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CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — A magazine says Carmel is the best place to live among cities with populations of 50,000 to 300,000 people. Money magazine said Monday it rated the Indianapolis suburb ahead of No. 2 McKinney, Texas, followed by Eden Prairie,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMISHAWAKA -- It took a strong nose and the common sense of a paper delivery woman, but subscribing to the newspaper paid off in an unexpected way for some residents of Remington Court apartments. Kathy Leuthold, a South Bend Tribune carrier, noticed a...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterStarting July 1, Indiana judges will have the authority to levy civil fines against public officials who deliberately violate the state's public meetings or access to public records laws. If a public access lawsuit if filed and found valid, a judge can...
Tags: Punishment, Child Abuse, Government, Lawyers, Fines
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The biological mother of a 7-year-old boy whose 2005 death at the hands of his adoptive parents sparked outrage and state reforms is seeking custody of her sixth child. The Lansing State Journal reports (http://on.lsj.com/...
ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — The 1916 Cozy Camper sat off a winding black road near the edge of sand and grass, its orange canvas flaps pulled open to reveal two thin blue mattresses atop metal springs. Nearby, Margaret Campbell marveled over the back...
NEW YORK (AP) — Chocolate dog food. Old garden hose. Weirdly fishy. Take a panel of seven foodies and ply them with with exotic versions of popular American snacks from around the world, and these are the reactions you get. Tentative nibbles and...
It’s a magazine cover creating controversy and sparking debate across the country. We’re talking about the cover of Time, set to hit stands May 21. It's raising a question among parents, doctors and critics: How old is too old when it comes...
Tags: Health, Breastfeeding, Human Body, Periodicals
South Bend TribuneThe future home of the College Football Hall of Fame could be in doubt, according to a report in an Atlanta newspaper, but what that means for the Hall's future in South Bend remains uncertain. On Thursday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an...
Tags: Sports, College Sports, Football
NEW YORK (AP) — Four months ago the U.S. government sought to block publication of two studies about how scientists created an easily spread form of bird flu. Now a revised version of one paper is seeing the light of day with the government's...
Tags: Vaccines, Health, Science, Rutgers University, Flu
Some area public schools are spending taxpayer dollars to advertise their districts ... via television, newspaper and Internet ... in a trend to cull new students. Parents can not only choose what public school to send their child to thanks to School of...
Tags: Students, Teaching and Learning, Marketing, Radio, Entertainment
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — A city police officer has been fired from his job over conduct violations that included wearing his uniform while working at a mobile hot dog stand he owns. The Fort Wayne Board of Public Safety's findings said that...
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian magazine says a fire aboard a docked Russian nuclear submarine could have sparked a catastrophe because it was carrying nuclear-tipped missiles, despite official statements to the contrary. The respected Kommersant Vlast...
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