Did Alexander Hamilton hold this coin?

Old inns along the Revolutionary War trails boast of George Washington sleeping there. But coin experts say they have found the first silver piece minted by the United States — one likely held by the most en vogue of Founding Fathers, Alexander Hamilton.

Maduro says he will radically overhaul Venezuela’s system

Along with the U.S., the European Union and nations including Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Spain and Britain criticized Sunday’s vote. Maduro said he had received congratulations from the governments of Cuba, Bolivia and Nicaragua, among others.

Man suspected in Indiana officer’s killing due in court

An affidavit filed Friday says Brown was “hysterical” and dangling upside down in his overturned car as Allan approached to help after Brown’s speeding car overturned.
It says Brown opened fire on Allen, who suffered 14 gunshot wounds.

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.