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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo has some new residents prowling around. On Wednesday, the zoo announced that one of its Canadian lynx, Frisco, gave birth to three cubs. Acadia and her brothers, Nootka and Sekani, were born last month. The zoo said in a Facebook...
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STATEWIDE -- People in Indiana need to recycle more. That's the message from Indiana's Recycling Coalition. The group says just 17% percent of people in Indiana put recyclable plastic, glass, or newspaper in a recycling bin. The goal is to grow that number to 50%. The Recycling...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- An Marion County inmate who ran away from a sheriff's deputy on Tuesday is back in police custody. Brittany Howell, 29, was arrested just before 1 a.m. Thursday while trying to board a Greyhound Bus headed to Ohio. She ran away from a sheriff's deputy on Tuesday...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --When Pres. Trump's son and associates agreed to meet with the Russians in June 2016, the Russians were able to open a door to have access to the administration, said experts who answered questions from Indiana's Rep. Andre' Carson (D), in a House Intelligence...
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FRANKLIN, Ind. -- The president of Franklin College has announced plans to leave the school, according to The Daily Journal. Franklin College announced Wednesday that Pres. Thomas J. Minar will step down at the end of the 2019-20 school year. The school did not give a reason for...
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NEWTON COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) — Police in Newton County have arrested one of the three men charged following the release of a video showing animal abuse at Fair Oaks Farms. Edgar Gardozo-Vasquez, 36, of Brook, was being held Wednesday in the Newton County jail. He was wanted on a...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- It's all about raising money for pediatric cancer research. Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles participated in a viral challenge for that cause. You may remember the Ice Bucket Challenge several years ago, which brought raised money and awareness...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A new report says Indiana's healthcare system is slowly improving, but still ranks 36th in the nation for overall quality care. David Radley, a senior scientist for the Commonwealth Fund, says Indiana is struggling with what are called "deaths of despair." "These...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people were shot Wednesday around 5:45 p.m. in the 2900 block of North Dearborn Street, Indianapolis police said. One victim flagged down officers from a car near East 33rd Street and North Sherman Drive, approximately one mile from the shooting scene,...