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Group hopes donations can replace stolen goods

Posted: 09/28/2009 - A Monroe County group is seeking food and household donations to replace stolen goods that were to be given to families still affected by 2008 storms.

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Indiana woman to appeal same-sex divorce denial

Posted: 09/27/2009 - An attorney for an Indiana woman who entered into a same-sex marriage in Canada says she plans to appeal a court's refusal to grant the couple a divorce.

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Anderson University gets children's book donation

Posted: 09/27/2009 - An Anderson University alumna is donating thousands of volumes of classic children's books to the school to create one of the most prestigious children's literature collections in the Midwest.

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Stimulus money speeding Indiana plant cleanup

Posted: 09/26/2009 - Federal stimulus money is helping speed up work to bury lead- and arsenic-contaminated waste as part of the cleanup at a former steel plant in Kokomo.

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GOP legislator to formally start US Senate bid

Posted: 09/26/2009 - Freshman Indiana state Sen. Marlin Stutzman is set to formally announce that he's seeking the Republican nomination next year for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Evan Bayh.

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FSSA chief admits to privatized welfare problems

Posted: 09/26/2009 - Indiana's human services chief has acknowledged one of the biggest criticisms of Indiana's privatized welfare system during an appearance before the State Budget Committee.

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Stimulus money speeding Indiana plant cleanup

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Federal stimulus money is helping speed up work to bury lead- and arsenic-contaminated waste as part of the cleanup at a former steel plant in Kokomo.

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School bus hits power lines in Indianapolis

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Indianapolis police say a school bus struck low-hanging electrical lines, breaking its windshield and forcing students to stay on board until the power could be shut off.

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Purdue food scraps now generating power

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Purdue University students who pile too much food on their trays at Purdue's dining courts are helping the city of West Lafayette generate extra power.

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