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Indiana emergency training includes simulated earthquake

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More than 300 emergency responders from across Indiana are participating in a training exercise that includes simulated damage from an earthquake.Read more

Police: Foul play 'can't be ruled out' in case of missing Columbus man

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Investigators from across the state have been participating in the search for Timothy Duckworth.Read more

Columbus police ask for help finding missing 22-year-old

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Investigators from across the state have been in Columbus on Tuesday searching for a man who hasn't been seen or heard from since Friday.Read more


Indiana Homeland Security promotes earthquake drill set for Thursday

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The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is encouraging Hoosiers to participate in the Great Central U.S. ShakeOut earthquake drill.Read more

Indiana Department of Homeland Security hit with a lawsuit for retaliation over sex harassment case

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Indiana's top disaster agency is facing a federal lawsuit for allegedly retaliating in a sexual harassment case.Read more

IN Homeland Security inspecting local haunted houses

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Crews are hard at work making sure the only scare you get at haunted houses are from the characters and environment, and not from hidden hazards.Read more

New map helps identify areas of opioid overdoses in Indiana

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The Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse has launched an interactive, online naloxone administration heat map that provides insight into the location of incidents...Read more

New recommendations for school safety in Indiana

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State leaders released new recommendations Friday for keeping your children safe at school.Read more

Department of Homeland Security carefully inspecting rides at Indiana State Fair

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After a week of inspecting rides at the Indiana State Fair, inspectors from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security were still busy Thursday morning looking for...Read more


State agencies turn to governor for more school safety funding

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The Departments of Education and Homeland Security plan to ask the governor for money for schools to help them meet the mental health needs of their students.Read more

State officials look to 5th graders for ideas on how to improve school security

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The violence that has struck schools across the country has Indiana’s top public safety officials looking for new ways to protect our kids and teachers.Read more