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More than 100 people protest police brutality during march in Anderson on Saturday. The march started around 6 p.m. from Dickmann Town Center. Marchers walked past the Madison County Government Center, jail and APD. The protest was peaceful. There were no reports of violence as of 10 p.m.

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CNHI Sports Indiana's special report on the changes in high school basketball explores factors driving those changes and what might be done to stop the shrinking attendance and dwindling participation in a four-part series published through April.

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