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12-year-old girl contracts flesh-eating bacteria while on vacation

A day at the beach has turned into weeks of pain and agony for an Indiana teenager after she contracted a flesh-eating disease in Florida. At first 12-year-old Kylei Brown and her family couldn't figure out just what was going on with her

Judge to hear bid to block Indiana abortion procedure ban

A federal judge is set to take up the American Civil Liberties Union's bid to block a new Indiana law that would ban a second-trimester abortion procedure.

Supreme Court upholds Indiana abortion law on fetal remains

The Supreme Court is upholding an Indiana law that requires abortion providers to dispose of aborted fetuses in the same way as human remains.

‘Mayor Pete’ joins 2020 Dem race as face of new generation

Some polls put him behind only Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who sought the party's nomination in 2016, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who has not yet said he's running.

3 siblings struck, killed by truck at bus stop

State Police say three children were struck and killed by a pickup truck in northern Indiana as they were about to board a school bus.

Airline adds flights to ‘top college football markets’

United Airlines says it's adding more flights and using bigger planes this fall to carry passengers to college football games across the South and elsewhere in the U.S.

Indiana teacher who stopped attack says he had to save students

A suburban Indianapolis teacher who was shot while tackling and disarming a student inside his classroom said Monday that his swift decisions "were the only acceptable actions" to save his seventh-grade students.

Indiana soldier killed in Afghanistan lauded at funeral

The Indiana gymnasium floor of Jonathon Hunter's former high school became a place to pay final respects to the solider killed this month in Afghanistan.

Should springing of US terrorism convicts alarm Americans?

Dozens of convicts serving time in U.S. prisons for terrorism-related offenses are due to be released in the next several years, raising the question whether that's something Americans should fear.

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Good Shepherd is holding weekly free grocery giveaways

Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington is giving away free bags of groceries and toiletries every Wednesday.

Couple wedded in Nebraska celebrates 85 years of marriage

Ralph and Dorothy Kohler are celebrating their wedding anniversary for the 85th time.

US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail

A U.S. judge blocked controversial Postal Service changes that have slowed mail nationwide, calling them “a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service” before the November election.

US bans WeChat, TikTok citing national security

The U.S. will ban the use of WeChat Sunday to “safeguard the national security of the United States.”