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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


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Brutal cold across much of the U.S. after major winter storm

Ice is a big concern for much of the country, with first responders in Connecticut battling treacherous conditions to rescue a driver who flipped their SUV. The cold is coming down from Canada, where a bomb cyclone created snow drifts as high as 15 feet.

Milwaukee mom who grew up in foster care adopts 6 boys

Jessica Benzakein’s home is full of joy, energy and laughter thanks to her eight children. Jessica, who grew up in foster care, became a foster mom after having two kids. Now she’s adopted six boys — becoming one big happy family.

Outrage after piles of unused Hurricane Maria aid found in Puerto Rico warehouse

A new source of anguish for Puerto Ricans struggling after a devastating earthquake and its aftershocks -- a warehouse was discovered full of unused supplies from Hurricane Maria. Puerto Rico’s governor fired several top officials after the find and has vowed to hold others accountable.