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Cleanup continues of former Indiana auto salvage yard

Indiana State News

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — The cleanup for a former auto salvage yard in Indiana remains unfinished a dozen years after the state first issued a notice of violation. The Star Press reports that the state Department of Environmental Management's 2006 citation alleged Harold and Herbert Holding of ...

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: April 24 in photos

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News-Sentinel.com takes a daily look back at some of the historical people and events from our archives for this day of the calendar year through the years. We hope you enjoy our gallery.

Republican candidates for U.S. Senate vie at debate in Fort Wayne

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Republican candidates for U.S. Senate shared their views on issues and threw some jabs at each other, but no one delivered any knockout punches during their debate Monday night at the Allen County Republican party's annual Lincoln Day Dinner. The dinner and debate featuring Jasper ...

Berger Dairy on St. Joseph Boulevard reports armed robbery

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A gunman robbed a Berger Dairy late Friday night, a Fort Wayne Police officer was told. At 9:54 p.m. police were called to the convenience store, 1450 St. Joseph Blvd. to investigate the armed robbery report. A man at the business when a white male wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt, a ...

Autism in education

Indiana State News

For the second year in a row, Jenn Kersey has advocated for a legislative summer study committee to look at issues focused on autism and public education. Last year, a bill passed calling for a study committee to examine autism-related programs and services, but it was never assigned to a ...

‘Real bad:’ 18 dogs removed from Indiana home

Indiana State News

ALEXANDRIA, Ind. (AP) — Eighteen dogs have been surrendered by an owner in Madison County. One dog was later euthanized. Two sheriff's deputies were checked by doctors after being exposed to awful odors Saturday at the home in Alexandria, about 60 miles northeast of Indianapolis. The dogs ...

Indiana gets another $11M to combat heroin, opioid abuse

Indiana State News

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A federal agency has awarded Indiana nearly $11 million for the second straight year to fight the state's opioid abuse crisis. The Health and Human Services funding is among $485 million recently awarded nationwide to combat heroin and opioid abuse. Indiana was awarded ...

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: April 23 in photos

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News-Sentinel.com takes a daily look back at some of the historical people and events from our archives for this day of the calendar year through the years. We hope you enjoy our gallery.

Fort Report: More on Electric Works

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Guest this week will be Josh Parker of RTM Ventures, developer of the Electric Works project. All episodes of The Fort Report premiere at 5:30 p.m. Saturday on Comcast Channel 57 and FiOS Channel 27 and later at www.news-sentinel.com. SEE PAST EPISODES OF THE FORT REPORT BY CLICKING HERE

Indiana inmates prepare greyhounds for life beyond racing

Indiana State News

GREENCASTLE, Ind. (AP) — Darren Helvey sat in the corner of the room, his concentration broken by the fidgeting of the dog at his side. The 4-year-old retired racing greyhound named Eclipse nudged at Helvey's hands with his graying, pointed snout. He rested his head in the bend of Helvey's ...

Muncie woman uses Hoosier-made craft beer to make cupcakes

Indiana State News

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Sitting discretely in the back booth of a brewery, Laura Turvey is in her element. No, she's not a food critic, but her methods kind of make her feel like one. She'll come to a brewery unannounced, equipped with a creative spark and her son's "Angry Birds" notebook to ...