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Mangled metal, victims’ screams mark massive interstate pileup

Charles D. Wilson, The Associated Press
Jan 24 2014 - 3:56pm

MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. -- Cars were mangled, and some were burned despite the blowing snow. Other vehicles were crushed between jackknifed semi-tractors, so entwined that it was difficult to tell them apart.People were screaming, but emergency responders couldn't see many of them as they quickly tended the victims amid frigid conditions.

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Businesses join in fight against Indiana ban on gay marriage

Bloomberg News, Mark Niquette, Tim Jones
Jan 15 2014 - 9:09am

CHICAGO -- Indiana's debate about same-sex marriage was once all about morals. Now it's about business.Two local chambers of commerce and employers led by Cummins, the world's largest maker of big diesel engines, and Eli Lilly, the biggest U.S. maker of insulin products, gave $100,000 each to a campaign against putting a constitutional amendment...

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VIDEO: Tired of Shoveling Snow? Try a remote control snowblower

The Associated Press
Jan 10 2014 - 7:29pm

As millions of Americans face back-breaking work following this week's snow storm, an Indiana man is plowing his driveway from the comfort of his living room.

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WSU's Harper runs well at NCAA cross country nationals

Contributed, Standard-Examiner staff
Nov 23 2013 - 11:27pm

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Weber State freshman Summer Harper finished 156th at the NCAA national cross county championships on Saturday in extremely inclement running conditions in Terre Haute, Ind.The meet was run under sunny skies, but the area saw a lot of bad storms in the week leading into the meet. With mud and puddles all over the track, it was...

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VIDEO: Tired of Shoveling Snow? Try a remote control snowblower

The Associated Press
Jan 10 2014 - 7:29pm

As millions of Americans face back-breaking work following this week's snow storm, an Indiana man is plowing his driveway from the comfort of his living room.

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VIDEO: Tired of Shoveling Snow? Try a remote control snowblower

The Associated Press
Jan 10 2014 - 7:29pm

As millions of Americans face back-breaking work following this week's snow storm, an Indiana man is plowing his driveway from the comfort of his living room.

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GALLERY: Snow covers the rubble from a tornado

Snow covers a demolished house in Marysville, Ind., Monday, March 5, 2012 after a tornado ripped through the town on Friday, March 2. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

The Associated Press
Mar 5 2012 - 11:42am

Snow buries the rubble from a chain of tornadoes that hit the Midwest over the weekend. To view the images in a slideshow format please click on the large photo at the bottom of the gallery and then use the right or left arrows to navigate.

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GALLERY: Midwest tornadoes 2012

Storm clouds move over west of Palmyra, Ind.,, Friday, Mar. 2, 2012 Powerful storms stretching from the U.S. Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes in the north wrecked two small towns, killed at least three people and bred anxiety across a wide swath of the country on Friday, in the second deadly tornado outbreak this week. (AP Photo/The Courier-Journal,David Lee Hartlage)

The Associated Press
Mar 3 2012 - 5:29pm

Storms, predicted by forecasters for days, killed at least 38 people in five states -- Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, where Gov. John Kasich proclaimed an emergency. President Barack Obama offered Federal Emergency Management Agency assistance as state troopers, the National Guard and rescue teams made their way through counties cut...Storms, predicted by forecasters for days, killed at least 38 people in five states — Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.

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