Gordon H. Chang's "Ghosts of Gold Mountain" recalls the contribution 19th-century Chinese immigrants made to the American economy. [Read More]
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Standing side by side, a crowd gathered on Ball State's campus to remember and reflect on the lives of 31 people killed in mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso. [Read More]
Marc Farrer, the former Pendleton Police Department chief who was fired by the town in January because of some of his Facebook posts, was reinstated Thursday. [Read More]
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The City of Brazil has registered nearly 100 golf carts and certain off-road side by side (SxS) vehicles since the ordinance passed in February. But not all of those vehicles belong to city... [Read More]
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North Clay Middle School teachers and staff received a sweet welcome on Monday with cupcakes and balloons. Chris Ross, the new principal at NCMS, said it was a way to show appreciation as they return... [Read More]
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Delores Thomas, 89, of Brazil, passed away August 7, 2019 at 5:54am at Cloverleaf Healthcare. She was born May 11, 1930 in Center Point, the daughter of Clyde Brown and Pauline Knox Brown. She... [Read More]
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On Sunday evening two people were picked up and charged with illegal possession of drugs in Parke County. At approximately 6:11 p.m., Parke County deputies stopped a vehicle at the intersection of... [Read More]
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Joseph E. Booe, 73, of Clay City, Indiana passed away unexpectedly on August 8, 2019 at his home. Joe was born in Spencer, Indiana on April 3, 1946, the son of Donald and Vallie (McGinnis) Booe. He... [Read More]
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Local photographer Steven King spent the first day of school out with his camera. Please enjoy these photos. [Read More]
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The Clay City Calico Quilters will meet Aug. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Pizza Gallery in Clay City. Election of officers will be held and program planning will be decided for the upcoming year. Everyone is... [Read More]
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The annual National Night Out event took place at the Cow Palace in Forest Park Tuesday. [Read More]
Plans to rezone a plot of land near Murfreesboro's Cason Trail are drawing concern from neighbors who live nearby. [Read More]
An interstate sign fell on the road in Murfreesboro, blocking all eastbound lanes. [Read More]
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Daniel Jones looked impressive in his New York Giants debut vs. the Jets. Fans cheered him and booed the Eli Manning-led offense. [Read More]
Houston Public Media provides informative, thought-provoking and entertaining content through a multi-media platform that includes TV 8, News 88.7 and HPM Classical and reaches a combined weekly audience of more than 1.5 million. [Read More]
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Asian markets gained in early trading Friday after encouraging economic news from Japan and China. [Read More]
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More than 500,000 Rohingyas from Myanmar were jointly registered by the Bangladesh authorities and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency as of Wednesday. For most of these Rohingyas, it is the first time they have a proof of their identity, a secure identity card. The biometric, fraud-proof... [Read More]
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Though the government has cancelled the Eid leave of health officials, the dengue patients undergoing treatment in city hospitals await greater hazards as there will be a lack of necessary doctors during the Eid vacation. Despite the cancellation of leave, the city hospitals... [Read More]
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The sheriff's office is looking for a man who allegedly entered a Baton Rouge home while the residents were asleep, laid down in their bedroom and exposed his genitalia. [Read More]
Police are looking for the man who allegedly raped a 19-year-old woman by the East 96th Street subway station. NBC 4 New York's Marc Santia reports. [Read More]