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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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The Indy Yoga Movement is a nonprofit group bringing the practice into schools around central Indiana. Suzy Bindley, president and co-founder says schools are embracing the program. It has reached over 3-thousand students in 12 different schools and organizations. She says...
A landmark that served as the center of government before Indiana became a state will be featured Tuesday, January 20th at 8pm on the NBC television show "Parks and Recreation. The episode was filmed last fall at Grouseland in Vincennes. Grouseland executive director Lisa Ice-...
Statistics reveal that Indiana is one of the worst states in the nation for infant mortality. Hoosier infants are 25 percent more likely to die within their first year of life. State health officials say many of the deaths can be prevented, particularly by addressing problems...
More than 200 Indiana attorneys are offering free legal consultations as an annual tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. The Indiana State Bar Association’s program called “Talk to a Lawyer Today” was established in 2002 as a way continue King’s ideas on social justice. Lawyers will...
Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding calls it one of the largest theft rings he has ever seen. Authorities made two arrests following an investigation into over a million dollars in heavy equipment thefts from construction sites and businesses. Andrew Elpers, 36 and Thomas...
Hoosiers are under a deep freeze. Cold weather can also pose serious threats to pets’ health and safety. Indianapolis Care and Control offers these tips to keep pets safe in the cold weather; During below-freezing temperatures, the best place for your pet is inside. Cats should...
Madeline “Mady” Hayden of Hendricks County has won the title of Miss Indiana State Fair. The 18-year-old was chosen from 85 contestants. “I was hoping to make the top ten. That was like a dream, so this is amazing,” she said. “I know what it’s like to look up to a girl and be...
A pilot escaped serious injury following a plane crash in Delaware County. The single-engine plane went down in a wooded area Sunday. A nearby homeowner took State Police to the scene, where they discovered the plane's pilot, Richard Kingston, 59 conscious and alert. Police said...
In Vincennes, an 18-foot, 500-pound watermelon will rise in the sky and drop 12 Knox County watermelons at the stroke of midnight to mark the year 2015. The annual Watermelon Drop has drawn national attention since it began in 2008. It pays homage to Knox County's melon farms...