Young athlete battles prescription addiction | United Way of Central Indiana

By her senior year, Bianca was being pursued by colleges and hopeful she would be recruited. Her future was looking brighter than ever... until a single bad decision changed everything.

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Little Red Door provides cancer-fighting recipes

Tune in to Wednesday's IndyStyle show (9-10 a.m.) on WISH-TV 8 for a cooking demonstration of a healthy cancer fighting recipe by Bash, the Little Red Door’s comic strip character.

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Friday Success Story: Toddler makes developmental progress while having fun

Olivia is three years old with honey blonde curls and a big personality and, like most children her age, she is ready to move! The Hendricks County toddler loves dancing, playing with her three siblings, and riding an adaptive tricycle all by herself.

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Friday Success Story: Building a legacy of positive fatherhood

The mission of Fathers and Families Center is to build a noble legacy of fatherhood - improving the life chances of children by helping young fathers achieve self-sufficiency and strengthen their parental involvement.

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Friday Success Story: Escaping domestic violence

When Amber accepted that the abuse was never going to stop and that her children deserved to grow up in a  happier more loving home, she finally found the courage to leave for good.

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Friday Success Story: Service helps senior stay in her home

At age 85, “Nina” feels she is blessed to still be able to continue living independently in her beloved Boone County home.

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Friday Success Story: Meals on Wheels of Hancock County

Meals on Wheels of Hancock County, Inc. is a United Way funded organization providing daily home-delivery of nutritious meals to older adults, disabled individuals and other homebound residents of Hancock County.

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Your gifts, Victoria’s story: a healthier, more hopeful life

By all accounts, Victoria had hit rock bottom. She had finally  found the courage to leave an abusive marriage of 12 years, but she had no job and owed money for student loans. At 225 pounds, Victoria's confidence was another hurdle.

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