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Ind. mayors arguing for tougher cold medicines law
Several Indiana mayors are planning to tell state lawmakers about the problems their cities face from methamphetamine production while they seek tougher controls on the cold medications often used to make the illegal drug.
Private firm running Ind. lottery launches 1st ads
The private company chosen to run the Hoosier Lottery has launched its first advertising campaign, a push focusing on what lottery players dream of doing if they won a big payout.
NW Ind. nonprofit's ex-director sues Hammond mayor
The former director of a northwestern Indiana nonprofit group is suing Hammond's mayor and her former employer over her 2011 firing.
Color guard founder charged with child exploitation
The Miami County Sheriff Department is investigating a man who recently founded a drum and bugle group in Peru after authorities learned the man has been charged with child exploitation in Mississippi.
Police investigate 2 shooting incidents
The Logansport Police Department is investigating two shooting incidents. The first occurred shortly after midnight Friday in the 600 block of 13th Street. The second occurred shortly before midnight Sunday in the 000 block of B Street.
Pence joining rally of Ind. school choice backers
Supporters of Indiana's charter school and private school voucher programs are planning a Statehouse rally during which they'll hear from Republican Gov. Mike Pence.
Trial set in cold-case murder
A trial date has been set for Timothy J. Jimerson, who is accused of murdering a 27-year-old mother inside her Miami County trailer in 1992.
Ball State police searching for man with gun
A Ball State University official says campus police are searching for a man who was reportedly seen with a handgun near a campus library.
Police: N.Y. man set himself on fire
A Plattsburgh man who had recently been charged with sex abuse was in critical condition Thursday after he apparently lit himself on fire.
2 in Indiana allegedly bought, sold child for porn
Two northwestern Indiana residents are facing federal charges involving the alleged sale of a young child for use in producing child pornography.
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