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2015/07/03 02:57
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A court ruling that eliminated Indiana's authority over wild animals kept as pets such as lions and tigers could threaten public safety by increasing the chance of dangerous animals escaping from...
2015/07/03 02:57
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2015/07/02 03:15
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U.S. District Court before his scheduled sentencing, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, in Detroit. The Indiana man, who turned 90 on Wednesday, was convicted of hauling more than a ton of cocaine to...
2015/07/01 20:19
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Scottdale Mennonite Church, 801 Market St., Scottdale, offers a day of comforter knotting, sewing, quilt construction and great food on the first Thursday of each month. More than 24 women and men...
2015/07/01 06:27
2015/07/01 06:27
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The nation is in the midst of one of the deadliest avian-influenza outbreaks in recorded history, and Iowa is right at the center. “This is one of, if not the largest, avian-influenza outbreak that...
2015/07/01 04:50
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Health Foundation awarded grants from unrestricted funds to these organizations: Allen County Department of Health, $44,000; Catholic Charities, $30,000; Community Transportation Network,...
2015/06/30 21:21
2015/06/30 21:21
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Created: 06/30/2015 3:43 PM KSTP.com A record 85.1 million acres of soybeans are in the ground, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Tuesday, but it's not clear whether they'll all sprout because...
2015/06/30 19:10
2015/06/30 19:10
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INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana doctors and public health experts stood outside Gov. Mike Pence's office on Tuesday to highlight the public health threats to Hoosiers of climate disruption, and to admonish...
2015/06/30 04:12
2015/06/30 04:12
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... for funds U.S. has $17.5M for conservation in Ohio, Mich., Ind. James Zehringer, director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, speaks about a phosphorus initiative for Lake Erie at a...
2015/06/25 01:21
2015/06/25 01:21
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INDIANAPOLIS -- A former state contracted worker and a food stamp recipient are each facing more than 90 felony counts including welfare fraud, corrupt business influence and forgery. The Marion...
2015/06/23 10:50
2015/06/23 10:50
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Congress Sunday not to cut federal funding for research to combat avian influenza as the price of eggs continues to rise. Outbreaks of bird flu have damaged the poultry industry, Mr. Schumer...
2015/06/23 08:57
2015/06/23 08:57
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... missions abroad, spending taxpayer dollars on costly trips that have an uneven track record of yielding any tangible benefits for their states. Last week alone, governors of 10 states were...
2015/06/22 04:13
2015/06/22 04:13
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... Ohio unscathed THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH Ohio’s chicken farmers are lucky ducks, so far. The state’s egg consumers, well, not so much. A wave of avian influenza this year had forced the...
2015/06/21 03:27
2015/06/21 03:27
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GrangerEmergency crews responding to house explosion in Granger Crews are responding to a report of a house explosion in Granger.St. Joseph County dispatchers confirmed emergency personnel are on...
2015/06/19 12:20
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... shape. The fact that the bird let campus police capture it June 2 — after they were tipped off by a good Samaritan — was one sign it wasn't feeling well, said clinic co-manager KELLY...
2015/06/18 22:27
2015/06/18 22:27
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MARSHALL COUNTY - Charlie Houin owns over 4,000 acres of corn and soybean crops. He's also the Farm Bureau President. According to the Indiana Department of Agriculture, we rank number four in the...
2015/06/18 18:26
2015/06/18 18:26
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First, the 'White Out.' Now, Penn State is bringing a 'Stripe Out' to Beaver Stadium. The athletic department Thursday announced its promotional schedule for the 2015 season, which includes a plan to...
2015/06/18 14:42
2015/06/18 14:42
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A US government computer glitch has left hundreds of migrant farm workers stranded at the Mexican border, as their would-be employers now search for replacements to harvest their summer crops and...
2015/06/17 15:20
2015/06/17 15:20
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June 15--Indiana State University's unmanned systems program has received another boost with approval to offer a bachelor's degree beginning this fall. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education...
2015/06/16 22:59
2015/06/16 22:59
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County Fair opens Saturday, it will do so without the annual poultry show. On June 2, the Ohio Department of Agriculture canceled all live bird exhibitions in the state for year. The ban is an...
2015/06/14 18:09
2015/06/14 18:09
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... their boat capsized near Kelley's Island in Ohio.More >> Ohio will spray to stop spread of invasive gypsy mothOhio will spray to stop spread of invasive gypsy moth REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (AP)...
2015/07/03 02:57
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