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Final ‘opening night’ at Muse: Abeni Cultural Arts ‘Visions’

  For the past couple of months we’ve been leading up to this- the closing of Savannah’s Muse Arts Warehouse. Tonight, will be the final “opening night” there as Abeni Cultural Arts of the Performing Arts Collective presents: Visions an Odyssey in Black Dance. The show presents a journey through history with African, modern, contemporary, jazz, and hip-hop dance. It ...

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Harward turns Trump down for national security adviser job

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice Admiral Robert Harward has turned down an offer to be President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, the latest blow to a new administration struggling to find its footing. Harward told The Associated Press that the Trump administration was “very accommodating to my needs, both professionally and personally.” “It’s purely a personal issue,” Harward said Thursday ...

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WISH-TV continues tradition of spreading cheer on National Random Acts of Kindness Day

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Friday, Feb. 17 is National Random Acts of Kindness Day (RAK), and WISH TV is getting involved! 24-Hour News 8’s Joe Melillo is continuing the tradition and spreading random acts of kindness throughout the morning on Daybreak. It’s a day everyone can get involved in and celebrate the “pay it forward” mentality. RAK started in New Zealand, according ...

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2 dead after small plane crash in Georgia

WINDER, Ga. (AP) – Two people are dead after a small plane crash in Barrow County. The county’s emergency services agency confirmed the crash in a post Thursday on the social media site Facebook. Information on the victims has not been released. It happened on the south end of the Barrow County airport between noon and 2 p.m. The county’s ...

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Community continues to rally behind families of Carroll County teens

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – A community continues to rally behind two grieving families after the homicides of Abigail Williams and Liberty German. Authorities still have no person of interest, no suspect, and no one in custody in connection to the disappearance and homicides of the two girls. “All of a sudden a place you thought was safe is not so ...

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Court documents reveal new details about voyeurism case

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Court documents are revealing new details about a voyeurism investigation in Indianapolis. David Wise is accused of setting up a cell phone to record video inside a Kroger restroom. Marion County prosecutors say at this point they believe there is just one victim right now, and that’s the man who found the cell phone, but they say ...

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Psychologist on how to talk to kids about tragic events

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Events like this week’s murder of two teens in Carroll County can spark conversations of safety between parents and kids. It can be a tough conversation when your kids see tragic events in their community, especially involving other children. “I have kids myself, one of them the same age, and no parent should ever have to go ...

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Muncie building commissioner arrested on federal charges

MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) — The Muncie city building commissioner is on unpaid administrative leave after being arrested on federal charges alleging he stole city money and committed wire fraud by steering city contracts towards companies he owned. Muncie Building Commissioner Craig Nichols faces a 33-count indictment on charges of theft of government funds, money laundering and wire fraud. Federal prosecutors ...

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Police question multiple people in Delphi girls’ murders

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) — Police have received more than 100 tips since they released two photos of a man near the area where two Carroll County teenagers were found dead, a state police spokesman said Thursday. None of those tips had led police to the man by Thursday evening. Investigators are hoping to question the man, who they believe ...

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Local restaurants close to support immigrant staff members

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Across the country Thursday, grassroots “A Day Without Immigrants” protests were held. Cities from Detroit, Chicago, Austin, Minneapolis and Indianapolis took part. A local restaurant owner closed four businesses in solidarity with their employees. The owners of Delicia, La Mulita, The Northside Social and The Nook said some employees told them they weren’t showing up, so the ...

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2 county employees arrested on forgery and misconduct charges

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Police arrested two former Marion County Traffic Court bailiffs. They’re accused of forging documents to help people get out of traffic tickets. Marion County prosecutors charged Evelyn Hughes and Carnetta Arthur with forgery and official misconduct. Hughes also faces multiple counts of bribery because she received money in exchange for her work. Prosecutors believe Hughes profited thousands ...

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Big weekend ahead for Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration!

The Coastal Empire and Lowcountry are rich with history and February is the time for the Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration! Now in its 21st year, the month-long event showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Gullah people and their history on Hilton Head Island. Sonja Griffin-Evans is one of the featured artists at this weekend’s “Arts, Crafts and Food ...

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The Bridge: The Love & Soul Experience Valentine’s Ball

Looking for a chance to kick back, enjoy some great music and dancing, but all in a clean environment? The Love & Soul Experience is for you! The monthly event fuses music, comedy, poetry, and food. It also promotes family values. Proceeds from the event will go the Reach Project to support homeless & domestic violence victims.  LSE co-founder, Matthew ...

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Our Hometown: Blessings in a Book Bag hosts 5th Anniversary Gala

This weekend, local non-profit “Blessings in a Book Bag” is marking fiver years of service here in our community. The organization now feeds more than 120 students and families in two area schools. You’re invited to help them celebrate this milestone during a special gala this Saturday, February 18, at 6pm. It’s happening at the International Longshoremen’s Hall at 221 ...

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Our Hometown: Soup It Up for Loop It Up!

Like soup? Want to help kids in our community? This Friday, a unique fundraising event brings the two together to make a difference. SOUP IT UP for LOOP IT UP 2017 is a signature fundraising event for Loop It Up Savannah- a non profit  that provides programs for young people and services to area families. The event will take place ...

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‘Day Without Immigrants’ protests being held across US, including SC

PHILADELPHIA (AP/WSAV) — Immigrants across the country are expected to stay home from school and work on Thursday to show how critical they are to the U.S. economy and way of life. “A Day Without Immigrants” actions are planned in cities including Philadelphia, Washington, Boston, Houston, Chicago and New York. The protest gained momentum on social media and by word ...

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Boeing union bid fails in South Carolina averse to organizing

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) – Workers at a Boeing plant in South Carolina have rejected an effort to unionize. The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday released the results of the vote. Nearly 3,000 production workers were eligible to vote in the balloting at the aviation giant’s North Charleston facilities. For weeks, both Boeing and the International Association of Machinists ...

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Indiana Supreme Court to hear Bob Leonard’s appeal in Richmond Hill case

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) —  The Richmond Hill explosion case will be back in court on Thursday morning. Attorneys for Bob Leonard will ask the Indiana Supreme Court to overturn his convictions connected to the deadly explosion. Last year, a jury convicted Leonard of 51 charges including murder, arson and conspiracy to commit arson. Leonard is serving two life without parole sentences, ...

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New sexual abuse unit to open at Riley Hospital for Children

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is improving the way it handles sexual abuse victims. The hospital is already home to the Pediatric Center of Hope, which specializes in sexual abuse, but now those patients will have their own unit in the emergency department. Each year the Center of Hope at Riley treats about 300 new ...

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Project Indy kicks off to connect teens with summer jobs

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — While it may still be February, the city of Indianapolis is already thinking about the summer. Mayor Joe Hogsett announced today the kickoff of Project Indy. The program is designed to connect young people ages 18 to 24 with summer jobs. The mayor said that over 1.000 people were hired during the initiative last year. Some of ...

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Delphi community comes together after tragedy

DELPHI, Ind. (WISH) — The Delphi community is coming together in the wake of tragedy. There are less than 3,000 people in the Carroll County community. All of them now dealing with the tragic deaths of Abigail Williams and Libby German. Both 13 years old. The Delphi Community School Corporation has grief counselors available to speak with students, and staff. They ...

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Bigger and Better! Savannah Book Festival celebrates 10th anniversary

The Savannah Book Festival is back for its 10th year with more authors, an added venue, and a new addition- food trucks! SBF Executive Director, Kim Bockius-Suwyn joins the conversation to talk about the evolution of the festival and what’s in store during the world-class literary event that’s expected to attract some 10,000 readers to Savannah’s historic squares. Details: Savannah ...

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