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Mildred R. Ronnfeldt, 88, originally of Clinton, Iowa, died Sept. 15, 2011, at Charlevoix Area Hospital in Charlevoix. The Rev. Jennifer Henry officiated at a memorial service at 10:30 a.m. today, Monday, Sept. 26, at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church...
Central Indiana companies have created 55 new jobs since Fox59 began the "Add One Job" campaign last Wednesday. One of the first companies to accept the challenge was Keller and Keller Law Firm in Indianapolis. tonight meet the firm and special young...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterThe long process has begun. And when it's over, possibly as early as a year from now, about 458,000 Indiana consumers receiving electrical power from Indiana Michigan Power could end up with a 22.7 percent rate increase on their electrical bill. I&M,...
Press ReleaseThe Indiana Department of Transportation will restrict Interstate 465 lanes Tuesday night on the west side of Indianapolis. The center lane of northbound Interstate 465 from the 9.4 mile marker to the 10.6 mile marker (between I-70 and Sam Jones...
Fox59Indianapolis-based WellPoint has been ordered to pay up after taking months to tell 32,000 Hoosiers about a potential security breach. Customer social security numbers, health records and other personal information was exposed online back in March of...
Elizabeth Frances Landon, 97, of Somerford Place, Hagerstown, Md., died Thursday, June 30, 2011, at her home. Born Nov. 6, 1913, in Marion Station, Md., she was the daughter of the late Edward Travis and Rose Esther Hall Landon. She was a graduate of...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — One of the premiere black events in the nation is getting under way in Indianapolis with the city's clergy pressuring street gang leaders to keep the event peaceful. Indiana Black Expo's annual Summer Celebration was set to...
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Fox59The latest jobs report released Friday showed the nation only grew by 18,000 jobs in June. That's far less than the 125,000 economist's had predicted. While Indiana's Employment Report for June hasn't come out yet, a peek inside any WorkOne Center will...
An Indiana Rail Road Company train headed to Indianapolis derailed in Bloomington. Thirty-five of the 100 train cars went off the tracks at 2:52p.m. Sunday. Part of Garrison Chapel Road in Bloomington near the tracks will remain closed for a minimum...
Fox59Crews are continuing to clean up tons of coal after a train went off the tracks in Bloomington Sunday. The Indiana Rail Road Company train was headed to Indianapolis from Sullivan County when 35 of its 100 train cars veered off the tracks near the...
Fox59The Indiana Blood Center is offering concert tickets to anyone who donates blood during the next 36 hours. The center said they are experiencing a low supply problem and warns that supplies at hospitals will be interrupted if they don't receive more...
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