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Man Bitten by Venomous Snake in State Park

July 18, 2016
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Man Bitten by Venomous Snake in State Park

NASHVILLE, Ind. — A central Indiana man camping in Brown County State Park is recovering after being bitten by a venomous snake. Conservation officers say 35-year-old Nan Zhang of Carmel and his family were camping in Taylor Ridge Campground in Brown County State Park and were headed to a shower house Saturday evening when...

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Silver Alert Issued for Missing Evansville Teen

July 18, 2016
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Silver Alert Issued for Missing Evansville Teen

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — State Police are asking for your help in finding 19-year-old Aleah D. Beckerie, who was last seen Saturday in Evansville. She is bi-racial, 4 ft. 10, 95 lbs., brown hair and brown eyes. Beckerie is in a wheelchair and cannot speak, other than a few mumbled words. She needs help to...

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Indiana State Police Cracking Down on Reckless Driving

July 18, 2016
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Indiana State Police Cracking Down on Reckless Driving

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indiana State Police are participating in a six-state joint enforcement aimed at reducing crashes by curtailing aggressive and reckless driving. The joint effort that began Sunday and runs through Saturday involves state troopers from Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. In the state of Indiana, aggressive driving is a Class A misdemeanor...

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Trump Announces Pence as VP Candidate

July 15, 2016
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Trump Announces Pence as VP Candidate

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Donald trump announced on Twitter on Friday that he is selecting Mike Pence as his VP Nominee. Pence filed paperwork Friday morning to withdraw from the gubernatorial race so he can become Donald Trump’s running mate in the presidential race. While many reports pegged Pence as Trump’s final choice, the presumptive Republican nominee...

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Oldenburg Getting Ready for Freudenfest

July 15, 2016
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Oldenburg Getting Ready for Freudenfest

OLDENBURG, Ind. — Oldenburg’s population will increase this weekend as the town celebrates the 40th annual Freudenfest. Events begin at 5 p.m. today and continue through Saturday evening. The Freudenfest, dubbed the “Festival of Fun,” also serves as an opportunity to meet new friends. Organizers say tourists from multiple states and as far away as...

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Napoleon FD Preparing for Annual Picnic

July 15, 2016
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Napoleon FD Preparing for Annual Picnic

NAPOLEON, Ind. — The Napoleon Fire Department has been gearing up for its annual picnic. Events start at 5 pm Friday and continue through Saturday night. There will be live music both nights, as well as events and activities for the entire family. On Saturday, the fire department will also be holding its ATV...

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ISP Troopers from Versailles Post Awarded Top 20 & Top Gun Award

July 15, 2016
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ISP Troopers from Versailles Post Awarded Top 20 & Top Gun Award

PLAINFIELD, Ind. — At the annual Indiana State Police Pistol Match, Trooper Brent Lykins from the Indiana State Police Versailles Post finished in first place, taking the “Top Gun” Award, while Master Trooper Jason Hankins, also from the Versailles Post, finished in 20th place. The annual pistol match was held at the Indiana Law...

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Trump Delays Running Mate Announcement

July 15, 2016
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Trump Delays Running Mate Announcement

NEW YORK — Donald Trump has decided to delay his scheduled announcement of a running mate following Thursday’s attacks in France. FOX reporter Carl Cameron talked with Trump after the attacks and said Trump was truly alarmed and disgusted by the news and said that people who do not like his “politically incorrect” tone...

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Wood-Mizer Sawmills Used to Help Build Ark Encounter

July 15, 2016
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Wood-Mizer Sawmills Used to Help Build Ark Encounter

WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — The Ark Encounter project is being recognized as the world’s largest freestanding timber frame structure, with a total of 3.1 million board feet of timber used in its construction. A football field and a half long, the volume of the Biblically scaled Ark is the equivalent of 500 standard semi-truck trailers,...

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UPDATED: I-74 Closed Near Restpark

July 15, 2016
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UPDATED: I-74 Closed Near Restpark

UPDATE: 7:35 AM — Batesville Police have re-opened the interstate. The accident has been cleared and traffic should be flowing back to normal soon. BATESVILLE, Ind. — Batesville Police have confirmed that an accident on I-74 Westbound just West of the rest stop is currently closed due to a traffic accident. At least one...

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