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WABASH COUNTY, Ind. -- Japanese auto parts maker Oji Intertech, Inc., will create up to 33 new job positions as it expands its operations in Wabash County. The company will double its existing 80,000 square-foot plant on 906 W. Hanley Road in North Manchester in order to boost...
PENDLETON, Ind. --In 1843 Frederick Douglass came to Pendleton, Indiana, to talk about the abolition of slavery and equality for everyone. That experience ended in Douglass and several other men being beaten by a mob. About 40 years later he came back. He's back, after 200 years...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The stairs of the Indiana War Memorial will be closed through next spring for a roof repair project. Retired Air Force Brigadier General J. S tewart Goodwin, the memorial’s executive director, says the roof has been worn down by the elements and has become leaky...
INDIANAPOLIS --A person from Indiana has died from an outbreak of Hepatitis A that has hit multiple states. The Indiana State Health Department is not giving additional details about the patient due to privacy laws. The outbreak has caused nearly 4,000 illnesses in 10 states and...
(CNN) -- John Schnatter, the founder and public face of Papa John's pizza, has resigned as the company's chairman after it emerged he used the N-word on a conference call in May. Papa John's said in a statement late Wednesday it would appoint a new chairman "in the coming weeks...
LEBANON, Ind. -- More charges have been filed in the Deputy Jake Pickett murder investigation. A probable cause affidavit says 25-year-old John Ball and John Baldwin, Jr are now being charged with murder. Prosecutors say Ball provided the handgun that Anthony Baumgardt used to...
CLAY COUNTY, Ind. -- One man was cited by police after a crash involving a Clay County sheriff's deputy. The crash happened Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of country roads 1100 South and 225 East. According to the preliminary investigation by Indiana State Police, Clay...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Former Papa John's CEO John Schnatter used the N-word on a conference call in May, according to Forbes. Schnatter, a Hoosier and Ball State alumnus, was on a call with Papa John's executives and a marketing agency called Laundry Service as a role-playing...
INDIANAPOLIS --Indianapolis Public Schools says it has issues with some of the recommendations made by the Indy Chamber to save the district nearly $500 million, over the next eight years. Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee said in a prepared statement that he does not believe...