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AUBURN — Learning the ropes of being a jail confinement officer is pretty much an ongoing process.
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Members of the Save the Strand: Keep the Lights On committee, from left Tom Hullinger and Diane Peachey, committee chairperson, and helper Cindy Gordon greeted movie-goers Saturday at the Strand Theat
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Marching bands reach semi-state
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KENDALLVILLE — “Hiking for Heroes, His Pack, His Boots, My Hero!” is a care-package fundraiser sponsored by Indiana Marines Family & Friends.
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KENDALLVILLE — The Kendallville Lions Club’s annual pre-election turkey dinner fundraiser will be Monday from 4:30-7:15 p.m. in the East Noble High School cafeteria.
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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. — Turnabout was fair play for the University of Saint Francis in a 38-20 shocker at NAIA No. 12-ranked Robert Morris University on a sun-bathed, windy Saturday afternoon near Chicago. USF senior quarterback Wesley Hunsucker threw four first-half touchdown passes in the first half and finished with 305 yards passing and Bradley Jarzab added a second-half TD pass for the Cougars. Hunsucker completed 86 percent of his passes connecting on 19-of-22 attempts without an interception. In the first meeting between RMU and USF at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium in 2013, the then unranked Eagles pulled out a 28-24 win over...
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MUNCIE, Ind. — The Ball State football team scored 29 unanswered points Saturday to overcome a 15-point second-quarter deficit on the way to a 35-21 victory over Akron. Scott Secor set a Scheumann Stadium record with five field goals and the Cardinals generated five turnovers for the second consecutive week. Ball State won its second straight to improve to 3-5 (2-2 Mid-American Conference), while Akron fell to 4-4 (2-2 MAC). “This was one of those days that ages you as a coach, but at least we got the result we wanted,” Ball State head coach Pete Lembo said. “I am very proud of our...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A former police officer is trading in his cuffs for a canvas. John Kiernan, a 12-year veteran of the Fairfax County Police Department in Virginia, is now a featured artist for the National Law Enforcement Memorial. First Presbyterian Church in Fort Wayne hosted the artist and his paintings in a special gallery Saturday afternoon. His paintings honor emergency responders and each one takes about 300 hours to complete. “This came very natural to me to basically paint a story, and each piece that you see here is story-based. This shows that there is more to just an officer. I think people...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Four-legged friends were getting in the Halloween spirit in Fort Wayne on Saturday. Rural King hosted a pet costume contest. NewsChannel 15’s Gina Glaros helped judged the event. An eight-year-old reindeer named Candy Cane won this year’s contest with her camp fire costume. “The idea originally came from when we were at a camp fire and we heard that this was coming up so we thought maybe we could turn it into a costume and so we could use the antlers as the sticks and it ended up working out really well,” Jirni Chripe, Candy Cane’s owner, said. Chripe said...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The Allen County Democratic Party was at Headwaters Park Saturday morning helping Hoosiers “Get out the Vote.” Notable Indiana Democrats such as Senator Joe Donnelly, Mayor Tom Henry, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz, and State Rep. Phil GiaQuinta were at the event. Indiana General Assembly candidates Jack Morris and Thad Gerardot were also there. Attendees were encouraged to vote early and help others vote early. The group walked over to the Rousseau Center to vote together. For information on voting early, click here.  
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MARTINEZ, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say a California Highway Patrol officer suspected of stealing nude and racy photos from the cellphones of women arrested on drunken driving charges sent those photos to at least two fellow officers. The Contra Costa Times reported Friday that Officer Sean Harrington confessed to investigators in what he and other officers called a game. Investigators say Harrington sent photos to fellow officers in Dublin, but learned it working in Los Angeles, and confessed to doing this half a dozen times over several years. CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow says his agency has launched an investigation, adding that the allegations...
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