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Originally Posted Wednesday, October 31, 2012

TEXAS-- More big companies are laying off employees. Texas giant Navistar International Company is going to let go about 900 workers. Navistar says the truck plant is closing at the beginning of 20-13 because production will be moving to the company's plants in Mexico and Ohio.

More stories from Wednesday, October 31, 2012
WFRN NEWS with Yolo Lopez Perez ...
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 2012 ...
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NATIONAL ...
NEW YORK-- The East Coast is slowly starting to recover. Hurricane Sandy caused power outages in mor ...
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TEXAS-- More big companies are laying off employees. Texas giant Navistar International Company is g ...
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FAITH ...
GEORGIA-- Pastor Creflo Dollar is encouraging Georgia church members to help pay the bills for the f ...
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WASHINGTON-- Their goal is to show that Obama strongly supports abortion. Pro-life political leaders ...
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STATE/REGIONAL ...
STATEHOUSE-- The Indiana Education Department has released the school grades. The report shows that ...
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INDIANA-- Drive extra careful tonight through your neighborhood. Indiana law officers say sometimes ...
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NORTHERN INDIANA/SOUTHWEST MI, (MICHIANA) ...
SOUTH BEND-- Democrat Brendan Mullen and Republican Jackie Walorski shared their views on key issues ...
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MICHIGAN-- The high winds left about 150 thousand Michigan residents without power on Tuesday. Forec ...
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SOUTH BEND-- The University of Notre Dame is proposing to close Douglas road through campus and move ...
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ANDERSON-- Anderson officials balanced the city budget Tuesday..but that meant eliminating 17 positi ...
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MICHIGAN-- Lake Michigan will continue to get a taste of Hurricane Sandy.. The high winds caused the ...
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NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
STATEHOUSE-- The Indiana Education Department has released the school grades. The report shows that ...
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LOGANSPORT-- A historical wedding dress and other important pieces were stolen from Logansport's Col ...
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INDIANAPOLIS-- The Indiana Court of Appeals is saying no to the coal gasification deal that could l ...
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SPORTS ...
INDIANA-- It may not be that noticeable to you, but to them, it is. The NC double A agreed that coll ...
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WEATHER ...
South Bend / Elkhart / Goshen: ...
Today ... Showers are likely. Cloudy, with a high near 44. Thursday ... A chance of more showers in ...
Kokomo / Walton / Cass: ...
Today ... Showers likely, mainly before 8am. Cloudy, with a high near 44. Thursday ... Mostly sunny, ...
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Both of the Elkhart County Political Parties are still in need of poll workers. ...
Contact: ...
Republican Party ...
Dale Stickel dalestickel@gmail.com 574-522-7555 ...
Shirley Snyder tsnyder110@aol.com 238-5657 ...
Democratic Party ...
Shari Mellin skmellin@comcast.net 574-262-4213 ...
Joe Williams jaypuu57@yahoo.com 574-574-9440 ...
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