Joyful moment: Great-grandmother meets 20th grandchild the only way she can–through glass amid COVID-19 pandemic Friday, Mar 27 2020 

Maverick is Granny Rose’s 20th great-grandchild.


Man placed on home incarceration after charged with shooting LMPD officer Friday, Mar 27 2020 

Kenneth Walker is charged with attempted murder of a police officer after investigators say he shot a sergeant while officers were trying to serve a warrant.


Pregnant women, new moms face unprecedented challenges during pandemic Friday, Mar 27 2020 

Expectant mothers now have even more to think about because of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Exchange student reflects on return home amid pandemic Friday, Mar 27 2020 

Arriving home safely, she’s still trying to adjust after seven months with her Oldham County host family.


Q&A: How could the historic $2 trillion coronavirus economic recovery package benefit you? Friday, Mar 27 2020 

The stimulus package will provide checks to many Americans while also offering financial support in other ways. We explain some of the key provisions.


Madison’s new job replacement program becomes statewide model for Indiana Friday, Mar 27 2020 

The city's once-buzzing Main Street is now mostly shut down, as most Hoosiers are told to stay at home because of COVID-19.

Union set to protest GE Appliance’s decision to bring employees back to work Friday, Mar 27 2020 

GE Appliances has told its employees to return to work on Monday, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The union disagrees with it and is holding a protest


FOP blasts judge for freeing alleged cop shooter. His lawyer says police are in the wrong Friday, Mar 27 2020 

The FOP says putting a man on home incarceration charged with attempted murder of a policeman endangers the public.


UPS suspends its ‘UPS Service Guarantee’ Friday, Mar 27 2020 

UPS announced Friday that it is suspended its "UPS Service Guarantee" for shipments to all cities.

It’s state vs. state in a frantic search for medical gear to battle coronavirus’ spread Friday, Mar 27 2020 

Frustrated governors across the U.S. are duking it out in a worldwide bidding war for face masks and other safety gear needed to battle COVID-19.


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