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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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State Budget Committee takes up welfare issues

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Indiana lawmakers are set to begin a review of efforts by the Family and Social Services administration and IBM Corp. to fix problems with the state's privatized welfare system.

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"Limberlost" author to receive posthumous honor

Posted: 09/24/2009 - One of Indiana's earliest environmentalists -- 20th century writer Gene Stratton-Porter -- is set to be inducted into the Indiana Conservation Hall of Fame.

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Trial to determine if judge can mandate raises

Posted: 09/24/2009 - A trial this week in South Bend will determine whether a local judge has the authority to mandate raises for some court employees and improvements at a juvenile detention center.

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Ind. 'Zachary's Law' killer getting life sentence

Posted: 09/23/2009 - A child molester who strangled a 10-year-old boy, leading to the Indiana sex offender registry law, will be resentenced to life in prison without parole after his death sentence was overturned.

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Toddler found in Indianapolis swimming pool, dies

Posted: 09/22/2009 - Police spokesman Lt. Jeff Duhamell says officers were called to Horizon Apartments on the city's southwest side about 4 p.m. Tuesday after the boy was found unconscious in the water.

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Event organizer takes terror alerts in stride

Posted: 09/22/2009 - Counterterrorism officials issued security bulletins Tuesday about terrorist interest in attacking sports stadiums, entertainment complexes and hotels.

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Purdue limiting audience for ex-radical Ayers

Posted: 09/22/2009 - Fewer than 100 seats will be available to invited faculty members and students for Thursday night's lecture by Ayers, who is now an education professor at the University of Illinois-Chicago.

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Jane Pauley to attend ceremony at Indy clinic

Posted: 09/22/2009 - Former television journalist Jane Pauley will visit her former hometown of Indianapolis this week to celebrate the opening of a medical clinic named after her.

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Infant formula maker plans added Evansville line

Posted: 09/22/2009 - Mead Johnson Nutrition plans to spend nearly $33 million at a southwestern Indiana facility where it plans to start making powdered infant formula products.

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Indiana officials argue two shouldn't leave hospital

Posted: 09/21/2009 - The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana argues in a lawsuit that Steven Thomas of Indianapolis and Derrick Dausman of Kosciusko County may never be fit for trial and they don't belong in Logansport State Hospital.

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