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INDIANAPOLIS --Some parents have to make a tough choice: diapers or formula for the baby. Which one do you buy if you can't afford both? The Villages of Indiana hopes to help answer that question by making sure Hoosier families get diapers. Today is Diaper Day, and you can...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- A standoff between Delaware County sheriff's deputies and a man who refused to leave his house is over. Sheriff Ray Dudley says deputies were sent to a house in the 10700 block of North Wheeling Ave. after receiving a report of a nude man standing in the yard...
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WARSAW, Ind. -- A Warsaw man has been accused of attacking his wife with an axe. Joseph Waithira was arrested Monday evening after officers say he hit his wife, Sanda Waithira, 33, in the head with an axe. She was taken to the hospital in serious condition, according to WOWO ...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- During August, Bird and Lime scooters were forced from Indy's streets, but come September they're making a comeback. Tuesday, the Dept. of Business and Neighborhood Services gave final approval for Bird and Lime scooters to return. Licenses for both companies...
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MUNCIE, Ind. --At 100 years old, Ball State University is doing what no other institution of higher learning has done before, at least in Indiana. The school has accepted the responsibility for helping turn the Muncie public school district around. "We assumed the responsibility...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – A Noblesville man is dead after he was struck by a car while riding a bicycle. According to Noblesville Police , Christian Sheller, 47, was on his bicycle around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday on State Road 32 when a 2014 Chevrolet Spark, driven by Donnis Snorton of...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The BMV stores all kinds of personal information -- like your social security number, the information on your driver's license and more. For anybody who tried to get to the website last week by searching "mybmv" on Google, you may have seen profane language in...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A new partnership between clergy ministers and law enforcement is going on in Indianapolis. “One Congregation, One Precinct” aims to improve community-police relations and lower violence. As part of that program, faith leaders and members of the police force are...
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BEECH GROVE, Ind. --The owner of a 14-foot python that got out of its cage three months ago has agreed to no longer own snakes. Benjamin Tarplee reached an agreement with the City of Beech Grove stating that he would no longer own snakes in order to avoid paying a $2,500 fine...