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4 nabbed for alleged thefts in Indiana disaster areas

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. - Indiana State Police said officers have arrested four southern Indiana residents for allegedly looting scrap metal from tornado disaster areas in southern Indiana's Clark and Washington counties.


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Benedict arrives in Cuba as 'pilgrim of charity'

SANTIAGO, Cuba - Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cuba on Monday in the footsteps of his more famous predecessor, saying he holds great affection for Cubans on both sides of the Florida Straits and heartfelt hopes for reconciliation.



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Tougher Indiana school takeover rules on hold

INDIANAPOLIS - New rules proposed by the Indiana Board of Education that could greatly expand the number of public schools subject to state takeover have been shelved until state legislators can examine them more closely.


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PHOTO GALLERY: Muncie Gras 2012

Throngs of people came downtown on Saturday for the 11th annual Muncie Gras, including new attraction such as human bowling and bungee jumping.


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PHOTO GALLERY: Muncie Gras 2012

Throngs of people came downtown on Saturday for the 11th annual Muncie Gras, including new attraction such as human bowling and bungee jumping.


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A letter defending Tyler Sanders

I am writing to defend Tyler Sanders, the incoming secretary of justice of the Student Government Association, against the unfair and anonymous criticism he received in last week's article about the new SGA cabinet.




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Muncie Gras zipline canceled

Muncie Downtown Development Partnership announced Friday that the zipline scheduled for Muncie Gras has been canceled.


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New SGA leadership chooses cabinet members

Only a third of the members of this year's Student Government Association executive cabinet were a part of the organization before accepting their leadership roles, making this year's SGA executive leadership one of the youngest in terms of SGA seniority.






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