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    • Newslink Indiana video 2006-01-18

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • An Anderson Police Department officer injured a local dog. The officer shot the dog in self-defense, after it approached him aggressively.; The Anderson Police Department arrested two residents of Anderson, Indiana for their roles in an alleged...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-01-24

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • The Delaware County Jail in Muncie, Indiana is seeking funds to fix defective doors, some of which periodically unlock on their own.; The government of Randolph County, Indiana is considering a proposal to build an annex to the Randolph County...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-02-16

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • The New Castle Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Andrew Saunders, the son of Indiana State Representative for District 54 Tom Saunders. The NCPD believes that Andrew may have been involved in a hit-and-run traffic accident that...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-01-25

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Investigators have concluded that the fire at the Advanced Magnesium Alloys Corporation in Anderson, Indiana was a case of arson.; Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has announced that it will build a new perishable food distribution center in Gas City,...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-11-17

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Lapel Senior High School in Lapel, Indiana was selected as a 2004 Indiana Best Buy by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. The report honors those Indiana high schools that are producing the greatest academic achievements per dollar of taxpayer funds....
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-08-18

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Parents of children at Morrison-Mock Elementary School voiced their concerns about the possible closing of MMES at a public forum on August 17, 2004. MMES has received the highest grades of any elementary schools administered by Muncie Community...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-08-16

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Sales have been brisk for the book version of The Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (a.k.a. The 9/11 Commission Report).; Parents of children at Morrison-Mock Elementary School will have a chance to...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-06-30

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Dr. Marlin B. Creasy, Superintendent of Muncie Community Schools, has announced revisions to MCS' plans for Claypool Elementary School and Garfield Elementary School. As recently as May 29, 2004, MCS was still considering closing both schools.;...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-02-16

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • The New Castle Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Andrew Saunders, the son of Indiana State Representative for District 54 Tom Saunders. The NCPD believes that Andrew may have been involved in a hit-and-run traffic accident that...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-03-15

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Employment rates in east-central Indiana are increasing, according to a quarterly employment survey by Manpower Inc. The fastest growing areas are construction, non-durable manufacturing and services.; The Indiana State Police will be increasing...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2006-01-19

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Some identity thieves have been rigging card slots at local gas stations and ATMs, in hopes of stealing information from customers' cards.; Indiana ranks 35th out of the 50 states in public arts funding. Some local organizations are trying to find...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2006-01-20

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Some identity thieves have been rigging card slots at local gas stations and ATMs, in hopes of stealing information from customers' cards.; Indiana ranks 35th out of the 50 states in public arts funding. Some local organizations are trying to find...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-07

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • A trailer in Pennville, Indiana caught on fire. The residents of the trailer, a mother and her children, escaped unharmed from the fire.; The Board of Commissioners of Delaware County, Indiana voted unanimously in favor of a proposal that would ban...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-02-10

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • A vehicle belonging to Tom Saunders, Indiana State Representative for District 54, may have been involved in a hit-and-run traffic accident that killed Thomas Jackman of New Castle, Indiana on February 4, 2005. The New Castle Police Department has...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-01-10

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Republican Mitch Daniels, Governor of Indiana, was inaugurated on January 10, 2005 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Thousands of people gathered at the Pepsi Coliseum on the Indiana State Fairgrounds to watch the swearing-in ceremony.; Republican Mike...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-01-14

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • A Blackford County Schools bus slipped into a ditch while attempting to drive over a flooded road. The driver and five student passengers were not injured.; A drug bust in Richmond, Indiana yielded 144 pounds of marijuana and $10,000 dollars in...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2005-01-05

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • An ice storm has struck east-central Indiana, coating many surfaces in thick sheets of ice. The storm has caused widespread power outages, road closures, and damage to trees. Many local businesses, schools, and government facilities have also...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-12-31

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Shafer Tower, a 150-foot-tall bell tower on the campus of Ball State University, was named one of the top five locations to ring in 2005, according to Verdin Company, a manufacturer of cast bells.; Allegre, a student-run restaurant at Ball State...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-10-15

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • The Delaware County Health Department is considering a county-wide smoking ban.; Some residents of Muncie, Indiana are calling for the resignation of Dr. Marlin B. Creasy, Superintendent of Muncie Community Schools. Creasy's critics believe that he...
    • Newslink Indiana video 2004-10-27

    • Television news programs; Journalism, College
    • Authorities in Indiana are struggling with how to differentiate geocaches, harmless boxes involved in high-tech games of hide-and-seek, from explosive devices.; Indiana schools are getting better at dealing with bullies, according to a school...

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