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Wednesday, June 19, 2019
THE LIMITS OF BODY CAM PROGRAM: Fatal police shooting exposes limits of South Bend's policy, technology
Left: South Bend Police Sgt. Ryan O'Neill; right: Eric J. Logan
Left: South Bend Police Sgt. Ryan O'Neill; right: Eric J. Logan

Christian Sheckler, South Bend Tribune

SOUTH BEND — The fatal shooting Sunday by a South Bend police officer was the exact type of scenario in which footage from a body-worn camera could have helped sort out the facts.


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Report: Howard County's quality of life gets failing grade: BSU ranks counties on number of factors

George Myers, Kokomo Tribune

ATTN: Clinton, Hamilton and Tipton

Howard County’s report card this spring would make any parent unhappy.


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Middletown, township moving forward with merger talks: Goal is to maintain local control over tax dollars

Ken de la Bastide, Herald Bulletin City and County Government Reporter

MIDDLETOWN – Local residents were provided with the procedures that will be used to consider merging Middletown with Fall Creek Township in Henry County.


Tuesday, June 18, 2019
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Litter law put on the books in Elkhart County: 'Our standards say we want our roadsides clean and attractive"

Aimee Ambrose, Goshen News

GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Commissioners, through a new rule, sent out a message the county won’t tolerate littering along local roads and highways.


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Community Foundation to use assessment of DeKalb County in planning for strengthening the area

Kathryn Bassett, Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly

AUBURN — The Community Foundation of DeKalb County will use the findings of a community assessment as it looks to the future.


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I&M Granger solar farm would be utility's largest and could increase electric bills

Jeff Parrott, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

ATTN: Allen

GRANGER — Indiana Michigan Power Co. plans to build a $37 million solar farm southeast of Bittersweet Road and the Indiana Toll Road, its largest in Indiana, and it will seek state approval of another rate increase to help pay for it, according to records the utility has filed with regulators.


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Baby gadgets can help parents get some needed sleep

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

A lot of babies are born in the summer. Seems to be the season many like to start families. But newborns are stressful. How about some help with that concern with these baby gadgets guaranteed to provide safety and comfort to baby, but most of all, a little more sleep for the parents.


Sunday, June 9, 2019
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