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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 large fire in downtown North Vernon Friday morning is endangering the town’s historic district. Initial reports are that the Hatton carpet store building is on fire again along with at least two other buildings in the historic downtown. Maj. Jerry Shepherd, spokesman for the...
Indianapolis police have identified the intruder who was shot and killed by the resident of a home Wednesday. The suspect killed was 23-year-old Derrick Nash of Indianapolis. The shooter has not been arrested. Officers were dispatched to the 7500 block of East 35th Street on a...
Governor Pence has proclaimed Thursday, November 20th, as Rural Health Day in Indiana. In conjunction with the nationwide observance, it's a day to showcase rural communities as wonderful places to live and work and increase awareness of rural health-related issues. Indiana’s...
A suspected robber is dead after being shot trying to break into a home. At approximately 12:30 A.M., officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were dispatched to the 7500 block of East 35th Street on a report of a person shot. Police arrived to find that the...
Ten Indiana trial courts will celebrate National Adoption Day by allowing families the opportunity to photograph and videotape adoption proceedings. The Indiana Supreme Court is authorizing cameras in court for uncontested adoptions. Participating counties will welcome...
Governor Pence has declared an official period of mourning to begin Monday and ordered that flags be lowered at state buildings across Indiana to mark the tragic murder of a native son at the hands of ISIS. Pence issued the statement: "Today, all of Indiana mourns the tragic...
With the holiday season upon us, police are stepping up safety enforcement. As you prepare for boots, more layers of clothes, and perhaps a tacky sweater, police will don radar guns in areas known for crashes and construction zones. Apart from speeders, police are also going to...
It's the number one hunting accident-- falls from tree stands. As firearms season for Indiana deer hunters begins Saturday, November 15th, conservation officers are stressing the importance of wearing a full-body harness. "Most of those who fell from tree stands were not wearing...
Everyone should have the right to find housing without facing discrimination based on income, but many families are being denied that right in Marion County. A recent audit conducted by the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana reveals high refusal rates for Hoosiers seeking...