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Donations To Hoosier Hills Food Bank Down This Year

Donations are down about half a million pounds for the year and Food Bank Executive Director Julio Alonso says that trend has continued into the holiday season.

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Turkey Prices Highest Since 2012

The retail price of a sixteen pound turkey went up by over four dollars since last year according to an annual survey by the Indiana Farm Bureau.

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Washington Mayor 'Optimistic' About I-69 Economic Boon

One southern Indiana town is seeing benefits from the opening of the previous three sections of interstate.

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Local Restaurants Open Doors, Offer Thanksgiving Meals

Here you can find a list of local restaurants that are opening their doors to you and your family on Thanksgiving day and offering holiday meals and specials.

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Morning Headlines: Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Two Hoosiers receive the nation's top civilian honor; Purdue University President Mitch Daniels addresses student protesters' concerns.

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Ask The Mayor: Kokomo's Goodnight Talks Refugees

Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight says he would allow refugees to stay in Kokomo.

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Does A Drop In Gas Prices Mean Cheaper Airfare?

About 30 percent of airlines' operating costs are fuel. With the large dip in fuel prices, consumers might expect to see a dip in ticket prices.

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Two Hoosiers Awarded Presidential Medal Of Freedom

Former Congressman Lee Hamilton and the first director of the EPA William Ruckelshaus were both honored at the White House.

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Senator Coats Reacts To President Obama's Military Strategy

Indiana Republican Senator Coats says he wants to see a more aggressive approach from the U.S. when it comes to ISIS.

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Voter Turnout Averages 20.5 Percent In 2015 General Election

In Monroe County, a mere 12.3 percent of voters went to the polls — a slight increase from 2011.

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