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Ed Conkright says he and his missing Fox Terrier, JR, "hit it off like peanut butter and jelly." He's asking for help finding his best friend, who he believes was stolen June 1.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. --Finding a cure for diabetes could save you money because of what the government spends on research and care. A teenager representing Indiana wants Congress to renew the Special Diabetes Program, which puts $150 million in taxpayer money into research for a...
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Signs posted outside the restaurant said it was shutting down due to "unforseen circumstances." Eight Scotty's Brewhouse locations in Indiana have closed since the chain filed for bankruptcy in December.
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. --The special prosecutor appointed to investigate the shooting death of a black man by a white South Bend police officer says state police will be helping him and the investigation will not be rushed. Ric Hertel, the prosecuting attorney in Ripley County, has...
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico --The grandfather who lost grip on his granddaughter as she fell from a cruise ship window, thought there was glass in the window, said his attorney, Michael Winkleman, of the law firm Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina and Winkleman. "There's a wood railing. He...
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MUNCIE, Ind. -- Muncie could be going to the dogs. A nonprofit organization wants to build a 38-acre animal sanctuary in Delaware County that would give unwanted dogs and cats the home they deserve. Grateful Rescue and Sanctuary plans is to house up to 1,300 dogs and cats, while...
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind .--The life of Holocaust survivor, Eva Kor, will be celebrated this weekend. The CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center says visitation will be at DeBaun Funeral Home in Terre Haute on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. The funeral will be Sunday at 10 am followed...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A major bridge closure that will require drivers to use alternate routes is scheduled to begin this week. Four concrete ramps servicing the west side of the Kessler Blvd. Bridge over 38th Street and I-65 will be closed for at least 60 days, beginning on or...
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GREENFIELD, Ind. -- Intimidation charges for a man in Hancock County who prosecutors say threatened highway workers. Court documents said 69-year-old James Cain stormed into a county highway department facility in Greenfield back on June 18th. He was upset because he said a...