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IN - Family calls for alerts to be issued for missing woman, toddler - Post-Tribune

Members of the Bynum family said they want to understand why neither an Amber nor Silver Alert has been issued for Diamond Bynum and 2-year-old King Walker, who have been missing since July 25. 50 more words

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Search for missing Gary, IN woman, toddler enters fourth week

GARY | A Gary detective used an extended snow brush and flashlight Thursday to get through thick grass in an open field near 27th Avenue and Delaware Street. 46 more words

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The Magnificence of True of Nobility

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man. True nobility is being superior to your former self”- Ernest Hemingway

“True nobility is exempt from fear.”-Cicero… 3,146 more words

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CO - Missing 15-year-old girl in JeffCo

JEFFERSON COUNTY – Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a missing 15-year-old girl.

Breanna Nicole Krem suffers from depression and is developmentally disabled. She goes by her middle name: Nicole. 27 more words

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Police: No more searches planned for missing Gary,IN woman, child

GARY | Gary police on Monday said they are calling off organized law enforcement searching for a developmentally disabled woman and her toddler nephew who went missing nine days ago. 56 more words

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Updated: Developmentally disabled woman, toddler missing from Gary, IN

GARY | Gary police are asking for the public’s help in locating a developmentally disabled woman who went missing Saturday with her 2-year-old nephew.

Diamond Bynum, 21, and King Walker, 2, were last seen Saturday morning at their home in the 500 block of Matthews Street in Gary’s Brunswick neighborhood, police Lt. 8 more words

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Developmentally Disabled Adults In Group Homes, Facilities See Allowance Cut

CHICAGO (AP) — Advocates want Gov. Bruce Rauner to restore a $60 monthly allowance for adults with developmental disabilities, but his administration insists there’s no way to stop an automatic reduction to the allowance, especially given Illinois’ finances. 482 more words

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