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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The U.N. calls it the world's worst humanitarian crisis, but it may be the death of a single U.S. resident that prompts a U.S. response.   Saudi Arabia has been propping up the government of neighboring Yemen in a civil war with Iranian-backed rebels. Its...
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WINCHESTER, Ind. -- A Silver Alert has been issued for a teenage girl not seen since early Monday morning. Indiana State Police issued a statewide alert for 14-year-old Rebekah Jane Perreira. She hasn't been seen since 1 a.m. Monday in Winchester. She's described as 5'3", 154...
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WINCHESTER, Ind. -- A soybean thief is behind bars in Randolph County. David Patterson, 55, of Modoc, stole a semi and two trailers filled with soybeans and then sold the grain for about $17,000, according to Capt. Tom Pullins of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department. Capt...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Is Indiana part of the new tornado alley? A new study suggests tornadoes are popping up more east than ever before, shifting the traditional "Tornado Alley" closer to the Midwest. The study in the Journal Climate and Atmospheric Science found that over the past...
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CARMEL, Ind. -- The death of a child can be devastating for a family, which is why one couple has put together a support group for children who are coping with the loss of a brother or sister. Crew Long was only three years old when he died Sept. 18, 2017 from complications of...
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STATEWIDE -- As Indiana recognizes "Safe Schools Week," Indiana's Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jennifer McCormick says school safety is very broad and covers more than just threats or acts of violence on students and teachers. "It's anything from our trips on our...
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INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Power and Light Customers will remain in the dark throughout the day Monday and well into the evening hours, the utility company said Monday morning. More than 3,500 customers have been without power since high winds whipped through central Indiana on...
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INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis will have its first indoor dog park soon. The 4,000-square foot facility is slated to open in the winter on East 82nd Street across from Castleton Square Mall and will welcome dogs of all breeds and sizes. The founder of Indy's Indoor Bark Park,...
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Seventh in a series (INDIANAPOLIS) - Looming over Indiana's U.S. Senate election is name that's not on the ballot: Donald Trump. For opposite reasons, Democrat Senator Joe Donnelly and Republican challenger Mike Braun are trying to emphasize their points of agreement with Trump...