Originally Posted Friday, November 09, 2012

WASHINGTON-- Republicans in Congress and House Speaker will consider changes to immigration laws next year. The White House says their primary goal is still averting the fiscal cliff, but once that's done, they will work on the immigration overhaul.

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• DUGGER, IN-- A 26-foot cross that reads "Jesus Saves" won't be going anywhere anymore. The same fami ...
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• INDIANA-- Indiana could join California and Washington in decrimilizing marijuana. State Senator Kar ...
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• BLOOMINGTON-- The family of the missing IU student Lauren Spierer, still has hope she's out there so ...
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• NORTHERN INDIANA/SOUTHWEST MI, (MICHIANA) ...
• GOSHEN-- They're fighting to keep their jobs from moving to Mexico. Workers of Goshen's Cequent Perf ...
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• BERRIEN-- The Berrien County Road Commission is trying to figure out how it's going to fix roads aft ...
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• CROWN POINT-- An Ohio-based company will move its operations from Gary to Crown Point. Kiemle-Hankin ...
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• SOUTH BEND-- Indiana‘s latest death linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak occurred in St. Joseph Co ...
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• NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
• PERU-- Peru High School students and staff returned to classes today after being dismissed Thursday ...
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• WEST LAFAYETTE-- Five Lafayette teens are in custody in connection with three robberies on the Purdu ...
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• ELECTION RESULTS ...
• VICTORY: PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA ...
• An Ohio victory allowed President Obama to get re-elected. Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Winsconsin we ...
• U.S SENATOR: ...
• VICTORY: DEMOCRAT JOE DONNELLY ...
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• INDIANA GOVERNOR: ...
• VICTORY: REPUBLICAN MIKE PENCE ...
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• VICTORY: REPUBLICAN GREG ZOELLER ...
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• VICTORY: DEMOCRAT GLENDA RITZ ...
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• VICTORY: REPUBLICAN JACKIE WALORSKI ...
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• CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1: ...
• VICTORY: DEMOCRAT PETE VISCLOSKY ...
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