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Tonight On ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Hepatitis A Outbreak, Active Shooter Program

A new Seymour business is focused on teaching people how to fight back in an active shooter situation. (Steve Burns, WFIU/WTIU News)

Coming up on Indiana Newsdesk:

Indiana usually sees fewer than 20 Hepatitis A cases a year … but the number of cases since November is more than seven times that. Ahead, more on what’s behind the uptick and how you can protect yourself against infection.

Some cleaning wipes are marketed as flushable, but city utilities say they’re clogging sewers and creating a lot of problems.

And a former Seymour police officer is launching a business to teach people how to fight back in an active shooter situation. Ahead we’ll go through the program to show you how it works.

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

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