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GAZA — After promising to provide more aid to Gaza as the region continues in a war with Israel, the United States has airdropped its first round of meals. Military planes dropped about 30,000 meals Saturday. And, President Biden says this offering will not be the last. Palestinian people who remain in the region have […]

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ATLANTA, Ga. — The CDC says Americans with COVID no longer have to isolate for five days. The agency revealed new guidance for COVID and other respiratory infections Friday. But, it added that it urges those who end isolation to wear a mask and limit close contact with others. New guidelines say those with COVID […]

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A woman has been rescued after the semi she was driving crashed on a bridge Friday, leaving her trapped and dangling over the edge. Officers found the semi on Clark Memorial Bridge, which crosses the Ohio River between Indiana and Kentucky.  They believe it had been involved in a crash with three […]

GAZA CITY, Gaza — Hundreds of Palestinians were killed or injured Thursday while trying to access aid trucks loaded with supplies. Accounts of what happened are varied, with media outlets in Gaza claiming that Israeli soldiers “opened fire” on people as they waited. Others say people were run over by aid trucks or hit after […]

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LOS ANGELES — Comedian Richard Lewis is dead at the age of 76. Lewis died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack. Lewis revealed he had been living with Parkinson’s disease last year. He recently played a fictional version of himself on the hit series “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Lastly, here […]

WASHINGTON — If you have been hearing the word “cryptocurrency” recently, but don’t really know what it means, you are not alone.  But, one Hoosier leader says it can be a dangerous tool. Essentially, cryptocurrency – or crypto – is a form of payment that is commonly used online.  Independent companies or groups keep records […]

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  WASHINGTON — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell will step down as GOP leader in November. He made the announcement today on the Senate floor, saying it’s time for the next generation of leadership. “One of life’s most under-appreciated talents is to know when it’s time to move onto life’s next chapter,” he said. “So […]

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DALLAS, TX.–This week’s cell phone outage that affected AT&T customers was not the result of a cyber-attack, says AT&T. The carrier says a software update is to blame. The service disruption started early Thursday and was resolved Thursday night. It was a major headache for many, who’s phone services were limited. GPS maps failed and […]

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HOUSTON, Texas — The first U.S. moon landing since 1972 is successful. Houston-based Intuitive Machines guided its Odysseus lander onto the moon Thursday. The lander will collect data needed by NASA, which is planning to land near the moon’s south pole later this decade. It marks the first touchdown by a U.S.-built spacecraft since the […]

  INDIANAPOLIS  — People who use AT&T for their cell service are having trouble with their phones today. Instead of seeing the usual bars that show how good their signal is, some people are seeing an “SOS” message instead. This issue isn’t just happening in Indiana; it’s affecting AT&T users nationwide. Johnson County Sheriff Duane […]