New Video Shows Adult Cows Being Abused at Indiana Farm

(FAIR OAKS) — An animal rights group that infiltrated a popular Indiana dairy farm and captured disturbing undercover video that has led to animal cruelty…

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Judge Rejects Request to Block Records in Woman’s Death

(BOONVILLE) — A southwestern Indiana judge has rejected a man’s request to block the release of records on authorities’ investigation into his daughter’s 2014 disappearance…

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Ball State University Details Cuts, Approves Tuition Hike

(MUNCIE) — Ball State University says it was forced to eliminate 25 positions, curb travel and reduce supplies to avoid ending the fiscal year 2019…

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NDAA Compromised by Political Posturing

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Today, Congressman Jim Banks (R-IN) released a statement following the House Committee on Armed Services’ passage of the Fiscal Year 2020 National…

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Indiana State Fair Announces Second Wave of Free Concerts

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana State Fair announces five additional shows that will be part of the 17 total concerts that make up the 2019 Indiana…

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Documentary Highlighting Hoosier Students and Careers Nominated for Emmy

(INDIANAPOLIS) – “Roadtrip Nation: State of Change” has been nominated for a Regional Emmy Award in the category Best Documentary – Topical, by the National Academy…

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Authorities Looking For Missing Teen

(UNDATED) – The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for help from the public to locate a missing teenager. Kensie Potts was…

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Sentencing Date Set For Vincennes Man Guilty Of Killing His Son

(VINCENNES) – An August 23rd, 2019 sentencing date has been set for 55-year-old Robert Baldwin. The Vincennes father called 911 to report he killed his…

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SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Businesses and Residents Affected by May Tornadoes, High Winds, and Severe Storms

(UNDATED) – Indiana businesses and residents affected by tornadoes, high winds and severe storms on May 27 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the…

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Indiana Farmers Making Progress, But Still Behind Pace

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana farmers made a lot of progress this past week in crop planting even as constant spring rains leave them far behind normal….

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