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New laws to ease doctor shortage see long delays, criticism

There are more than 6,200 places nationwide with a shortage of primary care physicians, ranging from urban neighborhoods to entire rural counties, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Study finds Indiana tax caps hit older cities hardest

Reports released by the nonpartisan Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute found that the caps implemented in 2009 have saved taxpayers money but that some of the state’s largest cities have taken financial hits.

Trader Thomas Kay, center, works with colleagues at their booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. Stocks are sharply lower in midday trading, led by more declines in energy and materials stocks as prices for oil and other commodities slide. (AP Photo/Richard Drew))

Stocks around the world fall as investors fear slide in oil

Investors worry the sharp fall in the price of oil and other commodities is a sign of weakness in the global economy, especially China, and that will cut into profits at big energy producers and suppliers of raw materials as well as other companies.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during a campaign event at Clark Atlanta University Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Clinton vows to defeat Islamic State if elected

Clinton has sought to offer an extensive plan to dismantle the terrorist group from the air, ground and online, and plans to outline her strategy for homeland security next week.

Car accident causes more than a thousand customers to lose power.

Power restored after SUV crash

Power has been restored after a small SUV knocked down a pole on Lower Huntington Road. The driver had minor injuries.


Pacers Assign Joe Young To Fort Wayne

The Indiana Pacers announced Friday night they have assigned 6-1 guard Joe Young to their affiliate in the NBA’s Development League, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.