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Risky swimming conditions subsiding


16 News Now rides along with ISP trooper looking for school zone violators


The rules of the road when school buses' stop arms are deployed


New school safety measures introduced in Warsaw


Parents of drowning victims hope to make the beach a safer place


'Safe' social media posting during your vacation?


Indiana State Police urge Fourth of July holiday driving safety


Are home security cameras keeping you safer?


Police in La Porte investigate after elementary school threat uncovered


April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, so don't even think about it


Spectrum Health Lakeland affected by data breach


ISP: Left-lane law is there for a reason


Indiana lawmakers look at hands-free cellphone bill to end distracted driving


Never Again: Fathers of bus stop victims speak as legislation advances to IN Senate


Fines, seizures possible for pet owners who leave animals out in frigid temps


Sledding safety tips from firefighters


Rochester Community Schools gets hefty bus stop arm camera donation


Are you ready for a public shooter situation?


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Tornado rips through Dallas, plunging tens of thousands into darkness

Fire officials said seven people narrowly escaped a building that collapsed in north Dallas, while numerous people reported being injured by glass.

U.S. still experiencing nearly record-high number of anti-Semitic incidents

The Anti-Defamation League said this year’s numbers nearly matched the first six months of 2018.

New video shows when school coach took student's shotgun, hugged him

Keanon Lowe, a former star player for the University of Oregon Ducks who works at the Portland school, said he knew from the student's face the gun was real.

3 soldiers killed, 3 injured in Georgia during training accident

Three other soldiers were treated for non-life-threatening injuries in the middle-of-the-night incident at the home of the 3rd Infantry Division.

Photos show Felicity Huffman in prison as more parents set to plead guilty in college admissions scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman was seen in a green jumpsuit as she walked the grounds of a low-security prison in California -- part of her 13-day sentence in the college admissions scandal. Three more parents are changing their pleas to guilty and are expected in court on Monday, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.