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S. Indiana gambling ring busted; Neighborhood feud; Toddler's message

Halfway through a short holiday week ….

... And I hope you're having a good one.  I also hope you'll join me for WAVE 3 News at 11.

Eight Kentuckiana men now face charges for an interstate sports gambling ring based in Southern Indiana.  It happened right under the noses of the neighbors WAVE 3's Matt McCutcheon talked to.

And speaking of neighbors, WAVE 3's Connie Leonard heard from some people who were not too pleased with the Bourbon makers nearby.  She'll show you the damage they say it's doing to their homes.

I just watched some video you'll want to see of an Indiana toddler singing a church song unlike any you learned at Sunday school.  It's got people across the country talking.

And a Kentucky teacher was sentenced today for sex abuse charges … but the family is more angry about what the judge had to say.

We'll see you after the Stanley Cup Finals tonight on WAVE 3 News at 11.

Janelle MacDonald
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