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If you take State Road 23 to work, you'd better plan on taking a different route come Monday. Driving down 23 is no joy ride. "Just hang with us, it'll be thirty days and we'll get the road back open," said Matt Deitchley, INDOT spokesperson....
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — In a quest to speed up the boarding process, American Airlines is letting passengers board sooner if they travel lightly. The airline said Thursday that people carrying just a personal item that fits under the seat —...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Zoo will begin testing the temperature of playground equipment more frequently and post additional warnings that surfaces could be hot after a toddler was burned on a slide. Khara Sinclair tells WTHR-TV (http:/...
Ask any golfer if they could play one course in the whole world, which one would they choose? Chances are, many would say Augusta National. It's iconic. Exclusive. Immaculate. For most golfers, it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity. Muffet...
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South Bend TribuneGRANGER -- Workers were busy outside Gates of Granger, blacktopping the parking lot and painting doors while employees inside the dealership tried out new equipment. Gates Automotive Group will open its new $3 million operation Wednesday at 12815 Indiana...
Nearly 131 years after construction started on the Chapin Mansion in Niles, the public will get a chance to tour the historic home. City leaders gave the "okay" to Fort St. Joseph Museum last week to open the house for tours in May. The city has...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A key Indiana senator wants funding for a proposed toll road around Indianapolis' congested Interstate 465 bypass — a proposal that was dropped in 2007 amid strong public opposition. Sen. Luke Kenley, chairman of the...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The drive to patch up Michigan's deteriorating roads is largely centered on money, how to win support from skeptical lawmakers for at least $1.2 billion a year in additional taxes and fees for needed upkeep. But hardly any...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY-- We'll cross that bridge when we get to it. It's a saying will be easier said than done for people who travel on State Road 933 through Osceola. Starting Monday crews will close the Lincolnway East Bridge over Baugo...
WSBT-TVGRANGER – It's spring break for many people in our area. You may have noticed fewer cars on the roads or maybe even shorter checkout lines at the grocery store. It could be because people are on vacation. Whether it's a weekend getaway or a...
WSBT-TVOn this 1st day of April, we know warmer weather will be coming, and that means we’re entering the construction season. At least three major road construction projects begin on Monday. The bad news is there are probably going to be delays and...
PHOENIX (AP) — Indiana's longest free throw parade of the season took the Pacers to their fourth straight win. Paul George scored 25 points to lead all five Indiana starters in double figures and the Pacers beat the Phoenix Suns 112-104 on...
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