| Jun 30, 2011
| 12:41 PM
CHICAGO -- Corn farmers were unable to plant on soggy or flooded fields from Arkansas to North Dakota this year, signaling tighter grain stockpiles even after rising demand for livestock feed and ethanol sent prices surging.
The Department of Agriculture...
| Oct 18, 2011
| 9:19 AM
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...
| Oct 25, 2011
| 8:02 AM
Founded in 1911, the Washington County Historical Society was guided by the steady hands of its first president, Harvey S. Bomberger, until his health began to fail in 1936.
During those 25 years, the organization worked diligently to save Fort...
| Nov 7, 2011
Facing a deadline to stop dumping toxic coal ash into Lake Michigan, owners of the last coal-powered steamship on the Great Lakes are pushing for it to join Mount Vernon, Lincoln's Tomb and Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthplace as a protected national...
| Sep 4, 2011
| 7:32 PM
Jobs, jobs, jobs.
In today’s struggling economy, jobs are paramount on the minds of families, employers and economists.
While hit by the economy like the rest of the country, West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle seems to have weathered a lot of...
| Jul 27, 2011
| 10:27 AM
NEW YORK -- The massive heat wave that baked half the country in triple digit heat indexes last week may have caused as many as 64 deaths in 15 states, the National Weather Service said late on Tuesday.
Forecasters said the area still suffering from...
| Sep 23, 2011
| 9:58 AM
Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Commissioner Michael B. Cline said today the agency has learned enough in its ongoing testing and assessment of the Sherman-Minton Bridge to rule out that a full replacement of the bridge will be needed. ...
| Mar 16, 2011
| 5:37 PM
In the beginning, it was only rain — and rain happens all the time.
But, 75 years ago, Mother Nature turned water into a malicious mad dog.
In Williamsport, it ripped away buildings, destroyed bridges and sent people scrambling to the second...
| Nov 14, 2011
| 7:47 PM
SOUTH BEND - A southern Indiana teenager serving life in prison without parole for killing his little brother has appealed the case to the Indiana Supreme Court, asking for a lighter sentence.
On Monday, the justices heard arguments related to Andrew...
| Nov 19, 2011
| 6:19 PM
A weak cold front will move through Central Indiana on Sunday morning. This boundary will lift the atmosphere but there just isn't a ton of moisture to tap into locally. This means that if it does produce some rain showers, the rain will be light and...
| Nov 20, 2011
| 3:55 PM
Temperatures fell throughout the day today and this was due to a slow moving cold front that passed through the area early this morning. We actually started the day with temperatures near 60 F and by 6 PM, temperatures were only in the upper 40s. The...
| Nov 21, 2011
| 9:43 AM
Turkey day is now within reach and many of us will be loading up the family in our car to head to the big feast. And it looks like we are really lucking out in the weather department. First, let's look back at what happened last year.
Most traveling by...