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On this episode of Indiana Newsdesk… one year after an HIV outbreak, a rural Indiana community grapples with its new reality. We take you back to Austin, where nearly 200 people are now living with HIV.

Plus, the city of Bloomington is taking aggressive action to address rising levels of pollutants in its water. Just ahead, how safe is Bloomington’s water?

And with the primary just over a week away, presidential hopefuls try to win over Hoosiers.

Those stories plus the latest headlines from across the state.

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April 25, 2016

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Inside the water treatment plant in Bloomington.

City’s Actions On Water Quality May Be Seen In April Tests

Water plays a large role in public health and the economy, and Bloomington is fighting to keep its water in line with federal regulations.

April 22, 2016

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Mayor Hamilton speaks on water quality.

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We take you back to Austin where nearly 200 people are now living with HIV, Bloomington's water pollutants and presidential hopefuls try to win over Hoosiers.

April 22, 2016

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April 22, 2016

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One Year After HIV Outbreak, Scott County Looking Ahead

The spread of HIV in the rural community has drastically slowed, but Austin is facing other challenges.

April 17, 2016

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Indiana Primary Election Delegates: What You Need To Know

Who are the delegates listed on the ballot and who are you actually voting for to represent your voice at the national level?

April 16, 2016

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Bruce Herr II and Dawn Miller on their wedding day.

Buddhism In U.S. Grows While Shrinking Worldwide

The variety of Buddhist centers in Indiana shows how different practitioners can be. Some see it as a religion, while others see it as more of a philosophy.

April 15, 2016

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A Mike Pence costume at the women's rights rally at the Statehouse.

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Delegates and super delegates in Indiana's primary, why thousands are protesting Indiana's new abortion law and what draws Hoosiers to the Buddhist faith.

April 15, 2016

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Early voting for the primary election runs from April 5 to May 2.

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Delegates and super delegates in Indiana's primary, why thousands are protesting Indiana's new abortion law and what draws Hoosiers to the Buddhist faith.

April 9, 2016

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A Mike Pence costume at the women's rights rally at the Statehouse.

Up To 1,000 People Protest New Anti-Abortion Law

Participants say the protest wasn’t really possible before the bill was approved by the General Assembly.

April 9, 2016

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Rhonda Patterson of Unslaved addressing Indiana students.

Indiana Students Address Human Trafficking

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