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STATEWIDE -- If you or someone in your family has diabetes you aren't alone. In Indiana there are 738,000 people living with diabetes, and 160,000 more who don't know they have the disease, said LaShawn McIver, senior vice president of the American Diabetes Association. That's...
RICHMOND, Ind. -- Earlham College in Richmond is suspending its D3 football program. It seems the last straw for Earlham's interim president Avis Stewart was a 70-to-6 loss to Rose-Hulman over the weekend. The loss put Earlham in the history books. With 51 straight losses, the...
STATE WIDE --Indiana may have a spring in 2019. The National Weather Service talked about their predictions for Indiana for this winter in a chat Monday night. You could see more snow and a slightly colder than normal winter. "Maybe the best news for those who were looking for...
(GREENWOOD, Ind.) - $11 million in road improvements are complete in Greenwood. Mayor Mark Myers says the old east-west connector between two main arteries, Madison Avenue and Meridian Street, created traffic and safety problems. A crossing at the top of a hill was too close to...
INDIANAPOLIS – As you gather with family for Thanksgiving, you might not know that you may eat as many as 3,000 calories with enough fat as three sticks of butter. The Calorie Control Council says if you eat the typical holiday dinner with turkey and all of the trimmings, it...
INDIANAPOLIS --Amazon's second headquarters will not be in Indianapolis. Instead of one city, Amazon picked three. It's splitting the coveted "HQ2" project between New York and the D.C. suburbs, while adding an East Coast operations hub in Nashville, Tennessee. Governor Holcomb...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indy Fuel hockey team is looking after a lost stuffed bunny while they search for its owner. The team says the bunny was left behind at Saturday's game, and they want to reunite it with the child that lost it. Alright, Internet - time to do your thing. This...
NEW MARKET, Ind. -- A Montgomery County woman is in jail after police say she fatally shot her husband, then waited three days to call police. Sheila Ridenour, 55, is charged with murder and failure to report a dead body. Police say Ridenour called 911 on Monday morning about a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Metro Police are searching for a man with dementia who walked out of a south side hospital Monday night. Joseph Floyd, 70, walked out of Community Hospital South at 8:05 p.m. Monday. He was last seen walking toward County Line Road. Floyd is 5 feet, 11...