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- Military to restore equipment program for fire departments An agreement has been reached to keep surplus military equipment rolling into rural fire department bays.
Indianapolis closing nightlife street on weekends
Indianapolis officials will close the main street through a nightlife district to motor vehicles on Friday and Saturday nights to reduce violence there.
Physician assistants’ licenses on probation
The state licenses of two former Anderson physician assistants were placed on probationary status Thursday after they acknowledged they used prescription pads pre-signed by their supervisor at the Madison County Community Health Center.
Public can vote for Indiana State Fair singers
The public now can vote for their favorite among 78 young singers from around Indiana who are vying to perform at the Indiana State Fair.
- Commission turns in ‘wish list’ for road, bridge work A panel of public and private officials is calling for $10 billion in projects to upgrade the state’s aging roads and bridges, but its members concede there’s no money to pay for it all.
Military stops giving leftover equipment to rural firefighters
A government program that sent spare military trucks, tankers and other vehicles to rural fire departments throughout Indiana has dried up, potentially putting small towns and county governments on the hook for expensive, new equipment.
- Police say they're keeping eye on anarchist group A West Lafayette police detective says he's watching an anarchist social networking group calling itself the "765 movement" started after a Pine Village man was arrested.
- Crews searching South Bend river for woman Emergency crews have been searching the St. Joseph River in downtown South Bend for a 25-year-old woman who was reportedly swept away.
Indianapolis officer had been honored for bravery
An officer killed in a gun battle with a man armed with an assault rifle had been honored for his bravery and his work, Indianapolis police said Sunday.
Swindled Indianapolis church fights for survival
An Indianapolis church that was swindled out of $400,000 intended to help the congregation rebuild after a fire instead is fighting for its survival.
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