Originally Posted Tuesday, December 04, 2012

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL

More stories from Tuesday, December 04, 2012
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• NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ...
• WASHINGTON, D.C-- The White House warned the Syrian government to becareful in a decision to use che ...
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• U.N-- Using the internet could soon come at a price. At a United Nations communications conference t ...
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• Obamacare is making its way to Walmart. New part-time employees will no longer be eligible for the c ...
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• FAITH ...
• MASSACHUSETTS-- $20 million dollars for a 1640 Psalm book..A historic church in Boston Massachusetts ...
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• INDIANAPOLIS-- A federal judge rejected an Indianapolis atheist group‘s bid for the right to perform ...
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• WASHINGTON D.C.-- An effort to reduce nuclear weapons is getting him an award. Senator Dick Lugar wi ...
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• INDIANAPOLIS-- The man about to leave as state School Superintendent in Indiana will seek his next j ...
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• NORTHERN INDIANA/SOUTHWEST MI, (MICHIANA) ...
• MISHAWAKA-- If you live in Mishawaka, finding your city council representative might become easier i ...
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• NILES--- James Ringler's tenure as Niles Township treasurer will continue another four years. The st ...
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• ELKHART-– It could end up in 23 new jobs.. The Conn-Selmer company, is a musical instrument maker in ...
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• SOUTH BEND-- You'll soon hear the name of the new South Bend police chief. The mayor's office update ...
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• MICHIGAN-- Flags are at half-staff in Lansing Michigan. Governor Rick Snyder has ordered that U.S. f ...
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• NORTHCENTRAL INDIANA ...
• KOKOMO-- A classic Kokomo built automobile is returning to the city. A New Hampshire vehicle collect ...
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• LEBANON-- The city of Lebanon joined two other communities attempting to annex land in Boone County ...
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• HOWARD-- Kokomo's YMCA was surprised with an expensive gift on Monday. The Howard County commissione ...
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• GREENSBURG-- The victims of the plane crash in Greensburg have been identified. 46-year old Donald H ...
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• ELWOOD-- Elwood officials brought in federal and state experts Monday to help investigate a large fa ...
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• BLOOMINGTON-- It's a controversial plan but officials have given the intial greenlight. The Blooming ...
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• SPORTS ...
• SOUTH BEND-- Award after an award...Notre Dame's linebacker is officially a Heisman finalist. Manti ...
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• WEATHER ...
• South Bend / Elkhart / Goshen: ...
• Today ... Showers, mainly before 7am. Temperature falling to around 49..Wednesday ... Mostly sunny, ...
• Kokomo / Walton / Cass: ...
• Today ... Showers, mainly before 1pm. Temperature falling to around 53. Wednesday ... Sunny, with a ...
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