Gen. Horner To Speak At The National Desert Storm And Desert Shield Memorial Site Dedication Ceremony

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The National Desert Storm War Memorial Association is pleased to announce that General Charles A. Horner, USAF, Retired has agreed to speak…

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Two Teens Rescued From Frigid Waters After Log Hopping At Indy Park

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Two teenage hikers were rescued from the frigid waters of Buck Creek on Monday.

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Pedestrian Dies After Being Struck By Two Vehicles

(INDIANAPOLIS) – A pedestrian died on the east side Monday after being struck by two vehicles, including an IndyGo bus.

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New National Park Push Being Made For Indiana Dunes

(PORTER) – A new effort is being made in Congress to designate the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore along Lake Michigan as a national park.

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Regulators Sign Off On Dairy Farm In Northwestern Indiana

(LAKE VILLAGE) – Indiana regulators have a granted a key permit for an organic dairy farm that could become home to more than 4,000 cows…

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Lawmaker Wants High School Athletes Tested For Drugs

(INDIANAPOLIS) – One lawmaker in Indianapolis wants to see high school athletes in the state tested for drugs..

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Trooper’s Vehicle Struck On Interstate 70

(VIGO CO.) – An Indiana State Trooper escaped serious injury Saturday night when his patrol car was hit by a semi-tractor trailer on I-70 in…

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White Castle Extends Sponsorship Of USA Luge, Supports Next Generation of Sliders

(COLUMBUS, OH.) – White Castle and USA Luge, the nation’s two foremost slider experts, announced a two-year partnership extension Monday, furthering White Castle’s position as…

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Indiana Police Wiretapping Dispute Continues

(SOUTH BEND) – A long-running dispute over wiretapping within an Indiana police department will continue and could go to trial after city officials rejected a…

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Indiana County To Build Lanes Just For Amish Buggies

(WAKARUSA) – A northern Indiana county with a large Amish population is moving ahead with plans to add lanes along local roads just for horse-drawn…

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