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ISP Unveil New Electronic Firearms Application Process

Indiana State Police today unveiled a new electronic firearms application process that will begin on October 1st.  The new process will remove the paper application and after October 1st only electronic applications will be accepted.  Persons already holding a firearms permit, or those obtaining a firearms permit after October 1st, will also be able to […]

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Woman Killed After Being Struck by Vehicle in Gary

A Gary woman was killed as a result of being struck by a vehicle early Wednesday morning.  The Lake County Coroner’s Office reports their team was dispatched to the scene at 1am.  Officials report 29 year old Robin Randolph died due to blunt force trauma and was pronounced at 1:45 am. The Times reports Randolph […]


Felony Charges Sought for Mother Accused of Using Excessive Discipline Against Child at Walmart

A review of charges for felony battery and disorderly conduct has been forwarded to the LaPorte County Prosecutor’s Office against a Kingsford Heights woman.  LaPorte Police report several witnesses reported the 23 year old woman allegedly used excessive force when disciplining her five year old daughter Wednesday evening at Walmart in LaPorte.  Police report they […]

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Portion of Sycamore Ave in Highland Closed Friday

In Highland, police are advising motorists that Sycamore Avenue, north of Grand Boulevard, will be closed tomorrow. Police report the closure is necessary so crews can make repairs to the roadway. The closure will be in effect from 8:30am-to-2:30pm.


Obama Wants National Plan to Create Better Antibiotics and Discourage Misuse

President Obama has taken executive action to fight antibiotic resistant super bugs. He wants a national plan by February to create better drugs and discourage people from misusing them. ABC News reports using antibiotics when you don’t need them, makes the harmful bacteria stronger.  Soon the drugs no longer work and creating better drugs isn’t […]


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New York Daily News2 dead in ultralight plane crash near BloomingtonNews DispatchBLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — An ultralight plane approaching an airport crashed and burned Thursday in a wooded area just west of Bloomington, killing two people aboard, authorities said. Indiana State Police Sgt. Joe Wa...[read more]

Who earns $15 per hour in Indiana?Indianapolis StarWith 8,860 drivers, operating an industrial truck and tractor was the most popular job in Central Indiana in May 2013 for workers earning $15-$15.75 per hour. (Photo: Fuse Getty Images/Fuse). HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKERS: $15.34. 480761197.[read more]

Indianapolis StarIndiana State University reports second threatIndianapolis StarIndiana State University issued a crime alert Thursday morning regarding a message on a blog. Access to university residence halls is being restricted to students only as a result. Instagram | @jamieturpin. Because I ...[read more]

Indiana University Honors Ukraine Crash VictimABC NewsIndiana University presented a posthumous degree to the family of a Dutch doctoral student who was among those killed when a passenger jet was shot down over eastern Ukraine this summer. Karlijn Keijzer's parents, sister and brother traveled f...[read more]

Kansas City StarIndiana at Missouri: Hoosier backfield could have a huge day if Tiger line ...Rock M Nation (blog)The Indiana team that takes the field in Columbia on Saturday will be pretty similar to the one that Mizzou fans saw last September in Bloomington, both in terms of personnel and styl...[read more]

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USA TODAYChristie picks Democrat for cabinet seatPhilly.comTRENTON - Gov. Christie on Thursday announced his selection of a veteran Democratic lobbyist and member of former Gov. Jim McGreevey's administration to lead the state Department of Transportation. Naming Jamie Fox as his choice for trans...[read more]

NBCNews.comRoads reopen after shut in hunt for ambush suspectChron.comTiffany Dickson places a rose on her husband Pennsylvania State Trooper Cpl. Bryon Dickson casket during a funeral service on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 at the Dunmore Cemetery in Dunmore, Pa. Dickson was killed on Friday night i...[read more]

USA TODAYPhoenix airport starting to reopen after police manhuntUSA TODAYPHOENIX — Sky Harbor International Airport's busy Terminal 4 started reopening Thursday evening and flights resumed after a lengthy lockdown over a manhunt, police said. The search followed a shooting earlier in the day at a...[read more]

NBCNews.comMan Kills Daughter and Her Six Children in Florida Murder-SuicideNBCNews.comEight people, including six children, were killed Thursday in a small town outside Gainesville, Florida, police said. The shooter, identified as Don Spirit, 51, was the father of an adult woman who was killed a...[read more]

Fox NewsKansas must remove Dem candidate from Senate ballot, state court rulesFox NewsThe Kansas Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that the state must remove the name of the Democratic candidate running against Republican Sen. Pat Roberts from the November ballot, adding another twist to a...[read more]