Originally Posted Monday, October 22, 2012

If you read the Newsweek magazine, you'll have to sign up for their online content beginning next year. After 80 years on paper, the magazine is making a huge step by going paperless..It'll be called Newsweek Global and subs-cribers will still need to pay even though it's online.

More stories from Monday, October 22, 2012
WFRN NEWS with Yolo Lopez Perez ...
MONDAY OCTOBER 22, 2012 ...
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NATIONAL ...
The final presidential debate takes place tonight... President Barack Obama and Republican Challenge ...
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The highest court in sports has officially stripped Lance Armstrong of his 7 titles. Earlier today, ...
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FAITH ...
There's a new advertisement out there targeting you, and it's from Billy Graham. Graham is encouragi ...
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STATE/REGIONAL ...
Who should be allowed to perform wedding ceremonies? Indiana Attorneys will debate the answer to tha ...
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Indianapolis is looking at possibly prohibiting city supervisors from having romantic relationships ...
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A Japanese company is about to boost the Hoosier economy. The automotive parts supplier announced pl ...
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NORTHERN INDIANA/SOUTHWEST MI, (MICHIANA) ...
A dozen train passengers suffered minor injuries Sunday morning after a train derailed.. Amtrak offi ...
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The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is suing Allen County Schools over visits from a youth ...
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If you read the Newsweek magazine, you'll have to sign up for their online content beginning next ye ...
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In Michigan, dissabled veterans will now be available for free hunting and fishing licenses beginnin ...
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NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
Indiana Conservation Officers remind you to be careful when hunting.. They're currently looking into ...
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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight will make a big announcement later today.. a release says it's about a m ...
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New jobs are coming to Central Indiana. Anderson officials are planning an announcement for Tuesday ...
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It's official: beginning next year, Indiana University will freeze tuition for students after their ...
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SPORTS ...
Well it's no surprise-- the Notre Dame Irish remain 5th in the BCS Standings. The release says Alaba ...
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The Indiana Fever earned the big WNBA title after a win over the Minnesota Lynx in game four of the ...
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You weren't the only one watching the Colts game vs the Browns. Coach Chuck Pagano went home from th ...
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The Fighting Irish made a comeback victory over BYU on Saturday...17-14 and the Colts preserved a 17 ...
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WEATHER ...
South Bend / Elkhart / Goshen: ...
Today ... A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, near 71. Tuesday ... we could ...
Kokomo / Walton / Cass: ...
Today ... A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 75. Tues ...
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