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Larger Crowd Means Tighter Security at this Year’s Indy 500

May 27, 2016
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Larger Crowd Means Tighter Security at this Year’s Indy 500

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An expected record-breaking crowd at this year’s 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 means that attendees should be ready for heightened security. Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials are encouraging attendees to arrive at least two hours earlier than they usually would due to the sold-out crowd and new security features. The speedway’s...

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Drowning Numbers High in Indiana

May 27, 2016
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Drowning Numbers High in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Boating season is about to kick into high gear on waterways around the state, and officials are urging Indiana swimmers and boating enthusiasts to take the proper precautions to stay safe. A total of 76 people in Indiana died of accidental drowning or submersion in 2014, the latest year the numbers...

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Missing Cincinnati Woman Found Dead in Franklin County

May 26, 2016
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Missing Cincinnati Woman Found Dead in Franklin County

FRANKLIN CO., Ind. — A body found in rural Franklin County has been identified as that of a missing Cincinnati woman. Therese M. Barrett, 61, was declared a missing endangered person on May 9. She has medical and mental issues that required medication, police said. Her body was found May 20 on U.S. 52...

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Pair of Traffic Stops Lead to Drug Arrests

May 26, 2016
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Pair of Traffic Stops Lead to Drug Arrests

MADISON & GREENSBURG, Ind. — Recently, two traffic stops conducted by State Police troopers in the Versailles District led to the arrest of two men on numerous drug related charges. On Sunday May 22nd, shortly after 8:00 a.m., Troopers conducted a traffic stop on East Main Street in Madison. During the stop, Elmer Moore,...

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Larry Armbrecht Retires from Napoleon State Bank

May 26, 2016
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Larry Armbrecht Retires from Napoleon State Bank

OSGOOD, Ind. — The Napoleon State Bank announced that Larry Armbrecht, Osgood Branch Manager & Loan Officer will retire May 27. Armbrecht began his banking career of 41 years with Bank of Versailles from 1975-1978, and then Ripley County Bank from 1978-2000. He was hired by The Napoleon State Bank in 2000 as the...

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Gregg Chooses Christina Hale for Running Mate

May 26, 2016
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Gregg Chooses Christina Hale for Running Mate

Indianapolis Representative Christina Hale will be John Gregg’s running mate. Gregg praises the two-term legislator as a hard worker who’s been willing to “dig deep” on tough issues, from broadband to sexual assault, and who’s demonstrated an ability to work across the aisle. Hale charges Governor Pence has halted Indiana’s progress by governing through...

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Noodles & Company Data Breach Affects Indiana Restaurants

May 26, 2016
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Noodles & Company Data Breach Affects Indiana Restaurants

STATEWIDE — If you have eaten at Noodles & Company recently, you might want to check your bank or credit card statement. Noodles & Company says a data breach potentially affecting some or all of its restaurants across the country may have exposed your card data. The fast-casual chain has more than 500 locations...

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Lady Twisters Win Tennis Regional Crown

May 26, 2016
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Lady Twisters Win Tennis Regional Crown

The Oldenburg Academy Lady Twisters have captured The Girls Tennis Regionals at Richmond by defeating The Shenandoah Lady Raiders 5-0. Winners for OA:  1s: Angela Wanstrath; 2s: Margaret Glaser; 3s: Meghan Gray; 1d: Anya Smith and Ashley Sedler; and 2d: Sarah Preston and Hannah Hurm. The Lady Twisters will be battling The Terre Haute...

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Crum Trucking Expanding, Adding 70+ Jobs

May 25, 2016
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Crum Trucking Expanding, Adding 70+ Jobs

BATESVILLE, Ind. — Crum Trucking announced plans to expand its operations, creating up to 72 new high-wage jobs by 2019. The family-owned company will invest $4.15 million to more than double its existing 12, 636-square-foot facility at the Batesville Industrial Park. The 21,500-square-foot addition will house the company’s 24-7 dispatch service and maintenance departments,...

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Batesville Students and Staff Become Ill

May 25, 2016
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30 students and staff from Batesville High school became ill over the weekend. Preliminary indications were that they became ill from food poisoning after a meal at the Big Four Café, but Chef Adam Israel and the Ripley County Health Department think it may be something else. WRBI reached out to the high school...

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