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Body found in pond near where 75-year-old Lawrence woman was last seen

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Glass was last seen around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday crossing 79th Street near Oaklandon Road on the city's northeast side and was almost hit by a car.Read more

Body found in pond near where 75-year-old Lawrence woman was last seen

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Glass was last seen around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday crossing 79th Street near Oaklandon Road on the city's northeast side and was almost hit by a car.Read more

Avoid talking politics at family holidays by talking about this instead

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One way to diffuse the situation and avoid heated conversations around the holidays is talking about something everyone can agree on: the annoying scams that are...Read more

Shopping local for unique and affordable Christmas gifts

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Start your Christmas shopping this weekend!Read more

Pacers feed hundreds at annual 'Come to Our House' Thanksgiving meal

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Many of Wednesday’s guests didn’t plan to have a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year, so the Pacers set out to give them just that.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

Vice President Mike Pence speaks at education event in Indianapolis

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Vice President Mike Pence was back in Indiana Wednesday.Read more

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

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