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New York To Florida Flight Diverted Over Reclining Seat Ruckus

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(New York, NY) — It’s happened again, another plane out of the New York City area has been diverted because of a ruckus over a reclining seat. A LaGuardia to West Palm Beach Delta flight was redirected to Jacksonville, Florida last night after two women got into an argument. The airline says a woman who …more

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Home Of Missing Infant Searched

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — IMPD is searching the home of missing six-week-old Delano Wilson. A search warrant was served last night, but officials say they weren’t acting on any new information. An IMPD spokesman says the search is part of the “ongoing investigation” into the infant’s alleged abduction.

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Funeral Wednesday For Indy Youth Chorale Director

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — The Indianapolis Youth Chorale is preparing to say goodbye to their beloved director. Cheryl West passed away Saturday after suffering a severe cerebral hemorrhage. Visitation is Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, with funeral services following from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Name Expected Today For Badly Burned Body

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — The name of a 15-year-old girl found murdered and badly burned behind a home on the city’s west side is expected to be released today. Officials say she was a ninth grader at Ben Davis and had disappeared from a relative’s house about six-hours before her body was found Sunday afternoon near …more

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9 Indiana High Schools Ranked Among Best

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — Nine Indiana high schools are listed among the best high schools in the country. “The Daily Beast” ranks Signature School in Evansville fifth nationally for graduating 100-percent of its students and all earning college acceptance. Others making the list include Zionsville Community High School, Fishers High School, Noblesville High, Franklin Central, and …more

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Two Arrested In Shooting Of 11-Year-Old

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Indianapolis, IN) — Two suspects are in custody of IMPD in connection to the shooting of an eleven-year-old boy. Anthony Baxter and Zachary Lillard were arrested yesterday for the shooting on South Chester Street. Police say the boy was playing video games in his family’s living room when he was shot in the back. The …more

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Suspect’s Father Visits Crime Scene

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Las Vegas, NV) — The father of a woman involved in June’s deadly shooting visited the crime scene for the first time. Todd Woodruff came to Las Vegas on Friday from Indiana, to see first-hand where three people were gunned down. Woodruff laid flowers outside the pizza restaurant on Nellis and Stewart, where two Metro …more

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People To Publish Brangelina Wedding Photos

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Undated) — Brad Pitt’s and Angelina Jolie’s wedding photos are coming to “People” magazine. The photos aren’t available online just yet, but “People” did tease readers by posting the cover, which shows Jolie in her wedding dress. The issue is expected to become quite a collectors’ item, and anyone hoping to get their hands on …more

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Obama Heads Overseas Amid Increasing Global Tensions

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Washington, DC) — President Obama heads overseas today as tensions continue to rise in a number of global hotspots. The President will stop in Estonia to reassure Baltic leaders about continued U.S. support amid growing concerns about Russian actions in Ukraine. Obama will also travel to Wales for a NATO summit. The crisis in Ukraine …more

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CDC Director: Ebola Epidemic Will Get Worse Quickly

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by insideout

(Atlanta, GA) — The CDC Director says the world’s first Ebola epidemic will get worse quickly if nothing is done to stop it.   Doctor Tom Frieden told NBC’s “Today” this outbreak of Ebola is different than any other in the past. He says it’s spreading faster and further than they’ve seen before. Additional Audio: …more

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