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Bayh expects no quick end to Clinton-Obama race

Posted: 02/11/2008 - Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh says the race for his party's presidential nomination is likely to be close through Indiana's May primary as he doesn't expect Hillary Rodham Clinton or Barack Obama to open much of a lead.

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Purdue receives $2.5 million gift

Posted: 02/11/2008 - Peter and Sally Kay of Cincinnati will donate two million dollars for the cancer research endowment and $500,000 to the university's mentorship and scholarship program called Science Bound.

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State to crack down on some graduation waivers

Updated: 02/11/2008 - The Indiana Department of Education says it could revoke state accreditation for high schools that abuse waivers allowing students to graduate without passing a state exam.

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Debate over expanded gambling never-ending in Legislature

Posted: 02/11/2008 - The focus this year is on a bill that would allow bars and taverns to offer pull tabs and other low-stakes, paper gambling. Supporters say many bars and taverns in Indiana are suffering, and allowing them to offer some non-electronic gambling games will help them compete for customers.

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Gary officer shoots man fleeing in car

Posted: 02/11/2008 - Police say that as Patrolman Terry Peck approached the car early Sunday morning, the driver stepped on the gas, causing the car to fishtail and strike Peck in the leg. Peck fired three shots, striking the driver in the neck and chest.

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Feds: Man's guilty plea reveals two-state auto theft ring

Posted: 02/11/2008 - Federal authorities say a man who pleaded guilty to transporting stolen cars is helping authorities expose a multimillion-dollar auto-theft ring involving hundreds of victims across Indiana and Illinois.

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Pence says he's humbled by VP talk on likely McCain ticket

Posted: 02/11/2008 - Pence is one of five conservatives that Pat Toomey, a former Republican congressman from Pennsylvania, named in an opinion column in The Wall Street Journal as good fits to share a ticket with the likely GOP nominee.

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Cleaning up from flood damage

Updated: 02/09/2008 - In the wake of severe flooding across Indiana, the Red Cross has released information about cleaning up from floods as well as recognizing dangerous mold.

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Feds: Man's guilty plea reveals two-state auto theft ring

Posted: 02/09/2008 - Federal authorities say a man who pleaded guilty to transporting stolen cars is helping authorities expose a multimillion-dollar auto-theft ring involving hundreds of victims across Indiana and Illinois.

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Town thrashed by tornado has no siren warning system

Posted: 02/08/2008 - The tornado caused an estimated 1.3 million damage to the town about 40 miles southeast of Terre Haute. About a dozen homes were heavily damaged or destroyed, but no one was injured.

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Man dies in crash at Indy indoor go-kart track

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Indianapolis police spokesman Sgt. Paul Thompson says the man apparently lost control of the vehicle and struck a rail or a wall. Police say he was wearing a helmet and appeared to have been wearing seat restraints when he crashed.

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High school coach arrested on child pornography charge

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Court documents say investigators found eight pornographic videos involving children on a hard drive in Hindson's apartment in Carmel. A North Carolina woman who bought an Apple iMac from Hindson also found on that computer a video of a teenage girl changing in a locker room.

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Endangered monkey born at Evansville zoo

Posted: 02/08/2008 - Evansville's Mesker Park Zoo is celebrating the birth of an endangered species of monkey. Zoo director Dan McGinn says the female Francois langur monkey was born Saturday.

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Rivers start receding in flooded areas

Posted: 02/08/2008 - The Tippecanoe River is down nearly two feet from the major flood stage of 15 feet about 20 miles north of Lafayette. The same stretch of river saw major flooding last month.

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State senator, soldier investigated over uniform

Posted: 02/08/2008 - Military policy prohibits military personnel from performing political activities while in uniform or on military duty. But Lieutenant Colonel Ray Mejia was wearing his uniform when he spoke at a Statehouse news conference while testifying for an immigration bill.

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Fishers principal resigns amid drunken driving charge

Posted: 02/07/2008 - A high school principal who was driven home by a police officer who stopped him on suspicion of drunken driving has resigned. The Hamilton Southeastern School Board voted 7-0 Thursday to accept the resignation of Fishers High School Principal Scott Syverson.

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Moonshine stills to be displayed at museum on Saturday

Updated: 05/13/2013 - The stills are part of a special event, called Memories, Merriment and Moonshine, on Saturday evening. The museum also will unveil a permanent exhibit, called The Stills of Dubois County, at a 1929-themed party Saturday.

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No winners in Powerball, Hoosier Lotto

Posted: 02/07/2008 - None of the tickets sold for Wednesday's Hoosier Lotto game matched all six numbers drawn, so the jackpot grows to an estimated 11 million dollars for Saturday's drawing.

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