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  • Sherman Minton Bridge repair to require 135 work days

    Sherman Minton Bridge repair to require 135 work days
    Governor Mitch Daniels announced Tuesday the award of a $13.9 million contract to Louisville-based Hall Contracting of Kentucky for expedited repairs of the Sherman Minton Bridge. As part of its bid, Hall Contracting committed to completing the repairs...
  • First drought this year hits state crops, lawns

    First drought this year hits state crops, lawns
    Even as the heat wave subsided this week, conditions for cornfields and lawns continue to be affected by what meteorologists are calling Illinois’s first drought of the year. Two-thirds of the state is experiencing at least a severe drought, and...
  • All bundled up – in an antique parka

    Well, freeze my fanny. Isn't this why you left Indiana? Or Illinois? Or New York? So you could brag in January to the suckers up North that you're basking in the balmy weather holding a fruity drink garnished with a miniature red umbrella? I want a...
  • On the BBQ trail

    On the BBQ trail
    There's a swath of our country that's built upon the foundation of meat plus smoke plus sauce. What a beautiful formula. It's too wide of a swath, however, to cover in three days, which was the amount of time I had set for a barbecue road trip. My goal:...
  • Don Harman

    Don Harman
    Don Harman has been meteorologist for FOX 4 News from 5:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. since April 1999.  He helps Kansas Citians prepare for their day by providing accurate up-to-the-minute weather forecasts each weekday morning.  Don has more than 15 years of...
  • Winter on the southern side of Illinois

    I love the wild ruggedness of canyons, and Ghost Dance Canyon doesn't disappoint. Sure, its walls don't stretch hundreds and hundreds of feet toward the sky, like something you'll find in the southern Utah red rock country, for instance. But, while...
  • The two Madisons

    More than two dozen towns and 19 counties (plus a parish in Louisiana) share the last name of the fourth president of the United States. But with the possible exception of that county with bridges out in Iowa, none of James Madison's namesakes is as...
  • What Obama's trying (Applause) to tell union folks these days (Applause)

     
    Full text (Applause) of the Democrat's speech (Applause) to AFL-CIO, including the chants of support. (Chant. Chant)...
  • Protesters drop in on Pittsburgh for G-20 summit

     
    Even before President Obama and other world leaders arrive in Pittsburgh, protesters agitating against a variety of causes are descending on the city, site of the G-20 Summit....
  • Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers talks hunting and fishing

     
    I plucked the December/January issue of Outdoor Life from the mailbox Sunday afternoon, shortly after learning that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered what was believed to be a mild concussion in a losing effort against the Kansas...
  • Gambling to remain an issue in General Assembly

    Gambling to remain an issue in General Assembly
    The Senate passed a bill that originally would have allowed riverboat casinos on Lake Michigan and the Ohio River to move inland. That provision was removed from the bill before it passed, but the bill still would remove requirements that the...
  • Bill to move casinos inland dies

    Bill to move casinos inland dies
    Lawmakers defeated the bill Tuesday, which would have allowed casinos on Lake Michigan and the Ohio River to move to land. The bill's sponsor, Democrat Bill Crawford of Indianapolis, says he was angered that amendments to help the state's two racinos won...