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Tillerson, Mattis say military option on table

This follows comments from President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon who said on Wednesday that there’s no military solution to the North Korean threat because of the risk posed by its conventional forces arrayed against South Korea.

Hospital in drug-troubled Indiana county starting detox unit

Fayette Regional Hospital in Connersville says the 46-bed unit will provide treatment for about a week for patients with severe intoxication or withdrawal problems and mental health disorders. The unit is meant to stabilize the patient before moving to another treatment program.

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Doctors treat central Indiana toddler with Narcan after OD

The boy’s mother told police she had found him near her bedroom “with a piece of plastic that had a powdery substance in it” in his mouth. A member of the woman’s extended family took the boy to a hospital over her objections.

Indiana man gets 75 years for food delivery driver’s slaying

Peter Hutchings Jr. was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to murder in the November 2015 killing of 27-year old Mark Miller. He was sentenced to 55 years for the murder, with an additional 20-year sentence for a habitual offender enhancement.

Poll: Support for charters drops markedly over past year

Trump campaigned on a promise to dramatically improve school choice — charter schools and private school voucher programs — and his Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has made it a priority. But so far the message doesn’t appear to have hit home with the public.

Student leaders say campuses should be safe

It expresses support for University of Virginia students in Charlottesville, where a driver is accused of slamming into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally. One woman died.

Guam sees North Korea tensions as easing

North Korea’s state news agency KCNA reported earlier in the day that leader Kim Jong Un had examined plans for a launch. It quoted Kim as saying he would watch what he called the “foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees” a little more before deciding whether to order a test.

2 held in Indiana, face murder charge in Iowa woman’s death

Authorities on Monday said they have charged 25-year-old Phillip Anthony Williams, of Lafayette, Indiana, and 26-year-old Mackenzie Lee Knigge, of Clare, with first-degree murder in the death of Jessica Gomez. Williams and Knigge were being held at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office in Lafayette.