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Covered With Love Donation Drive - Journals Requested

INDIANA (www.incnow.tv) -- Beginning August 8th, Covered With Love will conduct focused donation drives to generate needed supplies for the care kits that are distributed to children removed from dangerous home situations through the Department of Child Services.. Full story

Development In Unsolved 1989 Murder Gives Friends & Family Hope (VIDEO)

HAMILTON, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - It's a crime that shocked a small northeast Indiana lake community in 1989. Now many are hoping the suspected murderer will be put behind bars for good. Full story

Medicaid Patients Again Allowed To Use Planned Parenthood

INDIANAPOLIS (www.incnow.tv) - A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Medicaid patients in Indiana and Kentucky are permitted to use Planned Parenthood as a health care provider. Full story

Local Banks & The Salvation Army Gather Tools For School

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) -- While touring The Salvation Army’s local office, Nancy Tumbleson, iAB Vice President and Regional Branch Administrator, and Gary Shearer, President and CEO of Tower Trust Company, were able to witness the success of The Salvation Army’s Tools for School program. Full story

Emails: charter school's rating adjusted to save program's image

   Melissa Harris-Perry reports on new revelations that former Indiana and current Florida schools chief, Tony Bennett, and staff rigged the evaluation of a charter school to make his program look more successful.

Fundraising Goal For Bus Crash Victims Already Met

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (www.theindychannel.com) -- Support has come in from across the country for the victims of Saturday's tragic bus crash, and many generous donors have opened their hearts and pocketbooks for the families of the victims. Full story

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1-Year-Old Fatally Struck By Van (VIDEO)

Report: Ind. test disruptions didn't impact scores

AP Exclusive: GOP donor's school grade changed

Ryan Newman wins Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis

3 dead when bus carrying teens crashes in Indiana

Wanted Fugitive Returns To Indiana

Nearly 8,000 Attend Fort Wayne Pride Fest

Toyota to add more than 200 jobs at Indiana plant

3 Ind. gas utilities face pipeline safety fines

Noblesville Racer Has Nascar Dream Despite His Disability (VIDEO)

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  Boy who was buried in sand dune is back home

Nathan Woessner, the 6-year-old boy who was swallowed up by a sand dune in Indiana, is back home and recovering nicely.

  Church community grieves after fatal bus crash

As an Indiana community grieves following a tragic bus crash that killed three and injured 26, investigators are trying to determine what caused the driver to lose control and hurdle into a roadside barrier. NBC’s John Yang reports.

  Boy, 5, runs over mom and sister with SUV

Indiana police say a five-year-old child shifted an SUV into neutral, possibly accidentally, causing the vehicle to back onto his three-year-old sister and mom who was loading parcels into the trunk. WTHR’s Emily Longnecker reports.

  Soldier surprises little sister at college graduation

A soldier serving in Afghanistan returns to Indiana to surprise her sister at graduation. WTHR’s Jennie Runevitch reports.

  Boy, 6, buried in sand dune for 3 hours

A 6-year-old boy is in critical condition after being buried under 11 feet of sand for three hours at Mount Baldy, a giant sand dune in Indiana.

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