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Coming up on Indiana Newsdesk:

Officials at a local school say they’re fed up with their students and graduates dying from drug overdoses. Ahead we go inside the school and see how they’re working to try to keep kids from experimenting with drugs.

Lawrence County is the second county this year to shut down its needle exchange. Coming up reaction from advocates who urged the commissioners to extend the program.

The number of refugees coming to the U.S. is down 50-percent because of new rules under the Trump administration. In Indiana, that means some people who fled war-torn countries don’t know when, if ever, they’ll get to reunite with their families.

Plus the Covered Bridge Festival we featured last week is drawing criticism because of what one of its vendors is selling.

Those stories plus the latest news headlines, right now on Indiana Newsdesk.

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