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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Charges are pending against four suspects who allegedly caused $10,000 damage to Prairie Heights Community Schools’ athletic fields July 23.
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KENDALLVILLE — A citizen’s tip foiled a burglary at a North Main Street business early Tuesday morning and led to the arrest of a suspect, police said.
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KENDALLVILLE — C.R. 500E at the Norfolk Southern railroad crossing west of Kendallville is closed until further notice.
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KENDALLVILLE — A fifth/sixth-grade split teaching position at North Side Elementary School was one of the many vacancies filled recently in the East Noble School Corp,.
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Don Monesmith, left, of Larwill and formerly of Avilla, holds The Star ACD Festival Appreciation Award presented Thursday in Auburn. He was honored for his volunteer work at the National Auto and Truc
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ANGOLA — The last holiday weekend of summer will find Hoosiers traveling across Indiana, be it for one final getaway boating at a Steuben County lake, visiting friends and family or attending the Aubu
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Tandem bikes FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  The nation’s largest tandem bicycle rally is taking over downtown Labor Day weekend. Up to 800 tandem bicycle riders from 26 states and Ontario will gather in Fort Wayne for the 2014 Midwest Tandem Rally. Hoosiers Out on Tandems is hosting the weekend event that’s bringing tandem teams together for a series of tours planned. . Two tandem tours are planned including a IPFW Sculpture Tour and an Ice Cream ride on Friday. The organization chose to host the bicycle rally in Fort Wayne because of the city’s reputation with the bicycle community. “A vibrant downtown, easy access...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Duke Energy asked state regulators Friday to approve a nearly $2 billion upgrade of its Indiana electric grid, improvements the utility said would help reduce power outages by adding “self-healing” smart technologies to the grid. Duke is Indiana’s largest electric utility, with more than 800,000 customers. The Charlotte, North Carolina-based company asked the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission in Friday’s filing to approve a seven-year, $1.9 billion plan to replace substations, utility poles, power lines, transformers and other aging parts of its electric grid. That upgrade would include installing new, advanced utility meters the company said would mean fewer...
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana University men’s basketball team announced its 2014-15 non-conference schedule and will open its regular season on Friday, November 14 when it hosts Mississippi Valley State.  Including conference play, IU will play 16 games against teams that finished in the top 75 of the RPI a year ago, 11 games against teams that have been ranked nationally in a 2014-15 preseason poll and 10 games against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament.  Only a handful of times and television designations are being released at this time.  IU will have games on the Big Ten Network,...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Walgreens is adding a new tool to its store to help improve the safety of its customers and pharmacists. The pharmacy installed time-delay safes in all of its pharmacies in Indiana and Kentucky. The safes are already being used in Ohio, Tennessee, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The company says in those states, the safes have helped reduce prescription drug abuse crimes. “Its a deterrent for the would-be criminals. They’re going to have to take on a lot more risk than they would before,” said Ashley Painter, the Loss Prevention Manager for Walgreens. Unlike your typical safe, opening...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) — Jim Irsay has a change of plea hearing scheduled for the Tuesday after the Labor Day weekend, according to online court records. The Indianapolis Colts owner was arrested in March on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and possession of a controlled substance. Irsay waived his initial court hearing, meaning a not guilty plea was automatically entered. As of a month ago, attorneys were negotiating a plea deal for Irsay’s case. Typically, a change of plea hearing indicates a suspect will plead guilty as part of a plea agreement. It’s unclear if that’s the case for Irsay. The hearing...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The 122nd Fighter Wing has sent some airmen to assist the 104th Fighter Wing based out of Westfield, Mass. with recovery efforts of a pilot who crashed in Virginia Wednesday morning. The pilot has been identified as Lt. Col. Morris “Moose” Fontenot Jr. He served with the 104th Fighter Wing as the full-time Wing Inspector General, responsible for the implementation of the Air Force Inspection System and as an F-15 instructor pilot, according to the 104th Fighter Wing’s website. Lt. Col. Fontenot Jr. was flying an F-15C from the Westfield base to the Naval Air Station in New...
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