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Lilly Foundation Second Largest In The Nation

INDIANAPOLIS  –   A new analysis shows that the Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment is now the nation’s second-largest private charitable foundation in the nation. The Lilly Endowment was founded in 1937 with gifts of Lilly stock by three members

Kittens Found In Baby Box

CARMEL, Ind. — The Carmel Fire Department issued a reminder to residents Friday afternoon that the Safe Haven Baby Box at Carmel Fire Station 45 is intended for newborn babies, not animals. The reminder came after the

State Releases Funds For ISU Dreiser Hall Renovations

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The State Budget Committee in Indianapolis approved release of funds Friday for Indiana State University’s $18.4 million Dreiser Hall renovation project.  Funding for the project was included in the 2019-21 state budget as


GREENE COUNTY, Ind. – Police in Greene County are looking for two missing teens. Police say 14-year-old Jailye ‘Brooke’ Elliot and 15-year-old Sydney McNeal were last on Thursday at their respective homes in Bloomfield. Jaylie is described

Don’t Let Your Christmas Tree Go Up In Flames

CARMEL, Ind. — If your Christmas tree catches on fire, it will only take seconds to for it be fully engulfed in flames. That’s unless you take the proper precautions, say Carmel firefighters. Tim Griffin with the

New Class Of Troopers Graduate From Academy

Indianapolis, Ind – Thursday (12/19/19) evening the 79th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy completed its graduation ceremony in the Indiana State Capitol Rotunda. After the commencement address the oath of office for the 37 new State Police officers was delivered

Miss Indiana Not Chosen As Miss America

UNCASVILLE, Conn – Miss Indiana Tiarra Taylor introduced herself as being “a proud Sycamore” from Indiana State University at the start of NBC’s live national telecast of the Miss America competition Thursday night, but she was not

Study Shows Meth, Cocain, Opioids Are Trending Drugs In Indiana

INDIANA, Dec. 19, 2019 – Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Buprenorphine and Fentanyl drug use are on the rise throughout the Midwest, according to data collected by Michigan-based oral fluid testing lab, Forensic Fluids Laboratories. Headquartered in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Forensic Fluids