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1 hr ago | WFIE-TV Evansville
Meteorologist Eric Garlick says a clear, cool and calm night led to some dense fog forming for most of the tri-state. Dense fog advisories have been issued until mid morning for most of the area, including all Illinois counties and Knox, Daviess, and Martin Counties in Indiana.
5 hrs ago | The Republic
A northern Indiana mayor who has been serving as a lieutenant in the Naval Reserve in Afghanistan since April is headed back home. The South Bend Tribune reports South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has begun the demobilization process before his final return to South Bend.
A recent report has found the disparity in suspensions and expulsions between black and white students in Indiana are among the greatest. The U.S. Department of Education's report found that black students are suspended or expelled at a rate that is more than three times higher than white students.
The news comes on the heels of a separate $30 million legal settlement for Hoosiers that overpaid for driver's licenses.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has announced about 180,000 people will be getting excise tax refunds because their vehicles were improperly classified during registration over the past decade, leading to a total overcharge of about $29 million. BMV Commissioner Don Snemis says the agency will work the Indiana Department of Revenue to issue the refunds.
Toyota says it plans to add 180 full-time production jobs to its southwestern Indiana factory over the next five months. Toyota officials say the first 60 of those workers will come next month from among employees of its temporary staffing company Aerotek.
A southern Indiana teenager has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for his role in the beating death of a man in his rural home. Eighteen-year-old Austin Curtin of Bedford pleaded guilty to a murder charge in a Lawrence County court Monday for the February death of 43-year-old Rodney Allender.
Does it take an epidemic to get people's attention? Perhaps so. Ebola is a frightening disease, and its spread is truly a concern in west Africa.
Lane closures will begin for two consecutive weekends on Indiana 1 at the Dupont Road bridge, the Indiana Department of Transportation said today. The closures are scheduled from 8 p.m. Friday through 6 a.m. Monday on the weekends of Sept.
In the past 10 years, the number of total calls to Adult Protective Services for assistance has more than tripled, from 11,122 to 39,847. Adult Protective Services is a state-funded, federally mandated program under the Older Americans Act and is administered by the Family and Social Services Administration Division of Aging.
Same-sex couples hoping to get married in Indiana will have to wait until the U.S. Supreme Court addresses the question of whether gay marriage bans are constitutional. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago on Monday stayed its Sept.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today continued the stay on same-sex marriage in Indiana until it is addressed by the U.S. Supreme Court. Stay extended on Indiana same-sex marriage case pending Supreme Court decision The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today continued the stay on same-sex marriage in Indiana until it is addressed by the U.S. Supreme Court.
We may think a particular ghostly occurrence is original in nature and one of a kind; often it is not. Many have their origins from stories handed down throughout the years-stories that may very well have a basis in facta or just a good tale.
Turning waste cooking oil into biodiesel can benefit the environment. The EPA has not yet approved modified diesel engines that run on waste cooking oil, but it has approved biodiesel fuel made from waste cooking oil for use in regular diesel engines.
Indiana has hired more case workers to keep track of its most vulnerable residents, but complaints about overwork continue to surface. DCS struggles to keep accurate caseload tally Indiana has hired more case workers to keep track of its most vulnerable residents, but complaints about overwork continue to surface.
Bride-to-be whose fiancA© died just days before their wedding has a heartbreaking photo shoot in her dress 'to say goodbye' Reclusive artist Robert Indiana is a no show at a celebration to honor his 'LOVE' art work disappointing dozens of loyal fans Reclusive artist Robert Indiana was expected to make an appearance Saturday to take part in a celebration of his art on his 86th birthday, but he didn't emerge from his home, disappointing dozens of fans. The event which was due to take place outside his outside his Maine island residence was called International HOPE Day.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 07:23 am
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