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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 highly-contagious virus has infected cats at Indianapolis Animal Care & Control . Feline panleukopenia is similar to the parvovirus in dogs, and is almost always fatal in cats. Possible signs or symptoms of infection with panleukopenia are varied and include; loss of...
Mayor Greg Ballard has appointed City-County Controller Jason D. Dudich as his new Chief of Staff. Dudich will succeed Ryan Vaughn who is leaving the Mayor’s Office to become President of the Indiana Sports Corporation. “Jason has provided tremendous leadership during the last...
Amazon.com is planning to add hundreds of workers at its operations in central and southeast Indiana for the holiday season in order to meet an increase in customer demand. The online retailer intends to fill 80,000 seasonal fulfillment and sortation center positions around the...
Several people had to be rescued from a burning apartment building on the city's south side early Thursday. The fire broke out at the Winchester Village Apartments in the 8000 block of Madison Avenue, near the intersection of Madison and East Stop 11 Road shortly before 4am...
Indianapolis Fire Department officials were called to the Indianapolis Zoo after two sky cars at the new orangutan exhibit became stuck. Six Zoo guests were rescued from the Indianapolis Sky Ride after their ride cars stopped about 35 feet in the air Sunday afternoon. The stop...
Indiana State Police are investigating a three-vehicle accident near Pendleton Tuesday afternoon that killed a motorcyclist. Lloyd Gillespie, 70 of Fortville died when the Suzuki motorcycle he was riding was hit head on in the south bound lane of SR 67 by a north bound Chevrolet...
A prayer service will be held at Butler University Wednesday for an Indiana man captured by ISIS. Abdul-Rahman Kassig, known as Peter before he converted to Islam, is being held by the terror group. The Butler Muslim Student Association will host a mass prayer and evening of...
Voter enthusiasm among young people appears to be on the decline. According to the Harvard Institute of Politics, only 23 percent of voters under 30 are expected to vote. But it's not like these millennial's aren't paying attention to the issues around them. Just ask Hillary...
Purdue University researchers will study how blueberries reduce bone loss in postmenopausal women. Previous research in animal models and epidemiological studies show that polypheolic and flavanoids reduce age-related bone loss. The researchers will be working with the Blueberry...