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Company plans Fort Wayne expansion, more jobs
FORT WAYNE (AP) — A construction company is planning to expand its Fort Wayne operations by enlarging two facilities and adding workers.
Indiana Toll Road rates increase for some July 1
GRANGER (AP) — The cost of driving on the Indiana Toll Road is going up for motorists not using transponders to pay.
State law change means Fishers becomes city in 2015
FISHERS (AP) — The booming suburban Indianapolis town of Fishers will become a city in 2015.
89-year-old woman dies in pond at Mishawaka complex
MISHAWAKA (AP) — Police say an 89-year-old woman with severe dementia drowned in a pond after leaving her assisted-living apartment unnoticed.
Sheriff: Jailed man sole suspect in 4 Indiana deaths
COLUMBUS (AP) — A sheriff says a man jailed on unrelated charges is the sole suspect in the shooting deaths of four people in a southern Indiana home last month.
Large Indianapolis building fire still smoldering
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Firefighters remain at the scene of a smoldering blaze at an Indianapolis recycling facility two days after a huge tower of billowing black smoke over the city.
State warns people to be alert at fairs, festivals
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and state police are reminding state residents to be alert for safety concerns when attending county fairs and other local festivals.
Power outages remain in Indiana following storm
CROWN POINT (AP) — Several thousand homes and business in northern Indiana remained without power hours after a large storm front swept across the state.
Storm blows off some roofs in northern Indiana
MISHAWAKA (AP) — The roofs were blown off some buildings in northern Indiana as a storm with winds sometimes topping 60 mph swept through the state.
Police seize bald eagle from Indiana man
GREENCASTLE (AP) — Police say officers seized a bald eagle from a western Indiana man who was keeping it inside a cage at his apartment.
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