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Originally Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012

LOGANSPORT-- If you live in the Logansport area, city officials are encouraging you to keep an eye out for any suspicious behavior. Logansport police say there's been a high number of thefts. Incidents range from stolen items in homes, garages, and businesses.

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NATIONAL ...
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INDIANAPOLIS-- Governor Daniels says it's all about faith. The governor told Christians at a Seminar ...
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NOBLE-- A large fire destroyed a lumber building in Rome City, near Noble County. Fire officials say ...
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DONALDSON-- Know someone who has never been to college? Ancilla College is offering a free college c ...
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NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
LOGANSPORT-- If you live in the Logansport area, city officials are encouraging you to keep an eye o ...
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LEBANON- A former Lebanon city employee is being accused of stealing more than $35,000 in gun permit ...
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KOKOMO-- Know of young adults who didn't finish high school? The Department of Education has accepte ...
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MONTPELIER-- An Indiana astronaut went on his way to the International Space Station on Tuesday. Kev ...
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SPORTS ...
INDIANA FEVER-- The parade was rained out, but the Indiana Fever partied anyway, celebrating their f ...
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Pacers 100 - Cleveland Cavaliers 82 ...
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WEATHER ...
South Bend / Elkhart / Goshen: ...
Today ... Partly sunny, with a high near 78. Thursday ... more sunshine, near 78 as well. And Friday ...
Kokomo / Walton / Cass: ...
Today ... Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 79. Thursday ... Sunny, wit ...
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