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Ind. bill aims to combat gangs in state's schools
Indiana lawmakers are considering a bill that aims to keep gangs and gang activity out of the state's public schools.
School buses involved in string of crashes in Indy
School buses have been involved in three separate crashes in Indianapolis, and police say a handful of students have been hurt.
Two die in Miami County crash
Two Peru residents died Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 31 at Ind. 218.
Winter storm warning now in effect
A winter storm warning is now in effect in the Logansport area. From 1 p.m. today to 7 a.m. Wednesday, accumulations of up to 6 inches of snow and sleet is possible.
2 sentenced in malnutrition death of Ind. girl, 5
A central Indiana judge has sentenced a man and his former mother-in-law to prison for neglect and abuse in the malnutrition death of the man's daughter.
Ind. man accused of scalding girl to plead guilty
An eastern Indiana man accused of burning the feet of a 7-year-old girl he was babysitting by placing her in scalding water has agreed to plead guilty to battery.
Ind. Senate panel considers specialty plate limits
The Indiana Senate is set to start reviewing a plan overhauling the state's specialty auto license plate system by requiring all groups with plates to sell 500 per year and undergo a financial review once a decade.
Mass. police dog fires pistol
No one was injured after Ivan, a specially trained police dog, pawed through the snowbank, found the weapon and fired a bullet into a home at 82 Crescent St., according to a police report.
Baby born after parents killed in NYC crash dies
A baby delivered after his parents were killed in a Brooklyn hit-and-run accident died early Monday, a community spokesman said.
Police: Bus monitor hit N.Y. boy with buckle
A bus monitor accused of using a seat-belt buckle to hit a 5-year-old boy on an Oneonta, N.Y., school bus was arrested Thursday and has been fired from her job, city police said.
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