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  • IN Lawmakers approve a bill allowing "Safe Haven Boxes"

    Indiana lawmakers approve a bill that would allow certain facilities to install metal boxes so parents can surrender their newborns anonymously without risking prosecution as long as the child isn't harmed.

  • Body Bags are made bigger because of obesity

    Morbid obesity in America is leading to a morbid end-of-life problem for coroners across the country. With more than one third of U.S. adults overweight, standard body bags are too often too small to do the job, and it's one unexpected growing cost associated with ever-growing waistlines.Mark Stratmoen, a Fremont County Coroner in Wyoming says he's having to deal with larger and larger people. Because the coroner handles more obese people, they've had to upgrade to larger body bags. "It's not...

  • Department of Homeland Security confirms ISIS-related arrests

    The department of homeland security confirms that an ISIS-related arrest at the Ronald Reagan Parkway in Plainfield, Indiana. 

  • Palisades nuclear plant's safety rating to be downgraded

    COVERT TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- Federal regulators say the safety rating for Palisades nuclear power plant in southwestern Michigan will be downgraded following a violation related to how some workers' radiation doses were monitored and calculated.

  • Indiana Baby Box could strengthen safe haven law

    Indiana's "Safe Haven Law" allows parents to legally and confidentially give up their newborns at fire stations, police departments and hospitals. Now, that law moves a step closer to potentially saving even more young lives.It's all because a day old child was found dead near Eagle Creek in December. For that reason and so many others, Indiana passed the "Safe Haven Law" 15 years ago, allowing an adult to give custody of a newborn to any hospital emergency room, police or fire department. In...

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