Lead cleanup in southwest Indiana half done after a decade

2,000 additional properties still need to be cleaned up in the roughly 4.5-square-mile (nearly 12-sq. kilometer) area surrounding Evansville’s downtown. EPA officials named the area one of the most contaminated sites in the U.S. in 2004.

Equipment failure blamed for power outage

The outages were focused south of Creighton Ave., north of Tillman Road, east of Old Mill Road and west of Anthony Blvd in Fort Wayne and lasted several hours.

Indiana voter fraud panel focused on 2018

Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson said the voter fraud commission established by President Donald Trump will study election processes, mail voting and automatic voter registration.

Medical Minute – Hearing and Technology

For this week’s segment, Ted Blanford of Summit Hearing Solutions talks about how the latest technology and your cell phone can be used to overcome hearing problems.

Cubs issue World Series championship ring to Bartman

The Cubs announced Monday they were giving a ring to the fan remembered for deflecting a foul ball that appeared destined to land in left fielder Moises Alou’s glove with Chicago five outs from the World Series in 2003.

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Van Wert County to again have insurance option

Two major insurers had announced earlier this year that they would leave the exchange in 2018, leaving Ohioans in 20 counties without an option on the exchange. Paulding County could be added before late September.