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After the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks that killed more than 3,000 Americans, the United States responded with an array of security upgrades that we... [Read More]
Elkhart County candidates who missed deadlines for campaign finance work were cited and issued fines Thursday by the county election board. Most of those fines... [Read More]
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In the classic, colorful "Mary Poppins," Bert, the chimney sweep, brings whimsical chalk drawings to life, blurring the lines between the rainy streets of London... [Read More]
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Romanesco has been described as an alien vegetable or a fractal from geometry class... [Read More]
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Back in the late 1990s, only a handful of businesses had an online presence, so digital marketing wasn't very competitive. But it's a completely different... [Read More]
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When the teens at the Middlebury Boys & Girls Club arrived after school Thursday, they were greeted with a bright, shiny new room. Outfitted with... [Read More]
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Romanesco has been described as an alien vegetable or a fractal from geometry class. It's a bright yellow-green in color and looks like a bunch... [Read More]
With the federal budget on track to hit deficits of $1 trillion a year, President Trump's long-awaited $1.5 trillion infrastructure proposal was finally released. [Read More]
Parkland High School senior Emma Gonzalez revved up the crowd at a rally just days after a teenager's reign of terror. [Read More]
With a long week in the rear view, let us take a moment to thank the men and women who worked tirelessly to support and... [Read More]
We oppose Indiana House Bill 1319, which opens doors for lending practices that are unjust and which take unfair advantage of people in desperate circumstances. [Read More]
After special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russians for undermining the integrity of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump tweeted: "If it was the GOAL... [Read More]
NEW EDEN CARE CENTER... [Read More]
Josh Parker, the developer and driving force behind the proposed Electric Works project, isn't downplaying the tremendous challenge of securing $214 m ... [Read More]
Fort Wayne will get several kinds of innovative housing as a result of winning nearly $5 million in tax credits for new rental projects. ... [Read More]
A Fort Wayne man has rejected an offer by the city to settle a nearly 2-year-old excessive force lawsuit he filed in federal court against... [Read More]
Cedarville students enjoy Dr. Seuss-filled day ... [Read More]
Dancing to embrace diversity ... [Read More]
Big check, mate ... [Read More]
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