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(WIVB) — One cruise company wants to take you around the world in 140 days.

Seaborn Cruise Line has announced a five-month cruise on it’s Sojourn luxury liner.

It departs Miami in January 2021, and from there, the cruise will navigate two oceans and 32 countries.

Its 60 port stops include destinations in South America, Australia and Africa before ending in Spain in late May.

Seaborn says there will be 10 overnight stays at select port stops.

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Quick, easy and healthy food options for fast fall nights

Does the daily hassle have you in a pinch for good meals? Sweet Earth Foods is the fresh face in frozen.

Registered Dietitian Annessa Chumbley introduces us to these modern vegetarian and vegan meals for your inner foodie!

About Sweet Earth Foods:

Delicious, award-winning, hand-crafted and globally inspired meals that are convenient. Breakfast Burritos are packed with protein and fiber. Burgers are 26 grams of plant-based protein each. Pizzas are creative and delicious. And, say goodbye to the sad desk lunch with Sweet Earth’s globally inspired entree bowls, like Pad Thai, Cauliflower Mac, and General Tso. All available at Kroger, Walmart, and Whole Foods.

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Award-winning author shares story of learning the true history of her family

For most of her life, Award-winning Author Margaret McMullan was shielded from her Jewish heritage. But after discovering a long-lost cousin, Richard Engel de Jánosi, listed in Israel’s Holocaust Museum, McMullan embarks on a journey to learn about the true history of her family.

Today on Indy Style, Margaret chats with Amber about her new memoir, “Where the Angels Lived: One Family’s Story of Exile, Loss, and Return,” which documents her research and her semester in Richard’s homeland of Pécs, Hungary, as she walks in his footsteps and discovers her hidden Jewish ancestry.

• Margaret will be attending five book talk and signing events in Indianapolis:
o Nov. 10, 1:00-4:00 pm – Indiana Writers Center
o Nov. 10, 5:00-6:00 pm – Indy Reads Books
o Nov. 11, 6:00-7:00 pm – Marion Public Library
o Nov. 12, 11:00 am-12:00 pm – Butler University
o Nov. 12, 4:30-5:30 pm – Kids Ink Bookstore

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Country music superstar, Frankie Ballard, is joining Neil Orne and Nikki Burdine Live on the Red Carpet before the 53rd Annual CMA Awards on November 13th.

Ballard sat down with Stephanie Langston to discuss how he’s preparing for his first hosting gig, planning for his first child with his wife Christina Murphy, and more.

Be sure to follow Frankie Ballard for behind the scenes updates from the red carpet: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

And check out his music on Spotify and Youtube.

Join News 2 for live coverage from the CMA Awards, starting at 5 p.m. CST on Wednesday, Nov.13th deep in the heart of Music City.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Trump Jr.’s appearance Sunday at a university to talk about his new book on liberals and free speech was marked by an argument between him and the audience over why he would not take questions, the Guardian newspaper reported .

Members of the audience of about 450 people at the University of California, Los Angeles, were angry that Trump and his girlfriend, former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle, declined to take questions because of time constraints, the Guardian reported. Trump was at UCLA to promote his new book “Triggered: How The Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us.”

After initially being greeted with shouts of “USA! USA!” members of the audience eventually turned to louder, openly hostile chants of “Q and A! Q and A!” after they were told he would not take questions.

The Guardian said that Trump told the audience that taking questions from the floor risked creating soundbites that left wing social media posters would abuse and distort.

Guilfoyle told audience members that they were being rude.

Shortly thereafter, she and Trump left the stage.

Outside the lecture hall, several dozen protesters organized by the Los Angeles chapter of Refuse Fascism protested. The Los Angeles Times reports that protesters chanted “UCLA protects fascists” and “humanity first.”

Andy Stein, a supporter of President Donald Trump, told the Times that he came to UCLA to listen to Trump Jr. because he sees the son as a “chip off the old block” and admires his “feistiness.”

UCLA said in a statement that it was not a university-sponsored event, and allowing someone to speak on campus is not an endorsement of their views.

“The speakers were invited to campus by one of UCLA’s more than 1,200 student organizations, all of whom have access to university resources,” it said.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana inmate who says he spent four years in solitary confinement will receive a $425,000 settlement.

The Indianapolis Star cites an October settlement between the state and Jay Vermillion, who’s serving time for murder and other crimes.

State law says the maximum allowable solitary confinement term is 30 days. Officials then have to conduct a review.

Attorney Maggie Filler of the Chicago-based MacArthur Justice Center says Vermillion was given more time without an explanation. His solitary confinement began in 2009 at Westville Correctional Facility.

Vermillion describes it as a cold “concrete tomb.” He had no direct contact with others.

Indiana Department of Correction spokesman Dave Bursten says the agency settled the case to avoid “uncertainties” and expenses of litigation. The department denies wrongdoing.

The 59-year-old Vermillion was convicted of murder in 1997. He’s currently detained at Pendleton Correctional Facility.

KYLE, Texas (WISH) — A substitute teacher in Texas has been fired and arrested after she was caught on video attacking a student.

KEYE reports that 32-year-old Tiffani Lankford was arrested for the attack on the teenage student. KEYE reports that it is unknown what led up to the encounter.

She can be seen punching the girl, then stomping on her head when she is down.

Lankford has been charged with second-degree felony assault for the attack on the girl inside of a foreign language class at Lehman High School.

The girl was taken to a hospital. An attorney for the girl’s family says she has suffered “severe injuries” from the attack.

The school district said Lankford had worked for the district since August.

Information from CNN Newsource was used in this report.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -West Lafayette-based Bioanalytical Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: BASI) is purchasing the assets of Colorado-based Pre-Clinical Research Services Inc., a  provider of surgical and medical device contract research services. Officials say the two companies will merge to expand the development and research opportunities available with their joined forrces.

By combining BASi and PCRS, the companies will provide customers the ability to use one provider fo many different areas.  As a result of the merger, BASi will be able to provide services in scientific disciplines, including:

“We have great respect for the people and services provided by PCRS, and believe the current facilities in Ft. Collins, Colorado, will be an excellent location for future growth,” said Bob Leasure, BASi’s president and chief executive officer. “Our Companies have worked together for several years on multiple projects. Becoming one with PCRS will allow us to provide broader services in more areas of research and development than ever before. The combination will further expand our toxicology business and brings the ability to provide surgical services for pharmaceutical and medical device clients. We believe this addition is perfectly aligned with our strategy of being right-sized; small enough to be flexible and responsive, and comprehensive enough to have meaningful impact on our clients’ product development needs. The facilities and leadership team at PCRS are an excellent complement to our already strong team, and we look forward to working with them to continue to build this team and expand the business in the future.”

The transaction is subject to customary closing processes and is slated to close this year.

Preparing your vehicle for winter

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Winter is coming.

Along with winter come chilly temperatures, frigid wind chills, snow and ice.

However, before those wintry weather conditions arrive, it’s a good idea to make sure your vehicle is ready for the cold.

News 8’s Angeli Kakade has some tips and hints on how to winterize your vehicle.