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12 Year Old Starved To Death In Monroe County

MONROE COUNTY, Ind. — Two people have been arrested in connection to the neglect and death of a 12-year-old, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Police say 32-year-old Luis Posso, the child’s father, and 25-year-old Dayan

Indy Zoo Elephant Kedar Is Doing Well

INDIANAPOLIS – Good news for an elephant at the Indianapolis Zoo. 13-year-old Kedar is showing almost no signs of Elephant endotheliotropic herpesviruses, the Zoo said Tuesday. Kedar recently tested positive for EEHV, which has killed two of

Ribbon Cutting At Indiana’s First National Park

GARY, Ind. — Officials gathered Tuesday morning for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to rename the Indiana Dunes. The national lakeshore is now Indiana’s first national park. Indiana Dunes National Park hugs 15-miles of the southern shore of Lake

Severe Weather Rocks Pendleton And Madison County

PENDLETON, Ind. — Over a thousand residents in Pendleton are still without power this morning after a possible tornado blew through the Madison County town Monday evening. The National Weather Service has yet to officially confirm it,

Beer Has Big Impact On Indiana Economy

INDIANA – A new study shows America’s beer industry has a major impact on Indiana. The Beer Saves America study, commissioned by the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the Beer Institute, says the beer industry contributes $5.5

Disreguarding School Bus Stop Arms Still A Problem

INDIANA  — Indiana State Police are reminding drivers to stop disregarding school buses that have stopped to pick up or drop off students. Indiana State Police Sgt. Todd Ringle, says school bus drivers across Indiana reported more