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Judge dismisses suit against Logan mayor and council
A lawsuit a Logansport citizen filed against the city last month claiming an abuse of power regarding the power plant project has been dismissed.
Traylor-Wolff banned from judicial service
Lisa Traylor-Wolff, formerly a senior judge serving in Pulaski and Fulton Counties and a public defender in Cass County, was banned today from judicial service by the Indiana Supreme Court.
Police: Logansport man reports himself as drunken driver
State police received a 911 call this morning in which a Logansport man reported himself as a drunken driver.
At 12:20 a.m. this morning, the Jasper County Sheriff Department dispatched state trooper Danielle Elwood to northbound I-65 near the Demotte/Roselawn exit. There, police report, Elwood located a 1996 Toyota driven by Matthew Devore, 24, Logansport.
Police: Large drug lab resulted in Linden Avenue fire
The 65-year-old owner of the house that burnt on Linden Avenue Saturday afternoon was arrested Sunday on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and maintaining a common nuisance.
Logansport woman victim of fatal Carroll County crash
Carroll County Sheriff’s deputies are not sure why a 27-year-old Logansport woman went left of center Saturday afternoon, causing her to collide with a northbound semi-tractor on Ind. 29.
2013 Lilly scholar named
Cass County Community Foundation representatives this afternoon announced that Jason "Jake" Hawes, a senior at Logansport High School, would receive the 2013 Lilly Scholarship, covering four years of tuition and fees at the university of Hawes' choice.
Family of 9 escapes overnight house fire in Indy
A family of nine rushed from their Indianapolis home when a phone call from a neighbor in the middle of the night warned the parents that their house was on fire.
Fulton man wounded during gunfight with police
A man was shot during a gunfight with police at the end of a nearly-four hour standoff at a home in a rural community in northern Indiana.
Mandela in hospital with lung infection
Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid leader who became South Africa's first black president, has been admitted to a hospital with a recurring lung infection, South Africa said Thursday.
Indiana gun licensing goes all-digital
The state of Indiana completed the switch to taking the entire firearms licensing process online.
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