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FAIR OAKS, Ind. --You can always end up with bad people in your organization, said Fair Oaks Farms founder Dr. Mike McClosky in a seven-minute video update Thursday. He was responding to a video released Tuesday, that showed four employees and a fifth person abusing cows and...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Republican nominee for mayor Jim Merritt won't walk in Saturday's Indy Pride gay-rights parade after all. Organizers had declared Merritt shouldn't take part in the parade because of a Senate voting record they say is anti-gay. On Tuesday, Merritt said Indy...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The "Soldiers of Hope," a student art group at Riverside Intermediate, makes art with a purpose. The group of 5th and 6th graders met once a week for eight weeks during the spring for the chance to bring their artwork to the Central Indiana Cancer Center in...
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A Greentown man faces more than a dozen counts of child molesting after a teenage girl told police he molested her twice a week for about two years.
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NEW ORLEANS, La. --A convention that specializes in hearing and investigating true crime stories will discuss the murders of two girls in Delphi this weekend in New Orleans. The murders of Abby Williams and Libby German in Delphi back in 2017 will be discussed at Crime Con...
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Indianapolis Public Schools announced it has been awarded a grant for $650,000. IPS already has plans for how they will use the money.
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Police on Wednesday night announced 24 arrests connected to a string of cellphone store robberies. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said in a news release that 31 felonies and 11 misdemeanors were filed. Earlier Wednesday, IMPD, the FBI Violent...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The economy and climate change dominated the discussion in Fort Wayne last night as Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren hosted a town hall on MSNBC. The town hall was moderated by Chris Hayes who said Fort Wayne is "the heart of Trump country" in...
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STATEWIDE -- Summer is almost here which means more Hoosiers will be spending more time outside. IU Health special pathogens unit director Mary Kay Foster is warning you to stay vigilant of ticks. She said the most commonly associated disease with tick bites is Lyme Disease,...