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- City sets temporary parking rules Logansport officials are asking citizens to park on certain sides of streets on certain days for the time being so crews can rid roadways of snow and ice. Logansport Police Chief Mike Clark announced Tuesday that all vehicles parked on streets be mov
Board extends Logansport school days by one hour
Logansport students will have a longer school day from Feb. 17 until April 30 in an effort to make up snow days.
VIDEO: Ice jam breaks up, heads toward Carroll County
Cass County and Logansport officials are advising those who live along the
Wabash River on Wabash Avenue in Logansport to leave their homes after an ice jam forced the river to rise 8 feet overnight.
Area counties under travel restrictions
Several counties in the Logansport area are under travel advisories as this latest winter storm continues to move through.
Another winter storm on its way
The region again finds itself under a winter weather advisory and bracing for another round of winter.
UPDATED: Suspect identified in Purdue University shooting
Officials at Purdue University say one person was killed in a shooting at a campus classroom building.
- Driver in crash fell asleep at wheel A driver who fell asleep at the wheel is being blamed for a car crash around 11:10 a.m. today. Linda Hostetler, 50, Lafayette, was driving on Ind. 25 near 650 North when she fell asleep at the wheel. The vehicle she was driving traveled left of cente
- UPDATED: Traveling restrictions to scale back in Logansport Cass County scaled back to a travel watch (orange) status this afternoon, said Alvin Beckman, Cass County Emergency Management Agency director. Drivers should attempt only essential travel for emergencies or getting to and from work. The reasoning be
UPDATED: Logansport officials declare state of emergency
As of shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday, the City of Logansport was declared in a state of emergency, according to Cass highway superintendent Jeff Smith.
- Winter storm to hit Cass County Cass County is expected to receive 6 to 8 inches of snow from Saturday and Sunday, with heaviest snow fall on Sunday, said Katie Gross, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service in northern Indiana. Temperatures will dip starting Monday when
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