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The owner of Detroit's blighted Packard car plant complex says his redevelopment efforts have been delayed by a dispute with an ex-owner.
An Oxford County man involved in a weekend standoff with police has been charged with two misdemeanor offenses.
A Peru man is facing charges after a more than four-hour standoff at his home.
Snowfall amounts across Indiana range from nearly 9 inches in northwestern Indiana to 1.7 inches at the National Weather Service office in Indianapolis.
When it comes to trade across borders, the more things change, the more they remain the same.
Some residents of a northern Indiana city are worried that a planned bridge rehab project will mean the loss of some sycamore trees planted in the 1950s to honor World War II veterans.
The Siemens Wind company said it likely will add 30 new jobs at its Hutchinson plant to accommodate an order for 64 of its 3.0-megawatt direct-drive turbines for a wind farm in North Dakota.
While security has tightened at the U.S. border, drug smugglers are increasingly turning to the high seas.
Earlier this month, Mark Amero flew to Peru, hoping to make a difference in the lives of orphaned children.