WRTV's Nikki DeMentri reports on the search in Bartholomew County for a missing 2-year-old girl.
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A 73-year-old New York grandmother outsmarted scammers who pretended to be her grandson and said he needed $8,000 to be bailed out of jail
"I told him I had the money in the house, and I figured, he's not going to fall for that. Well, he fell for that hook, line, and sinker," the woman said.
Michael Cohen says Donald Trump told him if one of his kids had to go to prison to 'make sure' it was Donald Jr., not Ivanka
Michael Cohen told MSNBC's Alex Witt that Donald Trump gave the instruction when Donald Jr. and Ivanka were on the verge of being indicted in 2012.
In Fairfield Township, Pennsylvania, Christina Eyth rescued an unidentified animal that has wildlife experts stumped.
Super Bowl-contending Buffalo Bills cut squats from their workouts during the season — and trainers say that may explain why they're the least-injured team in the playoffs
Buffalo Bills' Greg Rousseau told Insider his team skips squats during the season. Trainers say it's a surprisingly effective tactic to avoid injury.
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Aaron Rodgers found that after he had no shot against the 49ers, it was impossible to be immune from Twitter jabs.
I've lived in Scotland my entire life. Here are 6 traditions I grew up with that my American friends find surprising.
Insider's Mikhaila Friel was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and has spent time in both the US and England.
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Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale has a lot invested in today's NFL Divisional Round playoff game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Tennesee Titans.
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Jimmy Garoppolo didn't bite his tongue after the 49ers beat the Packers to advance to the NFC title game.
Elizabeth Hurley has yet again wowed Instagram with one of her iconic — and crazy sexy — bikini snapshots. On Jan 22, Hurley posted a jaw-dropping bikini photo with the caption, “Yes, I could be in a swimming pool with a pink flamingo….. or I could be snuggled up with my doggies in Blighty, eating […]
Despite the fact that not everyone experiences COVID-19 vaccine side effects, they are very common - but now, a new study suggests that these symptoms may be caused by something called the "nocebo effect" and not your body's immune response to the vaccine. Research published in the JAMA Network Open on Jan.
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Packers’ special teams implosion ends with 10 men on field for Robbie Gould’s game-winning field goal
The Packers had just 10 men on the field for Robbie Gould's game-winning field goal for the 49ers, the end of a special teams disaster.
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Many parents could toss a key tax-related letter from the IRS relating to child tax credit payments in 2021. Here's what IRS Letter 6419 looks like.
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With 12 seasons portraying Danny Reagan on the hit show Blue Bloods under his belt, it's safe to say Donnie Wahlberg is comfortable in front of the camera. But some fans may not know about his behind-the-scenes work.
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But does it make sense for either team to pull the trigger?
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Dick Butkus wants to throw Aaron Rodgers off Twitter.
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Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso sustained a fracture of his right wrist in last night's game versus the Milwaukee Bucks. Caruso will undergo surgery early next week and be re-evaluated in 6-8 weeks. Source: NBA.com What's the buzz on Twitter? Chuck ...
Aaron Rodgers suggested he'd consider leaving the Packers or retiring after being ousted from the playoffs
Aaron Rodgers' future is in the air, and he said he plans to consider his options, including whether he wants to keep playing.
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Some Tennessee basketball players and staff had a verbal exchange with a handful of LSU staff members and a manager before the game.
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No resource, not even masks, is more vital to public health than the credibility of leaders who in a crisis must ask people to do unpopular things.
- The New York Times
Marin Konstadt, visiting family in Florida, was at the opera in 2020 when she got a call on her cellphone. She called back at intermission. The caller, a genetics specialist at a hospital, had some important news for her. She has a genetic variant that can increase her disease risk. Did she want to know more? Konstadt, 69, a psychiatric nurse practitioner who lives in Salem, Massachusetts, had been thrust like many other Americans into a raging debate on medical ethics and genetics. In 2016, she