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The Indiana Attorney General’s Office has filed a six-count complaint against Dr. Frank Campbell, medical director of the Madison County Community Health Center, alleging he violated state law by allowing physician assistants to prescribe pain medicine to patients by using pre-signed prescription pads. The Herald Bulletin reports the complaint follows an investigation conducted by the DEA in early May. Campbell’s attorney says that all the allegations raised in the attorney general’s complaint will be addressed in a hearing of the Medical Licensing Board later this month.
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Police say an out-of-control car crashed into a gas station in Richmond, starting a fire and injuring four people. Officials say the car knocked over a pole supporting the protective canopy at a Speedway station, struck two pumps and hit another car being fueled, causing the two pumps burst into flames. Of the four people […]11.03.14
Muncie police continue to investigate the Saturday night robbery of a Muncie taxi driver. Police say the cabbie was robbed by two men just after 5:30 p.m. in the 4200 block of South Pinewood Drive. The suspects were described as two black males – fled the scene after taking cash and property from the driver, […]11.03.14
The Robert Cooper Audubon Society, which represents 500 members in Madison, Delaware, Henry, Grant, Jay, Randolph and Blackford counties is the latest environmental group to voice opposition to the proposed Mounds Lake reservoir. The group says they are concerned over the potential impact to Mounds State Park; including the loss of shaded hiking trail along […]