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Taylor Bennett

Taylor Bennett is an anchor/reporter and news editor for WIBC's sister entity, Network Indiana. She can be heard on WIBC reporting stories from around the state.  Taylor is a graduate of Vincennes University.

She started her broadcast career in Anderson as News Director for WHBU and WAXT. She then moved to Muncie where she was news director at WLBC. She joined Network Indiana in 1993.  Taylor has received several awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and from the Associated Press.

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A global digital marketing company has selected Indianapolis for its North American headquarters. Austria-based Emarsys is planning to create more than 167 jobs in the city. The company will invest $3.2 million to lease, renovate and equip more than 15,000 square feet of office...
Charges have been filed against the driver of a church bus involved in a fatal crash in Hancock County. Charles Goodman, 53 of Gary, Indiana faces charges of reckless homicide and driving while suspended. Prosecutors said Goodman admitted he fell asleep behind the wheel. Goodman...
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) announced that on July 28 it received official notice from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) that its health centers in Merrillville, Bloomington and Indianapolis were found compliant with state abortion clinic...
July has been a wet month. The heavy rain from Sunday was enough to push Indianapolis to the wettest July ever and also the wettest month on record. The total now stands at 13.13 inches of rain in Indianapolis and has moved past the previous record of 13.12 inches set back in...
Police believe a dispute from a love triangle led to the deaths of two men in Parker City. Investigators say Jonathan L. Sumwalt, age 28 of Farmland, went to an apartment Sunday afternoon and shot Michael L. Refzka, age 31, when he answered the door. After shooting Refzka,...
Thursday, July 23 is Jeff Gordon Day in Pittsboro, Indiana. A chance to win a Meet & Greet with Jeff Gordon, new live entertainment, children's activities and expanded vendor booths have been added to the Jeff Gordon Day lineup . The event will include ongoing activites at...
Governor Pence has declared a period of mourning in the wake of last week's shooting in Tennessee which took the lives of four U.S. Marines and one Navy Sailor. The governor is directing flags at state facilities statewide to be flown at half-staff beginning Tuesday, July 21st...
Poverty continues to be among the biggest challenges faced by children in Indiana. In fact, according to the latest Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count 2015 data book, child poverty increased 4 percent from 2008 to 2013. Overall, Indiana ranked 32nd in the country for overall...
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has officially joined the race for the 9th District congressional seat. “As Attorney General of Indiana, I have battled the overreach of the federal government, defending our state’s right to make its own decisions without interference from...