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What Are Indiana’s Hottest Jobs?
Indiana residents may want to consider saving lives, unclogging toilets or becoming professional drug dealers (more commonly referred to as pharmacists) if they want to land a career with the most opportunity, according to the latest Hoosier Hot 50 Jobs list...
Newburgh Man Arrested After Illegally Killing an Albino Deer
The Department of Natural Resources says that a Newburgh man is now facing criminal charges for deer poaching after he allegedly shot a rare albino deer earlier this week in a populated neighborhood.
According to a report by conservation officer Mike Kellner, Donald Kenny II, 28, was witnessed shooti…
Breaking News: Peabody Energy Closes Southern Illinois Mine
Peabody Energy announced Tuesday that it will permanently shut down the Willow Lake mine in Southern Illinois due to unacceptable safety standards, compliance and overall operating performance.
According to a press release issued by the company on Tuesday, “these ongoing issues make the operati…
Kentucky Says Quit Buying Lottery Tickets for Your Kids
The Kentucky Lottery would like to remind you that you are turning your kids into a bunch of degenerate gamblers this holiday season.
At least that is what some officials seem to think. The Kentucky lottery board recently implemented a new, statewide gambling initiative aimed at educating parents abo…
Evansville Man Travels 862 Miles to Feed Hurricane Sandy Victims
An Evansville man has literally gone miles out of his way to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy – about 862 miles to be more precise.
Stan Gregory, 57, made the decision to help the citizens of Little Ferry, New Jersey after seeing the aftermath of the destructive hurricane that pushed through…
New Study Indicates That Indiana Is Getting Poorer
The state of Indiana is getting poorer, according to the latest report by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
A recent study indicates that here in Indiana, the bridge between wealthy and poor has significantly widened over recent years, with 5 percent of Indiana’s richest hou…

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