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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.– 14 Purdue University students were suspended for violating the “Protect Purdue Pledge.” That’s the school’s policy that states students should not host or attend large gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic. If they do, they
(INDIANAPOLIS) — Indiana’s food banks are racing to fill a staffing shortage. The Indiana National Guard has been helping to staff food banks, but that deployment ends Wednesday as federal funding runs out. Feeding Indiana’s Hungry, which
(CARMEL, Ind.) — Carmel will go ahead with trick-or-treating this Halloween, despite the pandemic. Trick-or-treating hours will run from 5 to 8 p.m. The city is urging trick-or-treaters to maintain six-foot distancing from the door, or wear
(INDIANAPOLIS) — Marion County won’t join the rest of Indiana in eliminating capacity limits on restaurants and bars on Saturday — but it is loosening those restrictions. Starting Monday, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and gyms can move up
WASHINGTON — Progress on a coronavirus vaccine has been quick, according to Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar. Johnson and Johnson said on Thursday that their candidate for a vaccine has entered the final stage of
(BLOOMINGTON, Ind.) — An IU fraternity is shutting down for the year after violating a quarantine. The Monroe County Health Department says Alpha Epsilon Pi not only defied pandemic control measures, but lied to police about it.