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Indiana Man Kills Leopard Roaming His Property Just Outside of Louisville

According to conservation officers, an Indiana man who was surprised to find a spotted leopard roaming his property earlier last week, shot and killed the wild beast.

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Kentucky Shoppers Get Some Live Action When Deer Runs Into Store

Shoppers at a Kentucky grocery outlet got themselves a little Live Action earlier this week when a deer decided to come running into the store and stir up some excitement.

According to reports, surveillance cameras at the Kroger grocery in Newport, Kentucky captured the wild beast entering the store through the automatic doors, but once it was inside, it panicked and could not find its way out.

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Indiana Couple Having Sex In SUV Run Over Woman Who Called 911

In nature, it is wise to never mess with a wild animal in heat. Incidentally, the same philosophy applies to humans doing the nasty in public – serious injury may occur.

Just ask the 20-year-old Indiana woman who was run over by an SUV and hospitalized earlier this week, after she called the police on two people having sex in a motel parking lot.

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Will Indiana Ever Allow Sunday Beer Sales?

Sunday alcohol sales across the state of Indiana has been the subject of much controversy, mostly because liquor store owners want nothing to do with Sunday sales, and even more interesting than that, they do not want your local grocery store to be able to sell it either.

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Kentucky’s Moonshine University Teaches Students White Lighting Culture

Some Kentucky students are drunk with anticipation about the prospect of making their own moonshine. Sure, it has been sometime since hardcore drinkers were forced to resort to toilet booze as a means for combating those extremely dry days of the prohibition period, but that isn’t stopping a few select students from revisiting their white lighting heritage at the Moonshine University in Louisville.

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Indiana Farmer Loses Patent Dispute With Monsanto

The elderly, Indiana farmer that had been going toe-to-toe in a patent dispute with agriculture-giant Monsanto has officially lost his battle.

In a ruling handed down today by Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, the verdict states that a farmer cannot reproduce patented seeds through planting and harvesting without permission from the patent holder.

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Farm Animals Are Being Butchered Along the Indiana-Ohio Border

Indiana authorities say they are baffled as to what type of maniac is responsible for killing four sheep and mangling several others on farms along the Indiana-Ohio border.

Earlier this week, David and Brittany Kolb of Reilly Township found two of their horses and four of their sheep hacked up and stabbed, as well as four more sheep slaughtered to death on a stretch of pasture.

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Indiana University Re-Launches New Sex Recording App

Indiana University wants you to record your sex life, and now you can – with their free smartphone app.

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Kentucky Man High on Meth Arrested for Eating Carpet Lint

Apparently, meth can make a person crave carpet lint.

Authorities in Louisville, Kentucky say that over the weekend they arrested 50-year-old Jeffery Wagner for partaking in a carpet lint buffet in the shoe department of the Burlington Coat Factory.

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Remains Dating Back to the Ice Age Discovered in Indiana

Animal bones, possibly dating as far back as the ice age, were recently discovered beneath the Binkley Cave system in Southern Indiana.

The well-preserved collection of animal skeletons is "one of the largest and best preserved deposits of Ice Age bones yet discovered in Indiana," said Ron Richards, a chief curator at the Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis.

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