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New Nature Preserve Opens Near Shelbyville

May 20, 2016
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New Nature Preserve Opens Near Shelbyville

SHELBYVILLE, Ind. — A nature preserve with century old trees is opened Thursday. Governor Mike Pence joined the Central Indiana Land Trust for a ribbon cutting at Meltzer Woods, a new nature preserve near Shelbyville that includes one of Indiana’s few old-growth forests – meaning it includes trees more than 150 years old that...

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Orlando Magic Reach Deal with Frank Vogel

May 20, 2016
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Orlando Magic Reach Deal with Frank Vogel

ORLANDO, Fl. — According to a report by the Orlando Sentinel, Frank Vogel has reached a deal with the Orlando Magic to become the team’s new head coach. It was perfect timing for the Magic after their head coach Scott Skiles resigned last week. For the last five years, Frank Vogel was the head...

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Nation’s Swimming Pools are Gross, and Dangerous

May 20, 2016
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Nation’s Swimming Pools are Gross, and Dangerous

INDIANAPOLIS – Healthy and Safe Swimming Week begins Monday, and in a new report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says nationwide testing shows most public swimming areas had at least one violation, and one in eight had to be closed immediately. Dr. Michael Beach, the agency’s associate director for healthy water, said...

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Knights of Columbus Donates to Various Organizations

May 20, 2016
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Knights of Columbus Donates to Various Organizations

BATESVILLE, Ind. — At the April 25th meeting of the Knights of Columbus, St Anthony Council 1461, Batesville, Indiana, checks from the profits of various fund raisers were presented to the following organizations: First row, left to right Laurie Husted, Batesville Crisis Pregnancy Hotline; Mary Jane Wessel, Right to Life of SEIN; Kara Tsuleff,...

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Rep. Messer Introduces Bill to Block Obama’s Transgender Directive

May 19, 2016
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Rep. Messer Introduces Bill to Block Obama’s Transgender Directive

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Representative Luke Messer introduced legislation on Wednesday that would block the Obama administration’s directive to allow transgender students to use the bathroom and locker room at school that corresponds with the gender they identify with. Schools around the country received the letter last week. It isn’t a law, but if schools don’t...

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ISP Awards Troopers Safe Driving Awards

May 19, 2016
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ISP Awards Troopers Safe Driving Awards

VERSAILLES, Ind. — Two Indiana state police troopers from the Versailles post have earned Safe Driving Awards recently. Trooper David Noah received an award for 350,000 safe driving miles for his entire career. Trooper Nicholas Albrecht received an award for 50,000 safe driving miles for his career.  

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Ivy Tech Names New President

May 19, 2016
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Ivy Tech Names New President

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Former Indiana Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann was announced as Ivy Tech’s new president Wednesday. Elsperman says, “This is a big job and it is crucial to the future of not just Ivy Tech, but, in many ways, the state.” Ivy Tech State Board of Trustees Chair Paula Hughes said, “Sue brings the...

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Indianapolis Unhealthiest City in US

May 19, 2016
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Indianapolis Unhealthiest City in US

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis is officially the unhealthiest city in the United States, according to one study. High obesity and smoking rates, along with record-setting inactivity, earned Indianapolis the top spot of the unhealthiest places to live in America. A study done by the American College of Sports Medicine looked at a number of factors for...

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Indiana State Police Honor Fallen Officers

May 19, 2016
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Indiana State Police Honor Fallen Officers

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s National Police Week, and Wednesday Indiana State Police paid homage to their fellow officers who lost their lives in the line of service to save fellow Hoosiers. They read the name of each fallen officer, starting all the way back in the 1930’s. The memorial service also included a 21-gun...

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Ending the Senior Snap Gap

May 19, 2016
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Ending the Senior Snap Gap

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — More than 7 million, or 40 percent, of seniors eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) have not applied, and the numbers are even lower in the Hoosier State. During Older Americans Month, the National Council on Aging has an effort under way to close the “SNAP Gap,” to get...

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