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U.S., S. Korea launch war games in tense Yellow Sea

A U.S. supercarrier and South Korean destroyer took up position in the tense Yellow Sea on Sunday for joint military exercises that were a united show of force just days after a deadly North Korean artillery attack.




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Lugar opposes GOP Senate moratorium on earmarks

Republican U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar says he opposes a GOP moratorium on earmarks in the Senate because it gives the false impression that Congress is attempting to meet the public demand to reduce spending.


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Ball State celebrates dedication of A. Umit Taftali Center

Members from the Ball State University Foundation Board, faculty and students gathered in and outside the new A. Umit Taftali Center for Capital Markets and Investing at the Whitinger Business Building for a dedication ceremony Thursday.


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Ind. House speaker offers panel chairs to 2 Dems

New Republican Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma said he's serious about seeking bipartisan support in the upcoming legislative session — so serious he's offering committee chairmanships to two Democrats.  



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Countdown to budget crunch begins

Ball State President Jo Ann Gora and other top university officials are meeting with Indiana lawmakers today to ask for continued support in the face of faltering state tax revenues.


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Professor to speak on good selling methods

Professional practices and research on sales will be the topic of discussion Wednesday, in a lecture by Ramon Avila, George and Frances Ball distinguished professor of marketing and founding director of the H.H. Gregg Center for Professional Selling.


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Changes in the future for campus buildings

When on the Southside of campus many students notice the tall, dark-red brick buildings looming over them as they walk to class. These buildings— the Heating Plant and Central Chilling Plant— are two of the most important buildings on campus when it comes to students, faculty and staff comfort. Soon, the buildings will face an overhaul.


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Ohio State reopens 2 labs after bomb threat

Ohio State University reopened two labs Tuesday night that were targeted in a bomb threat that prompted the school to close four buildings, including the main library, and three streets, disrupting campus life for hundreds of students, staff and faculty.  


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Judge says St. Joseph program may violate Ind. law

A St. Joseph County program that allows some drunken drivers to avoid a conviction by using a device that prevents their car from starting if they have alcohol on their breath has been suspended after a judge said it may violate state law.  






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