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UPDATE: Teen charged with murder in stabbing in Peru
A Peru man has been charged with murder after a Sunday morning stabbing left a 19-year-old dead.
- Police blotter: Dec. 3, 2013 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
- Colts survive challenge from Tennessee Vinatieri boots 5 field goals in Indy's victory Colts hold on By George Bremer CNHI News Service
- Pence coming to Winamac for meet and greet WINAMAC -- Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is planning to be in Winamac Tuesday for a meet and greet with local citizens, business owners and potential future public office holders. In order to best accommodate for Pence's time, organizers are striving for a
- Singing Hoosiers: Local group members return to hometown The Singing Hoosiers will soon be taking over the stage at McHale Auditorium. The 90-person choral group from Indiana University will be singing everything from modern tunes to classics to Christmas music. For three singers in the group, the performa
- Noise study could affect development near Grissom GRISSOM AIR RESERVE BASE - Air Force officials will conduct a new noise study at Grissom Air Reserve Base that could affect future land development in the area. The study will analyze the amount of air traffic at the base and the noise produced by th
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- Pioneer graduate starts lawn care business After graduating from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, Jim Roller wanted to start a business. And lawn care seemed just the thing. Roller, a 2009 Pioneer graduate who's currently employed as a manager at Chrysler in Kokomo, recently
- Logansport goes after fees in proposed power plant lawsuit Now that Logansport officials won the lawsuit filed against them by a citizen regarding the city's power plant project, what remains to be decided is whether or not the suit was frivolous and if the plaintiff should have to pay the city's legal fees.
- Police: Man stole grain from widowed farmer, goes on shopping spree PERU – A 33-year-old Peru man faces charges of theft and corrupt business influence after state police say he stole more than $63,000 worth of grain from a widowed farmer. State police started an investigation into Brent Graber after his boss, Jodi C
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