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Toddler dies in Sullivan daycare fire
A 11/2-year-old girl tragically died early Tuesday morning as the result of a fire at Waterman’s Wonderland Daycare on Sullivan’s south side.
Muncie vying for share of demolition funding
Muncie is one of 11 Indiana cities, including Anderson, competing for $19.8 million to pay for tearing down vacant houses.
6 Ohio men charged in cellphone store break-ins
Prosecutors say six men charged with theft are part of two related groups suspected in a total of at least 60 cellphone store break-ins around Ohio and in Indianapolis and Louisville, Ky.
SW Indiana county finds 3,700 uncounted 2012 votes
More than 3,700 early votes cast in a southwestern Indiana county during the 2012 general election went uncounted because of an error by an electronic voting machine technician, officials said Monday.
Ind. guardsman faces federal explosives complaint
Explosive devices seized from an Indiana Guardsman who was pulled over for speeding in Ohio were capable of causing injuries and death to people nearby if they were detonated, according to a federal complaint.
- Rebuilt Indiana community center shows town's resilience A southern Indiana town devastated by deadly tornadoes in 2012 is celebrating the rededication of a building that has long been the heart of the community.
- Indiana man arrested in mother's beating death An Evansville man has been arrested on charges he beat his 69-year-old mother to death.
- Man says he was sleepwalking when he attacked 7-year-old son A state court has rejected the appeal of a man who claimed he was sleepwalking when he attempted to strangle his 7-year-old son.
2 teen suspects in Ind. killing arrested in Ohio
Extradition proceedings will begin this week against two southern Indiana teenagers arrested in Ohio in connection with the beating death of a man in his remote Lawrence County home, according to authorities.
Money offer exposed in Indiana gay marriage fight
A former Republican Party chairman's pledge to provide campaign cash to protect House members who were considering voting against a constitutional gay marriage ban offers a rare look at the private power game that plays out on tough issues at the Statehouse.
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