Originally Posted Monday, November 19, 2012

Representing Indiana's 5th district is Republican Susan Brooks. She had 58% of the votes while Democrat Scott Resk had 38%. Brooks says she plans to make the federal deficit a big priority to restoring faith in Congress.

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MONDAY NOVEMBER 19, 2012 ...
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NATIONAL ...
NEW ORLEANS-- New Orleans officials are looking for a missing worker after last week's oil platform ...
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COLORADO-- Genetically modified ingredients continue..heres a new one: Pepperidge Farm has been sue ...
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FAITH ...
WASHINGTON-- Tyndale House Publishers is celebrating a victory. A federal court ruled on Friday in f ...
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STATE/REGIONAL ...
INDIANA-- Indiana lawmakers are bracing for the implications of the federal health care law. So far, ...
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INDIANAPOLIS-- The couple who lost their lives in the Indy home explosion, were laid to rest Sunday. ...
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INDIANAPOLIS-- Twinkie lovers, you can relax. The Associated Press reports that the spongecakes are ...
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FORT WAYNE-- Hundreds of Hoosiers paid their respects to a Fort Wayne firefighter who died in the li ...
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NORTHERN INDIANA/SOUTHWEST MI, (MICHIANA) ...
LAPORTE-- A former LaPorte High School volleyball coach will go on trial on misdemeanor charges. Mar ...
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ELKHART-- An explosion rocked an Elkhart oil facility Friday afternoon. Elkhart fire officials say a ...
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ELKHART-- A group of Concord High School students sacrificed sleep on Saturday to raise money for R ...
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MICHIGAN-- You'll be seeing the St. Joseph North Pier Lighthouse on a big magazine. A photo of the l ...
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NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
CARMEL-- The Carmel City Council will vote tonight on the fiscal cliff bailout of the Carmel Redevel ...
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LOGANSPORT-- Logansport school officials are a bit upset. Superintendent of the Logansport School Co ...
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HOWARD-- Kids with special needs will now be able to attend preschool in Howard County for free. The ...
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SPORTS ...
You heard it on Sunday. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are now number 1. The Irish improved to 11-0 f ...
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The Patriots blew out the Colts on Sunday with a final score of 59-24. And the Baltimore Ravens defe ...
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WEATHER ...
South Bend / Elkhart / Goshen: ...
Today ... Partly sunny, with a high near 56. Tuesday ... A slight chance of showers near 55. And Wed ...
Kokomo / Walton / Cass: ...
Today ... Partly sunny, with a high near 57. Tuesday ... Mostly cloudy, with a high near 56. Wednesd ...
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NATIONAL SIGNING DAY FOR COLLEGE SPORTS ...
Here are the in-state boys basketball commitments to Division I colleges: ...
PLAYER: V.J. Beachem HIGH SCHOOL: New Haven COLLEGE: Notre Dame ...
PLAYER: Jaylon Brown HIGH SCHOOL:Fishers COLLEGE: Evansville ...
PLAYER: Brock Cosey HIGH SCHOOL:South Bend Riley COLLEGE: Chicago State ...
PLAYER: Mike Crawford HIGH SCHOOL:Tipton COLLEGE: Saint Louis ...
PLAYER: Nick Davidson HIGH SCHOOL:Andrean COLLEGE: Valparaiso ...
PLAYER: Devin Davis HIGH SCHOOL:Warren Central COLLEGE: Indiana ...
PLAYER: Alex Etherington HIGH SCHOOL:Hamilton Heights COLLEGE: Kansas State ...
PLAYER: Mo Evans HIGH SCHOOL: Cathedral COLLEGE: IPFW ...
PLAYER: Collin Hartman HIGH SCHOOL: Cathedral COLLEGE: Indiana ...
PLAYER: Franko House HIGH SCHOOL: Concord COLLEGE: Ball State ...
PLAYER: Zak Irvin HIGH SCHOOL: Hamilton COLLEGE: South Michigan ...
PLAYER: Demetrius Jackson HIGH SCHOOL: Mishawaka Marian COLLEGE: Notre Dame ...
PLAYER: Markese McGuire HIGH SCHOOL: Elkhart Memorial COLLEGE: Illinois-Chicago ...
PLAYER: Cole Murray HIGH SCHOOL: Delphi COLLEGE: Northern Kentucky ...
PLAYER: Jordan Pickett HIGH SCHOOL: Pike COLLEGE: Loyola-Chicago ...
PLAYER: Jake Raspopovich HIGH SCHOOL: Merrillville COLLEGE: Texas Pan-American ...
PLAYER: Mike Schlotman HIGH SCHOOL: Munster COLLEGE: William & Mary ...
PLAYER: Brenton Scott HIGH SCHOOL: Fort Wayne NorthropCOLLEGE:Indiana State ...
PLAYER: Bryson Scott HIGH SCHOOL: Fort Wayne NorthropCOLLEGE:Purdue ...
PLAYER: Blake Simmons HIGH SCHOOL: Castle COLLEGE:Evansville ...
PLAYER: Basil Smotherman HIGH SCHOOL: Lawrence North COLLEGE: Purdue ...
PLAYER: Justus Stanback HIGH SCHOOL: West Lafayette COLLEGE: IUPUI ...
PLAYER: Leo Svete HIGH SCHOOL:Penn COLLEGE: Western Michigan ...
PLAYER: Trevor Thompson HIGH SCHOOL: Ben Davis COLLEGE: Virginia Tech ...
PLAYER: Austin Torres HIGH SCHOOL: Penn COLLEGE: Notre Dame ...
PLAYER: Zavier Turner HIGH SCHOOL: Pike COLLEGE: Ball State ...
PLAYER: Tony Wills HIGH SCHOOL: Ben Davis COLLEGE: Illinois State ...
PLAYER: Clay Yeo HIGH SCHOOL: Triton COLLEGE: Valparaiso ...
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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 ...
The battle for U-S Senate is over in Indiana. Democratic Joe Donnelly won about 49% of votes over Re ...
INDIANA GOVERNOR: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN MIKE PENCE ...
Taking the governor's seat is Republican Mike Pence. He defeated Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian ...
ATTORNEY GENERAL: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN GREG ZOELLER ...
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller will be back in office next year for his second term. Zoeller ...
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SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: ...
VICTORY: DEMOCRAT GLENDA RITZ ...
Tony Bennett is no longer the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Democrat Glenda Ritz pulled out ...
U.S REPRESENTATIVE- CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN JACKIE WALORSKI ...
Jackie Walorski claimed Joe Donnelly's seat in Indiana's second district. Walorski gained 49% of the ...
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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1: ...
VICTORY: DEMOCRAT PETE VISCLOSKY ...
Representing Indiana's 1st congressional district is Democrat Pete Visclosky. The Democrat defeated ...
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 3: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN MARLIN STUTZMAN ...
Republican Marlin Stutzman will return to congress. Stutzman easily defeated his opponent- Democrat ...
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN TODD ROKITA ...
Todd Rokita is also returning to congress. The Republican incumbent defeated Democrat Tara Nelson an ...
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 5: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN SUSAN BROOKS ...
Representing Indiana's 5th district is Republican Susan Brooks. She had 58% of the votes while Democ ...
MICHIGAN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6: ...
VICTORY: REPUBLICAN FRED UPTON ...
Republican Fred Upton is going for a 14th term in congress. The republican representing Michigan's 6 ...
OVERVIEW: ...
Republicans held on to their House majority, leaving Democrats pretty short of the gain of 25 seats ...
Same-sex marriage is set to become legal in Maine, Minnesota and Maryland. Washington also voted on ...
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