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Across Indiana, Ohio and Michigan, the American Red Cross has been forced to cancel 39 blood drives this winter due to weather, which resulted in more than 1,600 pints of blood the organization was no
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KENDALLVILLE — North Side Elementary won the Indiana Academic M.A.T.H. regional competition held Thursday at Hamilton Elementary School in Hamilton.
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KENDALLVILLE — The next phase of the East Noble High School campus beautification project will be done this summer.
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Firefighters work to put out a house fire Friday morning at 845 Chambers St. in Rome City. Area fire departments were called to the scene about 9:20 a.m., after a resident had called 911 to report sme
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The use of solar panels and energy has increased dramatically over the last decade. Experts say there was a 54 percent increase in solar energy just last year. As the demand for alternative energy continues to grow, so do the regulations.  It’s something churches, businesses, and homeowners are working to change. Solar energy supporters in our community are urging lawmakers to protect energy freedom. To bring attention to the issue, they held a rally Saturday morning to better explain what energy choice means in Fort Wayne and across the state. The rally was originally planned to oppose House Bill 1320.  “That bill would...
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LAPORTE COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – Man leads police on chase across state lines after he reportedly fired his gun inside an Indiana Walgreen’s store. Indiana State Police were called to continue the pursuit of a suspect who was wanted in Broadview, Ill. for allegedly firing shots in a local store. When ISP started following the man at 7:52 p.m. who was later identified as Vincent J. Toliver, 34, from Madison, Wis., they reported that he had already driven his 2004 Ford Expedition across eastbound I-80 in Illinois and started driving on eastbound I-94. Police stated that they attempted employing stop sticks three times without success throughout...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A basketball championship held at Westlane Middle School, which is in the Indianapolis area, was cut short on Thursday after players’ parents started brawling. According to Washington Township School Superintendent Dr. Nikki Woodson, the eighth grade championship game between Westlane Middle School and Creston Middle School was stopped with four minutes on the clock when adults sitting in the bleachers began arguing. The argument quickly transformed into a physical altercation, cancelling the final portion of the basketball game. Police were called to the scene when a Washington Township administrator was hurt while trying to break up the fight. Police are still investigating...
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CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — Officials from two northwest Indiana counties say their plan lease to lease the Indiana Toll Road would bring in payments of $5 million a year and taxpayers would not be financially liable if revenues do not live up to expectations. Lake and LaPorte counties have announced plan to form a nonprofit public-benefit corporation to lease the toll road after the Australian-Spanish consortium that leased it went bankrupt. Officials from the two counties issued a joint statement Friday announcing they will be bringing the proposed agreement before their councils and board of commissioners by mid-March. Other northern Indiana...
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WYCKOFF, N.J. (AP) — A northern New Jersey man has pleaded guilty to child endangerment after his pregnant girlfriend’s 9-month-old accidentally ingested heroin last year. The Record reports that 26-year-old Mark Tomat, of Mahwah, told a judge that he and his girlfriend had heroin at her Wyckoff home in February 2014. Shortly after he left the home, he learned that her son had ingested the drug. The baby was unresponsive when emergency responders arrived and had a bruised forehead. He was taken to a hospital and was given Narcan, a heroin overdose antidote, and the child soon recovered. Tomat entered his plea Friday....
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