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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. --Students at Purdue University have wanted a Chick-fil-A fast-food restaurant on campus for years, but Purdue's student body president doesn't think that's a great idea. That president, Jo Boileau, said the school is sending a questionable message to the...
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HAMMOND, Ind .--A mother had to drop off her child at a baby box in Hammond last week, the Founder and CEO of Safe Haven Baby Boxes said. “I want to personally thank the brave mother that carried her child to term, kept her safe, and then exercised her rights under the safe...
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INDIANAPOLIS --The Indianapolis 9/11 Memorial will soon be called the Indiana 9/11 Memorial, and you'll be able to see some changes that will reflect the new name and purpose. "The major reason for the expansion is we were fortunate enough to get a piece of the Pentagon stone,...
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OSGOOD, Ind. --In 2017, Desiree' McCartney, who was two years old, and her step brother Nathaniel Ritz, who was 11 months, both died of suffocation. Their 15-year-old brother will now stand trial for their murder as an adult, reported Fox19 in Cincinnati. He was found competent...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The nonprofit Downtown Indy Inc. and the Indiana War Memorials Commission shared details Tuesday about Shining a Light, a $7.6 million project funded by the Lilly Endowment. Bob Schultz is senior vice president of marketing with Downtown Indy, which...
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NEW YORK CITY --After the World Trade Center attack in 2001, 63 firefighters from Indiana went to New York to help their colleagues who were digging in the rubble at Ground Zero. Those Hoosiers and the firefighters who were lost that day, are part of the reason Gov. Holcomb has...
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( INDIANAPOLIS ) - Indiana schools want relief from a mountain of required staff training. Over the years, legislators have ordered all school employees to be trained in 21 different topics, including CPR, suicide, diabetes, epilepsy, homelessness, gang awareness, and human...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Cat overload. It's an issue that animal shelters all across the state are dealing with this time of the year, including Indianapolis Animal Care Services. "One day last week, we took in 20 stray cats," IACS Deputy Director Katie Trennepohl said. She said right...
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STATE WIDE --One person has died in Indiana because of vaping, says the CDC. Six people have died across the country. You should know how to tell if your teenager or young adult is vaping and have a conversation with them about stopping, said University of Indianapolis Public...