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Franklin County Woman Missing Since May 9

May 18, 2016
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Franklin County Woman Missing Since May 9

BROOKVILLE, Ind. — Multiple police agencies are seeking an endangered missing woman who suffers from medical and mental health issues that require medication. 61 year old Therese Barrett, 61, has been missing since May 9. On May 10, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office located Barrett’s car abandoned off of U.S. 52 on Standard Materials...

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AFSP Suicide Prevention Walk Scheduled for Saturday (May 21)

May 18, 2016
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AFSP Suicide Prevention Walk Scheduled for Saturday (May 21)

GREENSBURG, Ind. — On Saturday Greensburg High School will host the 5th annual AFSP Greensburg Campus Walk for Suicide Prevention. With it brings hope to many in the community battling mental illness and depression. Many of the teams are named in honor of loved ones whom were lost to a completed suicide. Each person...

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Shelbyville Teen Trys to Buy Car with Fake Money

May 18, 2016
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Shelbyville Teen Trys to Buy Car with Fake Money

SHELBYVILLE, Ind. — If you’re going to buy a car – you shouldn’t use fake money. That’s the lesson that a Shelby County teenager learned Monday night. Police say 18-year-old Austin Davis from Waldron handed over about 75-hundred dollars in phony cash. The guy who sold the car noticed the words “For Motion Picture...

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Search Still on for Missing IU Student

May 18, 2016
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Search Still on for Missing IU Student

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — After nearly five years and the pursuit of more than 35-hundred tips, the Bloomington Police Department says it is still working “diligently” to determine what happened to Lauren Spierer. The Indiana University sophomore has not been seen since the early morning hours of June 3, 2011.

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Department of Health: Zika Unlikely to Surface in Indiana

May 18, 2016
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Department of Health: Zika Unlikely to Surface in Indiana

STATEWIDE — The Zika virus isn’t likely to surface in Indiana, but you still need to take precautions against mosquitoes. State Department of Health epidemiologist Bryan D. Price says there will probably be Zika cases in the U-S from people who have traveled overseas. But there’s no sign mosquitoes carrying the virus have made...

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Area Boys Baseball Sectional Pairings

May 17, 2016
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Area Boys Baseball Sectional Pairings

A field of 385 teams and 7,210 student‐athletes will begin play next week as the pairings for the 50th Annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament Series were drawn this morning in Indianapolis. Sectional competition begins Wednesday, May 25, and continues through Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day), with the 64 champions advancing to a four‐team regional...

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Ziemke Earns Top Score from Indiana Chamber

May 17, 2016
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Ziemke Earns Top Score from Indiana Chamber

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State Representative Cindy Ziemke earned a 98 percent on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Vote Analysis for her support of pro-economy, pro-jobs legislation. Ziemke’s score is based on her performance during the 2016 session of the Indiana General Assembly and her votes cast in agreement with the Indiana Chamber’s...

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Forethought Renamed to Global Atlantic

May 17, 2016
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Forethought Renamed to Global Atlantic

NEW YORK, NY ; HAMILTON, Bermuda; and BATESVILLE, Ind. — Global Atlantic Financial Group Limited announced the unification of all businesses, including Forethought, under the Global Atlantic brand. By concentrating branding efforts behind the Global Atlantic name rather than supporting multiple brands, the company seeks to accelerate stronger longterm brand recognition and simplify its...

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INDOT Begins Mowing Operations

May 17, 2016
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INDOT Begins Mowing Operations

SOUTHEAST Indiana — Indiana Department of Transportation maintenance crews will be mowing along state highway right-of-ways across in the Southeast District through the month of June. Mowing operations began this week when as many as 75 mower-rigged tractors began cutting brush and grass along U.S. highways and state roads within the area

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Pfizer Blocking Use of Drugs for Executions

May 17, 2016
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Pfizer Blocking Use of Drugs for Executions

The world’s largest pharmaceutical company is blocking the use of its drugs for executions. But it’s unclear how that will affect Indiana. Pfizer was the last FDA approved drug maker which still sold the chemicals used for lethal injection. Since 1995, that’s been the only execution method allowed by Indiana law — it would...

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