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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 public will have an opportunity Tuesday, March 3rd to tour the new John Dillinger Museum in the historic Lake County Courthouse. The museum moved from the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond to the courthouse. Speros Batitastos, president and CEO of the South Shore Convention...
The University of Notre Dame is mourning the loss of a former president. Reverend Theodore Hesburgh died Thursday night (Feb. 26) at Holy Cross House adjacent to the University. . Hesburgh served as president from 1952-1987. The university issued a release; Father Hesburgh...
State health officials say there a quickly spreading outbreak of HIV in southeastern Indiana. There have been 26 confirmed and four preliminary HIV positive cases since mid-December. The large majority of cases are linked through injection drug abuse of the opioid painkiller...
The Speedway Town Council voted unanimously Monday night to appoint Robert Fishburn as Fire Chief. Fishburn has been Assistant Fire Chief and currently was serving as Interim Chief. Fishburn has twenty-five years’ experience working for the Speedway Fire Department, having...
Elwood Mayor Ron Arnold is resigning following an investigation by state police into his spending of campaign funds. Arnold was accused of dipping into the account to pay for things such as utility bills and personal out-of-state trips. In a statement, the mayor says; “As I said...
A southern Indiana father pleaded with lawmakers Wednesday to change the age of consent in the state from 16 to 18. Robert Fields testified before a senate committee that his then 16-year-old daughter was taken advantage of two years ago by someone he calls a close family member...
Proposed legislation before the Indiana lawmakers would ban the sale of unsafe, used tires. Dan Zielinski with the Rubber Manufacturers Association says worn-out, damaged tires are known safety risks yet these unregulated tires are available for sale in nearly every state,...
(photo courtesy RTV6) Two people are dead following an early morning crash on I-74 in Shelby County. At approximately 6:50 a.m., Indiana State Police troopers responded to a reported serious injury crash on westbound I-74 at the 103 mile marker. Troopers found a passenger car...
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...