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Coming up on Indiana Newsdesk… there are thousands of jobs open in Indiana, but few people with the skills needed to fill them. Ahead, is the state’s investment in workforce development making a difference?

It’s not unusual for colleges to use sports as a recruiting tool. But you might be surprised to find out what sport is drawing some students to a central Indiana college. Coming up, we’ll look at the growing world of esports.

And we’ll show at a piece of art that moves and reacts to your presence.

Those stories plus the latest headlines from across the state Friday at 6 p.m. on Indiana Newsdesk.

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April 20, 2018

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Watch ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Workforce Development And Esports

The state’s investment in workforce development. The growing world of esports. And a piece of art that moves and reacts to your presence.

April 20, 2018

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Tonight On ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Workforce Development And Esports

The state’s investment in workforce development. The growing world of esports. And a piece of art that moves and reacts to your presence.

April 13, 2018

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Watch ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ 9th District Race And Rural Broadband

The fight for Indiana’s 9th district is heating up. Plus, we’ll show you what members of the U.S. Military are doing to prepare for an attack on domestic soil. And why some Indiana counties still don’t have access to high-speed internet.

April 13, 2018

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Legislation Hasn’t Solved Indiana’s Rural Broadband Problem, But REMCs Might

Despite a number of Statehouse bills, billions in grant dollars and plenty of rhetoric, broadband Internet access in rural parts of Indiana and—the country—lags behind suburban and urban areas. 

April 13, 2018

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Documentary ‘Eva’ To Premiere In Terre Haute This Weekend

Filmmakers traveled more than 90,000 miles while making the documentary, following Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor back to the most important places in her life.

April 13, 2018

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Tonight On ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ 9th District Race And Rural Broadband

The fight for Indiana’s 9th district is heating up. Plus, we’ll show you what members of the U.S. Military are doing to prepare for an attack on domestic soil. And why some Indiana counties still don’t have access to high-speed internet.

April 13, 2018

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Crowded Field Challenging Indiana’s 9th District Incumbent

Several Democrats are vying to win their party's primary to run against the Rep. Trey Hollingsworth (9th District), and he even has a primary challenger from his own party.

April 13, 2018

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Muscatatuck Hosts Annual Disaster Response Military Exercise

Over the next month, more than 5,000 personnel from multiple branches of the military and other agencies will simulate a response to a nuclear detonation in a major city.

April 12, 2018

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Black Lives Matter Bloomington Protester Escorted Out Of City Council Chambers 

Police escorted the organizer of Black Lives Matter Bloomington out of Wednesday night's city council meeting after he interrupted the proceedings. 

April 6, 2018

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Watch ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Tariffs And Apprenticeships

We look at the impact of tariffs on the state’s economy. How employers are using age-old traditions in new and innovative ways. And, why a community rebounding from a HIV epidemic is rallying around a baseball diamond.

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