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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Registered sex offenders who have been banned from social networking websites are fighting back in state courts. Sex offenders have successfully challenged many of the restrictions, arguing that the laws infringe on free...
Indiana law requires minor-party candidates to jump through some hoops if they want their names to be on an election ballot. Andrew Straw, a Green Party candidate running for the state's 2nd District congressional seat, sees the rules as unfair. So, he's...
WSBT-TV ReporterImagine being part of an international romance scam that’s bilking hundreds of people out of money. The worst part? You have no idea your face is being used to con people you’ve never met. That’s what happened to retired Elkhart police...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterKathi Pierce noticed almost from birth that her son Wesley was having some problems when he had trouble breast-feeding. It took years of trying various medical exams before Wesley was diagnosed with low-functioning autism. Now Pierce worries about...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterPediatricians and researchers have long recommended crib sleep as the safest infant sleeping arrangement to prevent sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS. But University of Notre Dame anthropology professor James McKenna says he has uncovered...
(AP) NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Spurred by a classroom demonstration involving a sex toy, Tennessee recently enacted a pro-abstinence sex education law that is among the strictest in the nation. The most debated section of the bill bars educators from...
WSBT TV ReporterLocal political science experts say getting voters to sign a piece of paper to put two well-known Democratic candidates on the 2008 presidential primary ballot should have been easy. Court documents say former St. Joseph County Democratic Party chair,...
Tags: Voting, Science, Joe Donnelly, Arts and Culture, Barack Obama
Could you – would you – give up using your cellphone while driving? The National Transportation Safety Board wants cellphone use while driving banned. Government records show distracted drivers caused 900,000 accidents last year –...
HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — A forensic anthropologist is being called in to determine whether three more bones found in a troubled northwestern Indiana cemetery are human. The Lake County coroner's office tells The Times of Munster (http://bit.ly/yea9nX )...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Anthropology
Penn High School's Social Studies team won the state title Saturday at Purdue. Penn's score of 21 was not only best in their class, but best over all four classes. It was Penn's third Social Studies title in a row and 11th Social Studies state title in...
SACRAMENTO, California (AP) — A first-of-its-kind ban on a controversial form of psychotherapy aimed at making gay people straight could face a key vote Tuesday by a group of California lawmakers. Supporters say the legislation, which is before its...
NEW YORK (AP) — Don't let the hoodie and sneakers fool you. Mark Zuckerberg is no wet-behind-the-ears CEO. Facebook's chief executive turns 28 on Monday, setting in motion the social network's biggest week ever. The company is expected to start...
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