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Services are set for the former longtime police chief in the southern Illinois city of Carbondale.
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At least three people were injured when an awning collapsed onto some gas pumps at a convenience store in the town of Marion.
An Elkhart-based packaging company says it has acquired a similar business based in Marion.
Funding for an expanded bus system serving the greater Indianapolis area has cleared both chambers of the Indiana General Assembly, also opening the door to the possibility of a light rail service throughout central Indiana.
The idea of "green burials" is becoming more popular, and because of this, people are more aware that it is legal to bury their loved ones on their own property.
With a six-month enrollment period ending at the end of March, the Illinois Health Insurance Marketplace has planned a month of promotional activities and Gov. Pat Quinn has issued a proclamation to support the push to sign up the uninsured.
The West Virginia Senate has approved a bill to grant teachers an across-the-board pay raise of $837.