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STATEWIDE- -A winter storm watch goes into effect Sunday night through Tuesday morning for portions of central Indiana and surrounding areas. "Snow will arrive in central Indiana starting primarily on Sunday evening perhaps mixing with some freezing rain," says National Weather...
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University may soon stop requiring students to submit their ACT or SAT scores with college applications. A spokesman for the university says that students who are applying for fall 2021 could have the option to not submit the testing. IU's Board of...
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TIPTON, Ind. -- The mayor of a city north of Indianapolis died Friday morning. Don S. Havens, 74, died at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, Young-Nichols Funeral Home in Tipton said. Havens was a resident of Tipton for nearly his entire life, according...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The man behind Butler University’s live mascot, a bulldog named Trip, is getting a new kidney. Back in August, News 8 reported that Michael Kaltenmark needed a kidney donation. He posted Friday morning on social media that he found a match: The donor will be his...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Animal welfare advocates called for increased efforts to prevent pet neglect after an emaciated, dehydrated puppy was rescued from an Indianapolis basement. “Leonard” was dropped off Monday night at an IndyHumane clinic by a good Samaritan, Dr. Jessica Snyder...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Defense Authorization Act mandates federal government employees get 12 weeks paid time off for parental leave. Indiana's Rep. Jackie Walorski (R), told the Paid Time Off Summit in Washington, that the federal government has set an example, but...
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STATE WIDE -- If you hunt deer, you're being asked to donate your extra venison. Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry says they'll pay for the processing, and the deer, or part of deer that you donate, can feed as many as 200 people. "Last year we did over 50,000 lbs. of venison," said...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb isn't slamming the door completely on giving teachers more money in the upcoming session --but he says there are a lot of questions to be answered first. The Indiana State Teachers Association is asking for what it calls a $75 million "down...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -Born from a piece of Indiana limestone mined from a quarry between Bedford and Bloomington, the Living Monument joined the other memorials in Indianapolis Friday, dedicated to all who have served, like all the other monuments. But, the Living Monument is also...