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LOUISVILLE, Ky.--A broken nose, two missing teeth and possibly the need for reconstructive surgery are some of the results of being dragged from a United flight from Chicago to Louisville, claims the family and attorney of Dr. David Dow, of Louisville. An Indiana PR professional...
INDIANAPOLIS - - Still looking for a place to take your family for Easter? Have an Easter basket and a kid--or grandkid--who loves chocolate, but you don't know where to go? Don't worry--WIBC has you covered! Once you check out our list, hop on over to Terri Stacy's Weekend...
WHITESTOWN, IN -- A boom is on in Whitestown. Yesterday a special census was released showing that the town's population has doubled in size. The special census by the U.S. Census Bureau shows Whitestown's population grew from 2,867 in 2010 to 7,814 by November 2016. That...
INDIANAPOLIS--If you're driving on North Meridian St., just north of 38th, and you see a whole bunch of blue and silver pinwheels, they're meant to remind you of the innocence of childhood, and how some children are robbed of that innocence through abuse. April is Child Abuse...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- The Muncie School Board voted Thursday to close three elementary schools as part of their deficit-reduction plan. Parents, faculty and staff voiced their concerns at Thursday night’s meeting before the board voted on the proposal. Storer Elementary, Mitchell...
TIPTON, Ind. -- A Tipton High School teacher was arrested on Thursday and charged with multiple counts of child seduction. Beau L. Engle, 37, was arrested by the Tipton Police Department on ten counts of child seduction. Tipton police say he was allegedly involved with one of...
A bill guaranteeing students religious freedom at school is headed for Governor Holcomb's desk. The bill guarantees students the right to pray on their own, wear religious symbols, or discuss their faith in classroom assignments. Supporters say it'll reassure school...
A signature from Governor Holcomb will allow police to expand Indiana's DNA database. Indiana already collects a DNA sample from anyone convicted of a felony, and regularly cross-checks unsolved cases against a national database. The Senate has given final approval to joining 17...
INDIANAPOLIS--Comic Con is not just for people who want to dress up. It's also for families and people who love characters, creativity and collecting. That's why David, a Network Indiana listener, is attending with his family for the first time this weekend. "It's certainly not...