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RV company's new owner plan to close Indiana plant
WAKARUSA, Ind. (AP) — The new owner of Monaco RV plans to shut down a 520-worker northern Indiana factory and shift its production work to another Indiana plant.
IU Health removing sugary drinks from hospitals
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A major Indiana hospital system is starting to remove all sugary drinks from cafeterias, vending machines and gift shops.
2nd-grader left at Anderson school calls for help
ANDERSON (AP) — A second-grader says he woke up alone inside his central Indiana elementary school hours after dismissal and called 911 for help.
Indiana wind farm creates bat-protection plans
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The operators of Indiana's largest wind farm are proposing changing the nighttime operations of the farm's 300-plus wind turbines to protect endangered Indiana bats from being killed by the turbines' spinning blades.
NW Indiana man, 86, dies after setting self on fire
LOWELL, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say an 86-year-old man from northwestern Indiana died after setting himself on fire while smoking a pipe.
Sheriff: Meth found at Indiana home where 4 slain
WAYNESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Residents of a small Indiana town are taking steps to protect themselves after a vicious weekend killing that left four people dead in what authorities said was a drug-related crime.
Purdue seeks infants for child autism study
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) — Purdue University scientists studying how autism develops in young children are seeking the infant siblings of autistic youngsters for a new study of the mysterious disorder.
South Bend man gets 90 years in girlfriend's death
SOUTH BEND (AP) — A judge has sentenced a northern Indiana man to 90 years in prison on murder and other charges from the shooting death of his girlfriend.
Indiana blueberry farmer killed working on equipment
LAPAZ, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say a northern Indiana farmer was fatally injured after his clothing became caught in irrigation equipment.
Police remain at home where 4 fatally shot
WAYNESVILLE (AP) — Police have remained at the southern Indiana home where four people were found shot to death over the weekend.
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