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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Loretta Rush has become the second female Indiana Supreme Court justice in state history. Rush took the oath of office administered by Chief Justice Brent Dickson during a private ceremony Wednesday. The former Tippecanoe...
NEW CARLISLE – For 90 minutes, at least, Warsaw’s Ashley Erba was clearly the fastest high school girl cross country runner in Indiana history. But before the Tiger bus even made it out of the parking lot at Saturday’s New Prairie...
OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ,Associated PressMEXICO CITY (AP) — Enrique Pena Nieto took the oath of office as Mexico's new president Saturday vowing to restore peace and security and take on the vested interests that have hindered economic prosperity. As several hundred protesters threw fire...
NOTRE DAME – The University of Notre Dame is celebrating its 170th anniversary this fall. South Bend’s Center for History honored the university last week for the partnership with the Michiana area, and it’s been 40 years since one of...
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Paul Levine was the second person ever called to "Come On Down," then he mastered Bonus Game and took home the very first Showcase on "The Price is Right." Enjoy this classic clip from 1972 for the 40th Anniversary of the classic game show! Watch...
The first day is almost here and something is happening in almost every corner of the new Saint Joseph High School, especially downstairs in the area called "Heritage Hallway." Things were also busy in the library, where the Dewey Decimal System came...
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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...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A lawmaker has sent a letter to fellow Republican members of the Indiana House saying he will not support a resolution celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts because he believes it is a "radicalized organization"...
Indiana's governor is celebrating the five-year anniversary of Major Moves: the biggest infrastructure project in state history. The project was paid for with the lease of the Indiana Toll Road. But a new report suggests the company that leases it may...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco's new sheriff used his swearing-in ceremony Sunday to speak publicly for the first time about allegations that he was involved in a domestic abuse incident. Former city supervisor Ross Mirkarimi took the oath of...
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Betty Ford returned Wednesday to the city where she grew up and wed the man who became the only president from Michigan, prompting hundreds to line the streets in front of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum as her...
BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — Singer Andy Williams says he is battling bladder cancer. The Tri-Lakes News reports the 83-year-old Williams told the crowd at his Christmas show Saturday night at the Moon River Theatre in Branson, Mo. (http://bit.ly/uaedcs )....
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