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Statewide Silver Alert issued for missing man


Silver Alert declared for missing Wayne County woman


Silver Alert declared for missing Wayne County woman


UPDATE: Silver Alert for Decatur man canceled


INDOT hosting statewide hiring fair for seasonal snow plow drivers Tuesday


CANCELED SILVER ALERT: Missing 81-year-old Fort Wayne man


SILVER ALERT: Missing 10-year-old Gas City girl


UPDATE: Silver Alert issued for missing Greenwood woman canceled


Silver Alert issued for missing Mooresville teen


UPDATE: Silver Alert for missing Fredericksburg man canceled


Pennsylvania man sues Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend Bishop Kevin Rhoades


Delphi investigators request autopsy results and DNA of deceased rape suspect


UPDATE: Silver Alert cancelled for missing Cicero man


UPDATE: ISP cancel Silver Alert for missing Lafayette teen


UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for 77-year-old New Albany man


UPDATE: Silver Alert: 84-year-old Salem woman cancelled


Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb to sign baby care bill


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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.