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  • Former congressman wins appeal in wetlands dispute

    A court has ruled in favor of a former Michigan congressman whose family farm has been cut off from federal crop payments since 2009 because of a two-acre wetlands dispute in Hillsdale County.

  • Officials seek $13 million needed for Indianapolis car share

    Indianapolis officials are working to shore up $13 million in funding needed to start up the BlueIndy electric car share program.

  • Actor Mark Wahlberg set to produce, and possible star in, movie about Boston Marathon bombing

    (CNN) Actor Mark Wahlberg is signed on to produce a new movie about the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. CBS films announced Tuesday that Wahlberg is among a group of men who will produce "patriot's day," based on Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis' account of the manhunt for the bombers. Wahlberg is reportedly interested in playing the role of Davis. He worked with the FBI, Watertown Police Department, Massachusetts State Police and the Boston Police Department to identify, track and arrest...

  • Businesses, performers boycott Indiana because of new law

    Businesses and organizations are canceling events and barring travel to Indiana over a religious objections law that critics say would allow discrimination against gays and lesbians. Lawmakers are working to clarify the...

  • April celebrates National Minority Health Month

    It's the first of April which means National Minority Health Month has officially kicked off. This is the 30th anniversary of the campaign so the theme for 2015 is 30 Years of Advancing Health Equity.


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