Originally Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2012

WEST LAFAYETTE-- Purdue University has launched a national search for a new head football coach. Danny Hope was let go one day after defeating I-U and qualifying for a bowl game. The Athletic Director says attendance issues played a key role in the decision.

More stories from Tuesday, November 27, 2012
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27, 2012 ...
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NATIONAL ...
WASHINGTON-- We will soon hear the U.S Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage debates. The court w ...
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JERUSALEM-- Israel's Defense Minister is stepping down from politics. Ehud Barak announced Monday th ...
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FAITH ...
RICHMOND, VA-- A Christian college defending their religious freedom is getting a second chance. The ...
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FLORIDA-- Black Friday took an entirely different spin in South Florida. A Planned Parenthood clinic ...
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STATE/REGIONAL ...
INDIANA-- On other news, Indiana home sales, sale price, and home listings in October all increased ...
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WASHINGTON, DC-- A racial harassment lawsuit against Ball State has gone to the U-S Supreme Court. T ...
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INDIANAPOLIS-- Demolition could begin today, if not later this week, in the Richmond Hill Subdivisio ...
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NORTHERN INDIANA/SOUTHWEST MI, (MICHIANA) ...
GOSHEN-- Goshen Fire officials are now offering a $5,000 reward for information into the cause of a ...
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SOUTH BEND-- A proposal to expand a convenience store in South Bend, was put on hold Monday. At a me ...
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ELKHART- The principal at Mary Daly Elementary School in Elkhart is back at work.. Josh Nice was in ...
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WEST LAFAYETTE-- Purdue University has launched a national search for a new head football coach. Dan ...
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SOUTH BEND-- If you ever wanted to travel to Cuba, here's your chance. Edgerton's Travel Company of ...
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NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
KOKOMO-- The Kokomo Common Council has approved the latest planned annexation along the new U.S. 31 ...
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TERRE HAUTE-- Its the largest outbreak of chicken pox in the country. Close to 85 cases of chicken ...
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WHITLEY-- A hunter was hunted. Conservation officers caught 29 year old Charles Norris for having an ...
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Car collisions with deer always jump this time of year.. State police say to keep an eye out because ...
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SPORTS ...
INDIANAPOLIS-- Two Colts cheerleaders got their heads shaved during Sundays game against the Bills. ...
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WEATHER ...
South Bend / Elkhart / Goshen: ...
Today ... Partly sunny near 36. Wednesday ... more sunshine with a high around 42. And Thursday ... ...
Kokomo / Walton / Cass: ...
Today ... Mostly sunny, with a high near 37. Wednesday ... Sunny, with a high near 43. Thursday ... ...
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ELECTION RESULTS ...
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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