ANDERSON, Ind. — A warm-up begins today before a major cool down coming on Monday. Today and Saturday our high temps will reach the low-to-mid 40s. The weather will be perfect for any outdoor plans. Sunday we keep the forecast dry, but colder air really kicks in. Sunday's highs only reach the upper teens. Temps for Monday and Tuesday will be in the teens, with lows nearing zero.
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Swine show brings smiles, lessons
Despite warm temperatures and occasionally ornery pigs, there were a lot of smiles during the Madison County 4-H Fair swine show Monday.
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High child poverty casts pall over gains in Hoosier schools
Indiana children are doing better in school, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, but the high rate of child poverty remains a big concern.
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Harless provides loving care to hens
When Holden Harless received his American Hen last year he named it Andrew Luck after his favorite football player.
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- Man in violation of probation, new charges A man involved in a May 20 incident where he allegedly eluded police and tried to grab a stun gun from one officer could get up to nine years on a separate suspended charge.
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