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LANSING, Mich. -- A fourth victim of Thursday’s plane crash in central Michigan has died from injuries sustained in the crash. Zechariah Bennett, 27, of Plainfield died from his injuries on Saturday, two days after he and five others were aboard a plane that crashed at the...
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GREENCASTLE, Ind. --Social media posts by a candidate for Greencastle city council are being condemned by a national Muslim advocacy organization. A representative from the Council on American-Islamic Relations said the posts are not funny and seem like a threat. “America needs...
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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A unique attempt at shoplifting "burned" a woman from Edinburgh over the weekend. Jennifer Durban, 34, was arrested Sunday at a Walmart in Columbus after she was seen burning price tags off of merchandise with a butane torch. After she was handcuffed, Durban...
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. --Trying to decrease violence in South Bend was the goal of a Peacemaker Summit Sunday. Over 500 people attended the Summit at Pentecostal Cathedral Church, including South Bend Mayor and Democrat Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg. One of the main topics of...
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( ZIONSVILLE, Ind.) - One of the candidates for Susan Brooks' seat in Congress is stepping aside -- at least for now. Former Workforce Development Commissioner Steve Braun says an unspecified issue turned up during his annual physical, and says he's suspending his campaign for a...
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INDIANAPOLIS --A soldier's Purple Heart that had been lost was returned to his family in Indianapolis Saturday. Private First Class Paul Bowden served in World War II, but died in Belgium shortly after the war. Several family members had the medal, but it got lost at some point...
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WHITING, Ind. -- The first round of voting for the Mascot Hall of Fame is underway, and two Indy mascots need your support! Blue, the mascot for the Indianapolis Colts, and Boomer, the mascot for the Indiana Pacers, are eligible for the Hall of Fame's Class of 2020. Blue and...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Fifty-one years after a soldier from Indiana was killed in Vietnam, he was honored with a funeral in his hometown of Indianapolis. U.S. Army First Lieutenant Alan Bardach, 24, was a graduate of Broad Ripple High School and Purdue University. He was killed...
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HAMMOND, Ind. -- An investigation is underway following the death of an infant girl from Hammond. Authorities say officers responded to St. Catherine's Hospital in East Chicago on September 29th after a five-month-old child was brought in by ambulance. An autospy conducted...