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News From Around Indiana – October 4th
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Governor Mike Pence had a brief, face-to-face chat with President Barack Obama about the governor's plan to expand Medicaid using Indiana's state-run alternative.
Haier America Selects Evansville for World-Class Tech Center
From the office of Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, the Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville and the Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana are pleased to announce Evansville will soon be home to the world’s largest manufacturer of appliances, initially …
Fire and EMS in Evansville Receive Multiple Awards
Two emergency response agencies in Evansville were recognized during an Indiana state awards presentation in Indianapolis Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. In total, four awards were presented to the Evansville Fire Department and American Medical Response of Evansville (AMR).
FBI Removes Shrunken Heads, Nazi Artifacts From Indiana Home
Shrunken heads and World War II memorabilia are just a few of the items the FBI removed last week from a rural Indiana home. Federal agents raided the house of 91-year-old Donald Miller based on suspicions of him being in possession of illegally obtained artifacts, according to reports.

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