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  • Hourly employees at Purdue oppose changes in leave policy

    Some hourly employees say Purdue University's proposed changes that would consolidate leave policy would eliminate the payout of unused vacation and sick days they historically banked for retirement.

  • Hesburgh remembered for civil rights contributions

    Civil Rights Professor Jennifer Mason McAward reads words written by Father Hesburgh during his time on the National Civil Rights Commission.
    "This - race discrimination - is one problem that needs more than money. Basically, it needs the conviction of every American of every walk of life in every corner of America." she said.
    Those ideas formed the basis for several pieces of civil rights legislation in the 1960s.

  • GE to demolish 1 of 13 vacant buildings on Fort Wayne campus

    General Electric plans to demolish a vacant building on its 32-acre Fort Wayne campus but is unsure what it will do with the other 12 buildings or the iconic lighted sign atop one of them.

  • 2 counties say no taxpayer money at risk in Toll Road bid

    Officials from two northwest Indiana counties say their plan lease to lease the Indiana Toll Road would bring in payments of $5 million a year and taxpayers would not be financially liable if revenues do not live up to...

  • Man struck, killed while helping relative stopped along road

    A 35-year-old man who stopped to help a relative with car trouble along a western Michigan road has been struck and killed by another vehicle.

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