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VIDEO: Opening Day games

Homecoming Week began with Opening Day games including root beer pong, corn hold and tug-of-car competitions.



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Indiana court upholds ban on resisting police entry

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld its ruling that residents don't have the right to resist police officers who illegally enter their homes but explained further that the ruling also does not give police carte blanche to enter a home.


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Obama pushes jobs plan as help for Hispanics

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Wednesday told a black-tie Latino audience that his $447 billion package of tax cuts and public works spending would put more money in the pockets of Latino workers and business owners.



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Two beams from twin towers make up Indianapolis monument

FISHERS, Ind. — Indiana residents marked the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with prayers, touching fragments of beams recovered from the World Trade Center, and by climbing stairs like the firefighters who went up the doomed towers that day.


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9/11 remembered in worldwide ceremonies

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Ten years on from the day the 9/11 terrorist attacks changed so much for so many people, the world's leaders and millions of citizens are pausing to reflect.



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Poster sale offers high variety, low prices

Today marks the end of an annual poster sale on campus, where hundreds of students have visited throughout the week and purchased low-cost merchandise for their dorms and apartments.


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Irene, a bit weaker, begins its destructive run

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. — Hurricane Irene opened its assault on the Eastern Seaboard on Saturday by lashing the North Carolina coast with wind as strong as 115 mph and pounding shoreline homes with waves.






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