Starting back in 2004, when he was working at a suicide prevention hotline, Frank Warren began collecting people's secrets on postcards. About a hundred show up at his home every week, and written on each one is a stranger's secret ndash; a confession of sorts, sent to Warren anonymously."I read every postcard. I keep every secret. I think it's a precious and singular archive ndash; an archive of our hidden selves," Warren told "Sunday Morning" correspondent Lee Cowan.
WIBQ on Facebook Facebook logo Live Stream Listen Now Current Show Coast 2 Coast AM w George Noory 1AM ndash;5AM Upcoming Shows Next Show This Morning with Gordo... 5AM ndash;6AM Morning News Watch 6AM ndash;8AM Dave Ramsey 8AM ndash;10AM Current Weather (47807) 38 deg; Search Our Site Search Coast 2 Coast AM w George Noory 1AM ndash;5AM News Indiana Adult Protective Services Seek Funding For Upgrades Indiana Adult Protective Services Seek Funding For Upgrades Monday, March 06, 2017 9:04 a.m. EST file photo Indiana (Indiana News Service) Indiana lawmakers are being asked to provide more funding for Adult Protective Services, and there's an effort to get all the agencies involved to collaborate on how that money would be spent. A report by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration and the state's Prosecuting Attorneys Council calls for changes, including emergency short term placement for endangered adults, a 24 7 hotline, technology upgrades and more staff and training.