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Hoosiers are very concerned about U.S. military involvement in Syria. President Obama is preparing to appear before the nation Tuesday to lay out his case for what he calls a “limited” military action. While Hoosiers are concerned about the use of chemical weapons on innocent people and children, they say they‘re also worried about the impact of yet another U.S. conflict in the Middle East.
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Authorities in Gas City continue to investigate vandalism to the Christmas lights display in the city park. Officials estimate the damage will likely be more than five-thousand dollars. Mayor Larry Leach says it will take most of the week to make repairs. A cash reward to anyone who helps capture those responsible. If you have […]04.12.13
Two men arrested last year in connection with the selling of bath salts at local convenience stores have been sentenced to spend a year on electronic home detention. Delaware Circuit Court 5 Judge Thomas Cannon Jr. accepted plea agreements in the cases against Hardeep Singh and Kulyinber “Vic” Singh. Each pleaded guilty to money laundering, […]04.12.13
Secretary of State Connie Lawson has finalized a $14-million settlement with ISTA and the NEA. The litigation accused the Indiana State Teachers Association and the National Education Association of defrauding Indiana schools out of more than $27-million. ISTA and NEA sold health plans with benefits to 27 school corporations. They then used the money from […]