after Red for Ed Action Day

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The thousands of teachers who attended Red for Ed Action Day at the statehouse Tuesday are now focused on their next step.Read more

A second Indiana family impacted by cruise ship death this year

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An Indiana family is mourning the loss of their loved one after a cruise ship accident on Friday.Read more

IU responding to professor's controversial tweets

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Professor Eric Rasmusen teaches Business Economics and Public Policy.Read more


Crews battle large fire in Shelbyville

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Emerency crews in Shelbyville are fighting a large fire at an abandonded warehouse on Webster street.Read more

Ceremony held for fallen Fishers K-9

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A ceremony was held Wednesday evening for fallen Fishers K-9 Harlej.Read more

Police find meth, $3K in cash in Monroe County drug busts

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The Monroe County Sheriff's Department arrested a suspect early Wednesday morning after finding drugs, cash and paraphernalia in a car in Bloomington.Read more

Metro police investigating after 3 people shot during 'arranged fist fight' on the south side

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Metro police are investigating after three people were shot on the south side.Read more

Delphi park honoring Libby German and Abby Williams gets donated light poles

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A planned northern Indiana park honoring two teenage girls who were slain in 2017 is getting donated light poles to illuminate its softball fields and playgrounds.Read more

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Indianapolis on Wednesday

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The Vice President is headed to Indianapolis.Read more

Indianapolis comic selected for 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' competition

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A Hoosier comedian is returning to the "America's Got Talent" stage.Read more

Red for Ed takes over the Statehouse and inside classrooms

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The Red for Ed march on the Indiana State House attracted a huge crowd of teachers.Read more

Developer suing Indianapolis over old GM stamping plant site

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Ambrose Property Group is suing the City of Indianapolis over the old GM stamping plant site.Read more