WANE-TV Fort Wayne
Indiana homeowners face $1.5M dam repairs bill
A state agency says six dams on small lakes in a northern Indiana subdivision need about $1.5 million in repairs that the homeowners should pay to have completed.
Police: Peru man punched officer in the face
Court documents state the officer was on patrol last Friday when he saw 51-year-old Matt Shuey lean out his car window, flip him off and curse at him.
Curio: James Garner, Jim Rockford, and an altered matchbox car
Spot on. My first reaction after I finished watching it, was checking IMDB to see when the next one is coming.
New Peru law weakens environmental safeguards
Dozens of international groups, the United Nations , and even Peru's own citizen ombudsman are objecting to a new law that weakens environmental protections in the Andean nation even as it prepares to host international climate-control talks this year.
Outpatient Surgery Magazine
Orthopedic Surgeon from Indiana Plotted to Kill Ex-Wife
The scrub top, sweat pants, gloves and loaded .38 handgun were bagged and ready in the garage.
WLFI-TV West Lafayette
Man arrested for plotting to kill his ex-wife
Miami County Sheriff Tim Miller said Gregory Konrath, 48, called deputies on July 4 to come check on his live-in girlfriend, who he said was making suicidal statements.
U.S. 31 narcotics sweep yields 67 arrests, drugs
<![CDATA[PERU, Ind. (AP) -- Indiana State Police say a narcotics sweep along U.S. 31 in northern Indiana has resulted in 67 arrests including 21 on felony charges. Sgt. Tony Slocum says the sweep over five days last week captured LSD, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy and unknown substances that haven't been identified. All of the drugs were found during traffic stops made by state troopers and officers from five local law enforcement agencies in Cass, Fulton, Miami and Wabash counties. Slocum says U.S. 31 was chosen because of the large volume of motorists who use the highway to travel through northern Indiana. The sweep also netted five impaired drivers and 62 traffic citations.
Journal and Courier
Peru celebrates its place in circus historyPeru celebrates its place...
The fun begins in Peru, Ind., where famous circuses once spent their winters and now a youth circus performs each July.
WNDU-TV South Bend
Students Earn Honors at National History Day Contest
After months of intensive research and success at regional and affiliate level competitions, Braden Huffman, Cameron Kanczuzewski, Madelyn Kanczuzewski, Catherine Serriani and Patrice Serriani, presented their Junior Group Documentary entitled, "Heroes of the Sawdust: The Great Circus Tragedy of 1918" at the annual Kenneth E. Behring National ... (more)