Tuesday Aug 26
Surgeon accused of plotting to kill wife to stay behind bars
A Miami County doctor accused of plotting to kill his ex-wife will stay behind bars after prosecutors present new evidence in the case.
Peru wants Municipal Power Agency's 4th solar farm
The utility plans to construct a 1-megawatt solar farm in a community where it provides electricity, said Jim Tidd, executive director of the Miami County Economic Development Authority.
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Brian Howey: Cities and Indiana's futureBrian Howey: Cities and...
Brian Howey: Cities and Indiana's future Who will be the economic drivers of Indiana? Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1oZZ4dv The story of Indiana's economic future starts in a two-mile radius of Indianapolis' Monument Circle and spreads out from there.
Restored miniature train brings past back to life
Sometimes, a cool toy is more than just a cool toy. Sometimes a cool toy brings generations together and ties the present to the past.
Tippecanoe County late summer swim venues, part 1
With the schools back in session, most of the local aquatic centers are closed for the season.
WNDU-TV South Bend
Moving violation leads Marshall Co. police to man with active warrant
On Thursday, August 14, at approximately 1:07 a.m., an officer with the Marshall County Police Dept.
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Konrath rearrested, faces new charges
Konrath rearrested, faces new charges Former Lafayette doctor was rearrested Wednesday on three counts of invasion of privacy Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/VmZL3v A former Lafayette orthopedic surgeon accused of plotting to kill his ex-wife was rearrested Wednesday in Miami County after being released on bond.
Rep. Walorski set to hold forum to talk VA issues
The event will cap off a series of veterans-related activities on Monday and Tuesday planned by Walorski, a member of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee.