Former employee accused of accessing restricted data

A former Grant County Assessor’s office employee is accused of accessing restricted computer information.  Court records state a search warrant was issued April 24th to access the office’s server, as well as computer and media equipment in James Cramer’s work space, and all storage devices within the office.  Cramer denies any knowledge of personal files […]

Officials delay vote on ethanol plants

Henry County officials delayed any vote on two proposed ethanol plants yesterday morning.  That decision was made because one of the commissioners was absent due to vacation.  The Board of Commissioners was planning to review recommendations on two plants to be built near Mount Summit and Millvile.

Governor's plane makes emergency landing

A plane carrying Governor Daniels made an emergency landing in Gary yesterday.  Spokeswoman Jane Jankowski says the co-pilot’s door somehow became unlatched and opened just after take-off, on the way to Terre Haute.  The problem was easily corrected and no one was injured in the incident.

Chicken feed linked to pet food contamination

THE INGREDIENT THAT CONTAMINATED PET FOOD HAS NOW BEEN FOUND IN POULTRY FEED SOLD TO INDIANA FARMS.  HOWEVER, THOSE FOOD PRODUCTS ARE STILL EDIBLE. 38 FARMS IN INDIANA RECEIVED FEED CONTAINING THE CONTAMINATE MELAMINE.  THE U-S-D-A AND THE F-D-A HAVE NOT YET ISSUED ANY RECALLS ON POULTRY RELATED ITEMS.

Clinton to make visit to Indiana

DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HILLARY CLINTON IS PLANNING ON A STOP IN HAMILTON COUNTY THIS WEEKEND.  SHE WILL BE IN CARMEL TO ATTEND A PRIVATE FUNDRAISER AT THE HOME OF MALL DEVELOPER MELVIN SIMON AND HIS WIFE BREN.  THOSE WHO WISH TO ATTEND THE EVENT SHOULD PLAN ON DONATING AT LEAST $500 PER PERSON.

Bush denies Democrats' legislation for troop withdrawl

LEGISLATION TO PULL U.S. TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ WAS VETOED BY PRESIDENT BUSH LAST NIGHT, DURING A HISTORIC SHOWDOWN WITH CONGRESS ON WHETHER THE WAR SHOULD END OR ESCELATE.  BUSH REJECTED THE DEMOCRAT BACKED BILL TO REQUIRE THE FIRST U.S. COMBAT TROOPS TO BE WITHRDRAWN BY OCTOBER FIRST, WITH COMPLETE PULLOUTS SIX MONTHS LATER.

Warrant issued on former TV writer

A CARMEL MAN CONVICTED OF BATTERING HIS WIFE WAS ISSUED AN ARREST WARRANT TUESDAY. 47-YEAR-OLD J.J. PAULSEN IS BEING HELD IN THE HAMILTON COUNTY JAIL IN CONNECTION TO THE MURDER OF HIS 39-YEAR-OLD WIFE IN APRIL. THE FORMER TELEVISION WRITER AND PRODUCER FACES A POSSIBLE 361-DAY JAIL TERM AS THE RESULT OF A PROBATION VIOLTION […]

Inmates request for injunction denied

AN INDIANA INMATE ON DEATH ROW WAS DENIED AN INJUNTION BY A U.S. DISTRICT COURT JUDGE WEDNESDAY.  DAVID LEON WOOD’S IS CHALLENGING THE STATE’S LETHAL INJECTION PROCEDURE IN A LAW SUIT, BUT JUDGE RICHARD YOUNG SAYS WOODS WAITED TOO LONG BEFORE QUESTIONING THE PROCESS.  WOODS IS SCHEDULED TO BE EXECUTED EARLY FRIDAY MORNING FOR THE […]

Judge orders woman to pay thousands to Remy International

AN INDIANAPOLIS WOMAN WILL HAVE TO PAY BACK NEARLY SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS TO REMY INTERNATIONAL AFTER SHE PLEADED GUILTY TO STEALING THE MONEY IN NOVEMBER.  45-YEAR-OLD ELAINE WELLS WAS CHARGED WITH THEFT FOR FORGING AN EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLAR COMPANY CHECK, AND ORDERED BY A MADISON COUNTY JUDGE TO MAKE THE PAYMENT AS PART OF AN […]