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(WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.) - Indiana farmers still don't have all their crops in the ground. That could damage farm income not just this year, but next year. There's been so much rain that farmers in the northern two-thirds of Indiana couldn't get their planting done. Purdue...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Two fires within minutes of each other on Tuesday morning were set intentionally, according to the Indianapolis Fire Department. "The investigators have ruled both of those fires as arson," said IFD Battalion Chief Rita Reith. Reith says a person of interest was...
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PORTAGE, Ind. -- Naked and claiming to be "God's Light," that's what a man in Portage did before admitting to consuming LSD, mushrooms and marijuana, said police. Preston Norville, of Spencer, Iowa, is accused of public intoxication and public nudity. Police were called to Todo...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry says he's particularly interested in our climate and climate change. He said he arrived to the U.S. Conference of Mayors a day early to attend the Climate Mayors Summit. "Climate change is real," said Henry. "A lot of it is a result...
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INDIANAPOLIS --If you're using a grill or having a bonfire on July 4th or anytime around the holiday, you're being reminded to have some water handy to make sure the fire is out. Dr. Brian Wagers, an emergency room doctor at Riley Children's Health, said children can get burned...
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. --A man accused of kidnapping and raping a girl in Tippecanoe County committed suicide almost a week ago, but police say the investigation into that man is far from over. Paul Etter was on the loose for nearly six days after police were tipped off about him...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- As the 4th of July draws closer, many people in Indianapolis and central Indiana are planning to use fireworks in their holiday celebrations. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Indianapolis Fire Department have a few things you should know before...
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ANDERSON, Ind. — An Anderson man is accused of biting his pregnant wife and beating her with a vacuum hose. Lance Cooper was arrested early Monday morning after his wife called 911, the Anderson Police Department told the Herald-Bulletin newspaper . Cooper's wife told police her...
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UPDATE: As of 10:15 a.m., it appears that the AT&T 911 service issues have been resolved. HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. - AT&T cellular customers may have trouble dialing 911 in some parts of central Indiana. AT&T is experiencing issues with 911 calls, according too...