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- Congress targets fed workers' pensions for savings WASHINGTON (AP) — Top lawmakers have found easy prey in their hunt for savings for Congress' budget deal: Federal workers' retirement programs, which are notably generous compared to the norm in private industry. Most federal civilian employees hire
- SC town donates 4 police cruisers to Indiana town KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. (AP) — A small Indiana town whose police chief elected to be shot with a stun gun to help raise money for a new police cruiser suddenly has more than enough squad cars to go around. Knightstown Police Chief Danny Baker and three dr
- Plan for school shelters thwarted by Okla. tax cut OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — After a huge tornado ripped through the Oklahoma City suburbs this spring and demolished two elementary schools, killing seven children, a longtime legislator thought the time was ripe for the state to act on a well-known problem
- FBI disrupts shootings through interventions WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI says it has helped to disrupt or prevent nearly 150 shootings and violent attacks this year, in part by steering potential gunmen toward mental health professionals. It's an achievement that stands out during a year when Pre
- Students use 3-D printer to fix classmate's walker GOSHEN, Ind. (AP) — Two northern Indiana high school students who used their ingenuity and their school's 3-D printer to fix a classmate's problematic walker say they hope to pursue engineering careers. Goshen High School seniors Evan Smith and Nick
- GM to invest $1.3B in 5 factories DETROIT (AP) — Five General Motors factories in three states will soon share in a $1.3 billion investment so they can make higher-quality pickup trucks and new fuel-efficient engines and transmissions. GM says the money will go to the Flint, Mich., a
Indiana State groups affirm opposition to gay marriage ban
Indiana State University's faculty, staff and student groups have joined Indiana's growing collegiate opposition to the state's proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage.
Ind. family trying to get back dog lost in tornado
An Indiana woman whose dog vanished when a tornado hit her family's home says she can't believe the person who later adopted the lost canine from an animal shelter refuses to return him.
Pence details economic plan, biz tax cut at core
Gov. Mike Pence is talking more about his plans to bolster the state's economy.
Students use 3D printer to fix classmate's walker
Two northern Indiana high school students used their ingenuity and their school's 3D printer to fix a classmate's problematic walker.
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