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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.
(this is global, not just for this entry)
The coldest air in almost 3 years rolled through the state Wednesday night. Indiana is in a deepfreeze today as wind chills are in the negatives. The next weather problem is snow. We could see accumulating snows Friday night through Saturday.12.12.13
The teen brothers accused of killing a former Yorktown man over an iPad may have sought out other robbery victims through Craigslist in the past. Tryon and Tyshaune Kincade, both of Indianapolis, have been charged with murder and robbery in connection with the shooting death of Indiana Army guardsman James Vester of Lizton. Police say […]12.12.13
Michael Harley, president of the local NAACP, has died. The 40-year-old Muncie resident died early Wednesday morning in his sleep. As president, Harley welcomed people of all backgrounds – regardless of race, age, neighborhood, education level or income – to the local NAACP, encouraging people to become members and fight discrimination. He was married to […]