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FREMONT — Six people were taken to Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in Angola Friday afternoon after they were involved in a two-vehicle collision south of Fremont, the Steuben County Sheriff’s Off
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CROMWELL — Franklin Anglin, a Cromwell infant diagnosed with a rare, fatal epileptic seizure disorder, died Saturday at home, his family said.
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Those befuddled about what to get loved ones for Christmas or any occasion need not look beyond their local community foundation.
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ALBION — It wasn’t even an idea that got the ball rolling. Not really, anyway.
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LAGRANGE — Crews from LaGrange and Howe Fire departments responded to a blaze at Price’s Laundry, 112 E. Central Ave., shortly after 7:30 p.m. Saturday night, the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department
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LAGRANGE — Opportunities don’t come cheap.
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — He wore thick khaki pants and a heavy cotton shirt, sometimes blue or sometimes green, to work every day. Donald Miles carried a black metal lunch pail with him when he left home for the Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co. on Taylor Street those mornings in the 1940s. And after spending a day at the furnaces working around uranium – without any protective clothing and before we knew what the material can do to the human body – he’d come home, relax and change clothes, though not right away. “Who knows what he exposed the house to,” said...
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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A perception problem complicates fundraising for the Tri-State Herpetological Society, a local nonprofit that offers educational presentations, rescue services and placement for reptiles and amphibians. The snakes, bearded dragons, iguanas, geckos and other exotic animals that come into the group’s orbit are not cuddly or cute, the qualities that often draw people to cats and dogs. Many people reflexively fear reptiles, and some even ascribe sinister characteristics to them. It is an utterly irrational response to animals that will not bite unless startled or provoked, said Chris Ulrich, president of the Herpetological Society. Walking around the northern Vanderburgh...
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MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana man convicted in a brutal home invasion attack on a woman has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. The Star Press reports that a Delaware County judge sentenced 34-year-old Demario Antwan Jackson of Muncie last week. Jackson had pleaded guilty to a burglary charge stemming from the September 2013 attack. The victim in that attack was an acquaintance of Jackson. She told investigators he entered her apartment through a bedroom window armed with a baseball bat and then punched her several times in the face. Jackson also kicked and stomped on her, causing injuries...
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Four-year-old Jacob Mogavero from Idaho was upset when the Grinch started taunting Santa while he was on the Journey to the North Pole Cruise. However, after consideration, Jacob decided what the Grinch really needed was a friend.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mike Pence says he wants Indiana to be a leader in giving criminals who’ve served their time a second chance, but he hasn’t granted a single pardon during his first two years in office. The conservative Republican says he hasn’t granted any pardons because he has a “heavy bias” for due process of law. Pence tells The Journal Gazette that’s “a high hurdle” for him to cross. A pardon is executive forgiveness for a crime which removes penalties such as not being able to get a gun license. They’re granted only after at least five years has passed since...
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LOGANSPORT, Ind. (AP) — The state Court of Appeals has reduced a northern Indiana man’s 13-year sentence for an incident in which he fired shots at police officers during a traffic stop. The court vacated two of Christopher Duncan’s five convictions Friday for the August 2011 shooting and reduced the 49-year-old Logansport man’s sentence by one year. The Pharos-Tribune reports Duncan fired at officers when he was a passenger in a car pulled over in Logansport for a traffic violation. His attorney argued Duncan didn’t intentionally fire at officers but did so reflexively after being shot with a stun gun. Duncan appealed all five...
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